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2023, Vol. 10, Issue 2, Part A

A comparative study on depression, anxiety and stress among different level of professional badminton players of Madhya Pradesh


Author(s): Mahendra Parmar, Dr. Shrikant and Dr. KK Sahu

Abstract:
Introduction: Depression, anxiety, and stress are the most explored subjects in sports psychology. Various research looked into DAS and its levels in various subjects, games, and sports. We investigated the DAS among different levels of professional badminton players in this study.
Aim of Study: The aim of the study is to assess depression, anxiety and stress among professional Badminton players, who represent the state in national tournaments.
Material and Methods: For this study the researcher selects thirty (30) players from each group i.e., senior, junior and sub-junior level of Madhya Pradesh. Total no of subject is ninety (N=90). For the current study equal number of subjects were selected randomly from three groups of badminton players. Depression Anxiety and Stress scale (DASS) was used to measure the negative emotional states of depression, anxiety and stress. The descriptive statistics and analysis of variance (One-way Anova) was used for comparing means and for further analysis of data LSD as POST HOC test was used. For this study level of significance was set at 0.05.
Results: The mean and standard deviation of three levels of Badminton players, for Depression 12.73±3.81, 16.33±6.74, and 18.93±8.89, for Anxiety are 14.70±4.97, 17.87±6.65, and 21.10±7.96, and for Stress are 14.67±4.60, 16.40±5.65, and 21.17±7.43 respectively. F- value is statistically significant as calculated F-values for Depression (F=6.27; 2,87 df) > tabulated F-value (F=3.09; 2,87 df), for Anxiety (F=6.96; 2,87 df) > tabulated F value (F=3.09; 2,87 df) and for Stress (F=9.42; 2,87 df) > tabulated F-value (F=3.09; 2,87 df). Post hoc test result reveals that there was significant difference found in between senior and junior level, senior and sub-junior level Badminton players depression, and in between senior and sub-junior level Badminton players anxiety, and in between senior and sub-junior level, junior and sub-junior level Badminton players’ stress.
Conclusions: There was no significant difference found in between junior and sub-junior level Badminton players depression, and in between senior and junior, junior and sub-junior level Badminton players anxiety, and in between senior and junior level Badminton players’ stress.


DOI: 10.22271/kheljournal.2023.v10.i2a.2823

Pages: 13-17  |  323 Views  123 Downloads

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Mahendra Parmar, Dr. Shrikant, Dr. KK Sahu. A comparative study on depression, anxiety and stress among different level of professional badminton players of Madhya Pradesh. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2023;10(2):13-17. DOI: https://doi.org/10.22271/kheljournal.2023.v10.i2a.2823

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