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International Journal of Yogic, Human Movement and Sports Sciences

2018, Vol. 3 Issue 2, Part C

Impact of aggression on stress among college level team and individual game players of Punjab

AUTHOR(S): Dr. Amandeep Singh
ABSTRACT:
The aim of the study is to find out the impact of aggression on stress among college level team and individual game players of Punjab. For this purpose 100 team and 100 individual game players at college level were selected randomly. For the study Aggression Inventory (AI) developed by Dr. M.K. Sultania and Stress scale (ADSS) developed by BSPSA was used. As the purpose of the investigation was to find out the difference between experimental variance of independent groups, “t” test was used. Further, these three groups (in case of both team and individual sports separately) were made equal in term of no. of sportsperson in each group by making use of lottery method. After applying, lottery method, each group comprised of 13 sportspersons. Then onward, F-test (one way ANOVA) was applied on stress scores for each three aggression level groups separately for team and individual sports. Further, if the F-value came out to be significant, least significant difference (LSDs) were computed at 0.05 and 0.01 level of significance, for df 36. The result of study revealed that team and individual game players of colleges do not differ significantly from each other with respect to their aggression level. The team and individual game players of colleges differ significantly from each other with respect to their stress. The aggression level of team players of colleges significantly influenced their stress. Team game players of colleges with their high and moderate aggression level significantly possessed high stress as compared to team game players with low aggression level. However, there existed no significant difference in mean stress score of team game players of colleges with high and moderate aggression level. The aggression level of individual game players of colleges significantly influenced their stress. Individual game players of colleges with either high or moderate aggression level significantly possessed high stress as compared to individual game players with low aggression level. However, there existed no significant difference in mean stress scores of individual game players of colleges with high, moderate and low aggression level.
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How to cite this article:
Dr. Amandeep Singh. Impact of aggression on stress among college level team and individual game players of Punjab. Int J Yogic Hum Mov Sports Sciences 2018;3(2):214-217.
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