Official Journal of Physical Education Foundation of India.
Volume 10, Issue 2, Year 2021
Articles

To Examine the Relationship between Selected Variables of Psychological Skills Training Program among the Archery Performance of National Level Archery Players of Chandigarh India

Ravinder Kumar
Research Scholar, Department of Health, Physical Education and Sports Sciences Jammu and Kashmir 185203.

Published 2021-12-22

Keywords

  • Psychological skills training program,
  • Arousal regulation,
  • Goal setting,
  • Imagery,
  • Attention,
  • Motivation,
  • Self-Awareness and Self-Confidence
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How to Cite

Kumar, R. (2021). To Examine the Relationship between Selected Variables of Psychological Skills Training Program among the Archery Performance of National Level Archery Players of Chandigarh India. International Journal of Physical Education, Health & Sports Sciences, 10(2), 33-42. Retrieved from https://pefijournal.org/index.php/ijpehss/article/view/70

Abstract

Research scholar has selected the topic with the purpose to examine the relationship between selected variables of psychological skill training program on archery performance of National level archery players. For the purpose of present study, the random sampling method was used to select the archers as the subject. Keeping in view the purpose of the study, 07 National level archery players of Chandigarh were randomly selected, the age of subjects ranging between 15 > 30 years. All subjects participated in State, National, All India Inter University level Competition, and belong to Archery academy named “Guru ki Mehar” which is located in sector 39, Chandigarh. Standardized. Psychological skills assessment scale (PSAS), test the Arousal regulation, Goal setting, Imagery, Attention, Motivation, Self-Awareness and Self-Confidence of the Archers. The level of significance was set at 0.05 in order to check the significance of the calculated correlation. Results: The results showed that selected psychological skills training program variables namely Goal Setting between Self – Confidence were found (r =.981** (ρ < 0.01) which was positive relationship there was significant correlation at the 0.05 levels. Other hand side correlation between variable namely Arousal regulation with Goal Setting, Motivation, Attention, Imagery and Self – Awareness was found weak relationship (ρ > 0.05) there was not a significant correlation at the 0.05.

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