2016, Vol. 3, Issue 5, Part F
Relationship study on intelligence with psychomotor ability on school going girlsAuthor(s):
Moumita Mitra, Bapi Das and Dr. Amit Kumar BanerjeeAbstract:
Psychomotor ability is one of the importance fitness variables that are defined as the quality of being suitable to perform a particular task. Many different skills and activities require the development of psychomotor abilities. For that purpose of the study was to determine the relationship observe on selected psychomotor ability with general Intelligence among the school going girls. Sixty (60) female students were randomly selected from the one school of Bongaon sub division of North 24 pgs Districts of West Bengal. The age ranged of the subjects are 12-15 years. Kinesthetic perception were measured by Depth perception jump in cm, Static balance was measured by Stork Stand Test in seconds, reaction time were measured by Nelson speed reaction movement in cm and measure Intelligence level through Bengali version standardized questioner prepared by late Prof. Durgadas Bhatterjee will be used in points scoring. Mean and S.D. were used as descriptive statistics. Coefficient of correlation was calculated for analysis, interpretation and discussion. A statistical calculation was conducted through SPSS 20 version and Excel Spread Sheet of Windows version 7 was used as statistical software. Statistical significance was fixed at 0.05% level of confidence. At the end of the result shows that there was no significantly relationship between the Intelligence and selected psychomotor ability of the school going girls.Pages: 343-344 | 1118 Views 15 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Moumita Mitra, Bapi Das, Dr. Amit Kumar Banerjee. Relationship study on intelligence with psychomotor ability on school going girls. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2016;3(5):343-344.