2019, Vol. 4 Issue 1, Part C
Comparative study of academic achievement of adolescent girls with different magnitudes of motor educability
AUTHOR(S): Showkat Ahmad Chat, Dr. Sudhir Rajpal and Dr. Sharda Kashyap
This study explored the association of motor educability with academic achievement of adolescent girls. This study was conducted on 250 adolescent girls chosen from Jammu and Kashmir. 50 adolescent girls each from 13 to 17 years ages were selected as sample. Modified version of Johnson Motor Educability Test was used to assess magnitude of motor educability among selected adolescent girls. Academic achievement of selected adolescent girls was evaluated on the basis of previous year examination grades/marks. Quartile method was employed to bifurcate adolescent girls into high, average and low level of motor educability. The results obtained through One Way ANOVA indicate that academic achievement of adolescent girls placed in high motor educability group was significantly superior as compared to adolescent girls placed in average and low level of motor educability. The results are discussed in the light of established theories on motor skill and cognition.
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How to cite this article:
Showkat Ahmad Chat, Dr. Sudhir Rajpal, Dr. Sharda Kashyap. Comparative study of academic achievement of adolescent girls with different magnitudes of motor educability. Int J Yogic Hum Mov Sports Sciences 2019;4(1):133-135.