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Type of publication: Straipsnis / Article
Author(s): Šniras, Šarūnas;Ušpurienė, Aistė Barbora
Title: Assessment of pre-competition emotional states of different mastery women-basketball players
Is part of: Physical education of students, 2018, vol. 22, no. 3, p. 151-158
Date: 2018
Keywords: Women-basketball players;Pre-competition;Self-confidence;Well-being;Activity;Mood;Priešvaržybinės emocinės būsenos;Pasitikėjimas savimi;Sveikata;Aktyvumas;Nuotaika
Abstract: Before competitions, athletes often have different emotions, tension, instability, mistakes and doubts. Thus, pre-competition states have an important influence on the quality of athlete’s performance, but it is important for athletes to control these states. For the optimum competition performance, the emotional states of athletes and their ability to control them properly must be considered. Purpose: to assess the pre-competition emotional states of different mastery women-basketball players. Material: For the assessment of pre-competition emotional states of women-basketball players, the competitive state anxiety inventory-2 as well as the SAN test were used and they helped to assess the pre-competition emotional states of women-basketball players: well-being, activity, mood. 171 women-basketball players that played in two different women’s basketball league championships of Lithuania participated in the research. All the women-basketball players were divided into two groups: 71 women-basketball players played in the women’s basketball league of Lithuania (in our case, their mastery was high) and 100 women-basketball players played in Akvile women’s basketball league (athlete women of low mastery). In order to perform the descriptive index analysis, check the hypothesis and assess the reliability of the difference between the researched groups, Student (t) and chi–square (χ2) criteria were applied. Statistical significance level α = 0.05.[...]
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