2017, Vol. 4, Issue 6, Part A
Reaction time on various physical education college of inter collegiate men hockey playersAuthor(s):
Dr. M RamajayamAbstract:
Reaction time is the ability to respond quickly with proper posture and control to a stimulus such as sound or sight. In many instances, quickness is more important than straight ahead speed. To achieve the purpose of the present study seventy two subjects were selected various physical education colleges from Tamil Nadu from Selvam college of physical education, YMCA college of physical education, Ramakrishna mission Vidyalaya Maruthi College of physical education, Tamil Nadu Physical Education Sports University, Tamil Nadu. Hockey Inter collegiate tournaments held at Maruthi College of physical education during September- 2017. Each college eighteen players were selected. Their age ranged from 21 to 25 years. The selected criterion variable reaction time was tested using the chronoscope (reaction timer) apparatus, The procedure was repeated for three times and three readings which appeared on the display were noted. The least reading of the three was taken as subject’s best reaction time and was recorded in the subject’s record profile. The inter stimulus interval was randomly adjusted between 5-10 seconds. The same procedure was followed for determination of visual reaction time (in m sec) for Red and Green stimuli using both hands. The data were collected and treated with ANOVA. If obtained ‘F’ ratio was significant scheffe’s post hoc test was used to find out the paired mean difference. The level of confidence was fixed at 0.05. The results shows that there is significant difference among the inter collegiate men players of reaction time. The Maruthi College of physical education men hockey players better reaction time compared with TNPESU, SELVAM and YMCA college.Pages: 29-31 | 949 Views 37 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Dr. M Ramajayam. Reaction time on various physical education college of inter collegiate men hockey players. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2017;4(6):29-31.