2016, Vol. 3, Issue 1, Part F
A study of incentive motivation between high and low performing volleyball teamsAuthor(s):
Deepti Arya, Sandeep KumarAbstract:
The purpose of the study was to compare the incentive motivation between high and low performing volleyball teams. By applying purposive sampling total of 72 (Seventy two) women volleyballers, out of which 36 were selected from the first three ranking teams whereas remaining 36 were selected from the low ranking teams who were participated in senior national volleyball championship held at Teerthanker Mahaveer University, Moradabad in the year 2014 were selected as subjects. Excellence, power, sensation, independence, success, aggression, affiliation were selected as variables for the study. Data was collected by using Incentive Motivation Inventory by Alderman, R. B. & Wood, N. L. (1976) that has seven sub scales (excellence, power, stress, independence, success, aggression, and affiliation).The statistical techniques employed were descriptive statistics and independent ‘t’ test. Significant difference between high and low performer in case of aggression and affiliation as calculated value was greater than that of tabulated value at .05 level of significance, while insignificant difference was found in remaining variables namely excellence, power, sensation, independence and success as calculated value was less than that of tabulated value at .05 level of significance For testing the hypothesis the level of significance was set as .05.Pages: 388-390 | 1274 Views 30 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Deepti Arya, Sandeep Kumar. A study of incentive motivation between high and low performing volleyball teams. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2016;3(1):388-390.