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"International Journal of Physical Education, Sports and Health"

2018, Vol. 5, Issue 1, Part C

An investigation on relationship between physical performance and emotional intelligence in male adolescents


Author(s): Ramesh Naik K, Dr. Gajanana Prabhu B and Udaya Kumar

Abstract: Hand grip strength testing is widely used because of its fear ability and economy. Physically active child demonstrates higher physical, mental and emotional effectives are compared to its inactive counterpart. (Jonatan R, et al., (2010) [3]. Emotional intelligence is most essential during adolescence. Dealing with outside world needs lot of temperament and emotional stability. an individual or usually judge by the way of emotional expression. Experiences in sports and allied activities give ample opportunity to stabilise personality. There are plenty of channels to exhibit emotions and gain control over them in sports. (Fazadkhodamoradi, et al., (2015) [1] The period of adolescence is known as period of emotional disturbances with various types of tensions, uncertainties, failures and frustrations, which may be dealt more effectively through proper direction and guidance by utilizing the emotional intelligence as an aid. Adolescents who are academically brilliant may sometimes be socially and interpersonally inept. This paper is an attempt to explore the influence of physical performance on Emotional intelligence. To achieve the purpose of the study necessary data was collected from 635 subjects of high schools in Karnataka during 2016-17. Hand grip strength was used as a proxy for physical performance among school students. Standardized paper pencil tests were used to assess Emotional intelligence. Apart from descriptive statistics Pearson product moment correlation coefficient was calculated using SPSS. The findings are discussed in detail. On the basis of the results of the present study it has been concluded that there was significantly positive linear relationship of handgrip strength with Emotional intelligence in adolescent boys of Karnataka.

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How to cite this article:
Ramesh Naik K, Dr. Gajanana Prabhu B, Udaya Kumar. An investigation on relationship between physical performance and emotional intelligence in male adolescents. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2018;5(1):158-160.
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