2016, Vol. 3, Issue 5, Part D
A comparative study of problem solving skills in elite and sub-elite playersAuthor(s):
Karmishtha Shambharkar and CD AgasheAbstract:
The objective of the present study was to compare problem solving ability of elite and sub-elite players. To conduct the study, 50 elite male players from various sports (Ave. age 26.50 years) were selected as sample. The selection of elite male players were done from only those sportspersons who took part in national level individual and team events as well as who came in first four positions in these event. To fulfil the objectives of the study, 50 intercollegiate male sportspersons (Average age 21.09 years) from various sports events were also selected as sample and termed as sub-elite players. Purposive sampling was used for selection of subjects. Hindi version of problem solving ability scale prepared by Sharmila and Naga Subramani (2011) was used to assess problem solving ability of elite and sub-elite male players. Results indicate that problem solving ability in elite male players was found to be significantly superior as compared to sub elite male players. It was concluded that elite players are more adept at solving on and off the court problem as compared to sub-elite players.Pages: 190-191 | 1305 Views 17 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Karmishtha Shambharkar, CD Agashe. A comparative study of problem solving skills in elite and sub-elite players. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2016;3(5):190-191.