2020, Vol. 7, Issue 1, Part C
Evaluation of frustration tolerance capacity among female intercollegiate athletes based on neuroticism personality traitAuthor(s):
Dr. Durgeshnandini TitarmareAbstract:
The aim of the present study is to find out the effect of neuroticism personality trait on frustration tolerance capacity of female intercollegiate athletes. In the present study, 70 intercollegiate female track and field athletes (Average age 22.18 years) were selected. Frustration tolerance in selected athletes was assessed with the help of a scale prepared by Dixit and Shrivastav (2011) and neuroticism personality trait was assessed with the help of Hindi version of PEN inventory prepared by Menon (1978). The low, average and high neuroticism category was formed by Q1 and Q3 technique. To compare frustration tolerance capacity of high, low and average neurotic female track and field athletes, One Way ANOVA was used. The results indicate that the frustration tolerance in female athletes with low neuroticism was significantly superior as compared to frustration tolerance in female athletes placed in high and moderately neurotic intercollegiate female athletes. Based on results it was concluded that the frustration tolerance is largely dependent upon female athletes emotional stability.Pages: 184-186 | 316 Views 9 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Dr. Durgeshnandini Titarmare. Evaluation of frustration tolerance capacity among female intercollegiate athletes based on neuroticism personality trait. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2020;7(1):184-186.