2019, Vol. 6, Issue 1, Part C
A comparative evaluation of social intelligence among male cricket players on the basis of their competitive achievementAuthor(s):
Dr. Durgeshnandini TitarmareAbstract:
Social intelligence in male cricket players was evaluated in this study based on competitive achievement. To conduct the study, 50 national/interuniversity male cricket players (Ave. age 26.11 years), 49 state-level male cricket players (Average age 27.11 years) and 40 district level male cricket players were selected as sample. To assess the social intelligence of selected male cricket players, social intelligence scale prepared by Chadha and Ganeshan (1986) was used. The statistical tool One Way ANOVA was used for the analysis of data. Results reveal a significant difference in the social intelligence of male cricket players based on their competitive achievement. Least Significant Difference method of analysis also reveals that social intelligence in national male cricket players was significantly superior as compared to district-level male cricket players. The social intelligence of state-level male cricket players was significantly better as compared to district-level male cricket players. It was also found that social intelligence of national and state-level male cricket players was somewhat equal. It was concluded that modern cricket requires male cricket players to be socially intelligent for competitive achievement.Pages: 168-170 | 457 Views 37 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Dr. Durgeshnandini Titarmare. A comparative evaluation of social intelligence among male cricket players on the basis of their competitive achievement. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2019;6(1):168-170.