2017, Vol. 4, Issue 1, Part E
Personality dynamics of badminton skill: A correlational studyAuthor(s):
Dr. Durgeshnandini TitarmareAbstract:
The personality dynamics of badminton skill was assessed in the present research work. To conduct the study 50 intercollegiate male badminton players from Maharashtra with an average age of 22.16 years were selected as sample. Hindi version of Eysenck’s PEN inventory prepared by Menon et al. (1978) was used. This inventory measures Psychoticism (P), Extraversion (E) and Neuroticism (N) by a questionnaire method. The test-retest reliability coefficients have been found as 0.630, 0.888, 0.687 and 0.337 for P, E, N and L scales respectively. The authors of this Hindi PEN also attempted to estimate its correlation with the English PEN and found that the coefficients were fairly high. The Miller Wall Volley Test was used to assess basic badminton skill of selected male badminton players. Results reveal that psychoticism and neuroticism were strongly associated with badminton skill of male intercollegiate players. The results emphasized the role of personality dynamics in badminton skills of male intercollegiate players.Pages: 298-300 | 333 Views 2 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Dr. Durgeshnandini Titarmare. Personality dynamics of badminton skill: A correlational study. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2017;4(1):298-300.