2022, Vol. 9, Issue 6, Part A
Effect of reasoning ability on motor coordinative ability if tribal adolescent girlsAuthor(s):
Dr. Arun Kumar NayakAbstract:
The present study assessed the motor coordinative ability of tribal adolescent girls in the light of their reasoning ability. To conduct the study, 30 tribal adolescent girls residing in the State of Chhattisgarh, were selected as sample. The age range of the selected subjects was between 12 to 17 years. To assess motor coordinative ability, i.e. agility of the tribal adolescent girls, Cooper’s JCR test (1947) was used. To measure reasoning ability, Mehrotras (1984) Mixed Type Group Test of Intelligence (MGTI) was used. Results indicate that the motor coordinative ability of tribal adolescent girls with high reasoning ability is significantly better than the tribal adolescent girls with low level of reasoning ability. It was concluded that reasoning ability is a significant predictor of motor coordinative ability as far as tribal adolescent girls are concerned.Pages: 19-20 | 60 Views 4 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Dr. Arun Kumar Nayak. Effect of reasoning ability on motor coordinative ability if tribal adolescent girls. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2022;9(6):19-20.