2017, Vol. 2 Issue 1, Part B
State and trait anxiety of National and International level Judo players of India
AUTHOR(S): Ram Chandra Gurjar and Dr. Azad Singh
Modern perspective of anxiety have ranged from the ideas of Freud, who defined anxiety as a response to perceived danger or stress, to contemporary attempts of psychologist to alter patterns of anxious behavior by adjusting the chemistry of brain. It is from both personality, theorists and psychoanalysts that sports psychologist have obtained tools with which to carry out research and to help athlete adjust emotionally to stress imposed by competitive sport. The analyses of the data have been divided in to two sections. First selection deals with psychological profiles of National and International 90 (Senior, junior and sub junior) Judo players of India. The section the psychological profiles of National and International level senior, junior and sub junior Judo players India. It was further concluded that the combined mean scores of five components of state- trait anxiety of national and international level judo player have been found to be above five sten scores as per the norms of this test. The higher scores of state and traits anxiety refer that Indian judo player are very tense, excitable frustrate, driven, restless and fretful, impatient, depressed apprehensive, troubled moody, frustration tolerances suspicious, mistrusting and hard to fool, careless or painstaking. In this part we are analysis about psychological dimensions like Guilt Proneness, Maturity, Self-control, suspiciousness and Tension.
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How to cite this article:
Ram Chandra Gurjar and Dr. Azad Singh. State and trait anxiety of National and International level Judo players of India. International Journal of Yogic, Human Movement and Sports Sciences. 2017; 2(1): 69-71.