Vol. 1, Issue 3 (2016)
Compare self-concept traits among individual and team games at inter-college level
Author(s): Ved Parkash Sharma
Abstract: The word sport was added to psychology. Sports scientists truly hold the belief that an individual is a thinking animal as well as a performing one. It should then follow that attempting to synthesize and analyze the interactions of various aspects of sports performance and the multi‑dimensional nature of intelligent behavior is a productive undertaking. Cratty confirms that intellectual involvement and intelligent decision making on the part of an athlete is a matter of experience. Sample: Twenty male subjects were selected from S.G.G.S Khalsa College Mahilpur. Ten subjects from individual games and ten from Team games who had represented the Inter-college in their respected games. The age level of the subjects ranged from 17 – 25 years. Hypothesis: Based upon the available literature and scholar’s own understanding, there shall not be any significant differences between means of Self-Concept Traits among the individual and team games at the Inter-college level. Statistical Analysis: The data collected in test was statistically compared by using ‘t’ test. The level of significance chosen was 0.05.