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"International Journal of Physical Education, Sports and Health"

2022, Vol. 9, Issue 5, Part C

Psychological resilience as catalyzer to football performance


Author(s): Singh Amrita and Roy Satyajeet

Abstract: The study sought to examine how psychological resilience of adult male undergraduate college footballers affects their game performances. The sample consisted of 30 medalists and 30 non-medalists, altogether 60 undergraduate male football players aged between 18-21 years with Mean age of 19.5 years. Their resilience levels had been assessed through Amat et al. (2014) Short Scale of Resilience, and football performances evaluated through field observations by tree independent football couches. Results indicated significantly higher levels of resilience among medalists compared to their non-medalist counterpart. Findings highlight the need for mandatory resilience training to sports persons for their excellence in team games, athletics and health perspectives.

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Singh Amrita, Roy Satyajeet. Psychological resilience as catalyzer to football performance. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2022;9(5):171-173.
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