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2021, Vol. 8, Issue 5, Part D

A study on unplanned hostile aggression in national female hockey players of gold, silver and bronze medal Winning teams


Author(s): Gyanendra Bhai and Dr. Vijay Kumar Chaurasiya

Abstract:
Unplanned hostile aggression is the result of an intense emotional state and it is impulsive as compared to facilitative aggression to achieve goals. The present study analysed unplanned hostile aggression in national female hockey players from gold, silver and bronze medal-winning teams. 32 female hockey players from gold medal-winning teams, 28 female hockey players from silver medal-winning teams and 30 female hockey players from bronze medal-winning teams were selected as samples. The average age of these female hockey players was 24.11 years. Purposive sampling was used to select these female hockey players. The magnitude of unplanned hostile aggression in selected national female hockey players was assessed by an inventory of Sultania (2006). It was found that the hostile aggression in bronze medal winner female hockey players was significantly higher as compared to gold medal winner female hockey players. Similarly, the hostile aggression in silver medal winner female hockey players was significantly higher as compared to gold medal winner female hockey players. No significant difference was observed in hostile aggression between silver and bronze medal winner female hockey players. It was concluded that the gold medal winner female hockey players possess a unique ability to control their emotional outburst in a more meaningful way and thereby the magnitude of hostile aggression in them is lower as compared to silver and bronze medal winner female hockey players.

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How to cite this article:
Gyanendra Bhai, Dr. Vijay Kumar Chaurasiya. A study on unplanned hostile aggression in national female hockey players of gold, silver and bronze medal Winning teams. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2021;8(5):240-242.

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