2022, Vol. 7 Issue 2, Part A
A comparative study of abstract reasoning of team and individual players
AUTHOR(S): Dr. Vishal Singh and Ravinder Kumar Sagar
Conceptualizing ideas, basics, and objects in unique and novel ways is necessary for abstract thinking. The use of abstract thinking may take many different forms in sports scenarios where the goal is to win or lose. This study's major objective was to examine team and individual players' abstract thinking. For this study's objectives One hundred twenty (N=120) male subjects were selected for the research, of which 60 came from team games and the remaining 60 from solo games. The score for abstract thinking was produced using Raven's Progressive Matrices to assess both team and individual players. To assess team and individual players' abstract thinking, a two-sample t-test was performed. Between team and individual player abstract reasoning scores, a statistically significant difference was found (p<0.05, mean difference (Team Abstract Reasoning> Individual Abstract Reasoning) 3.03). Team games provide a variety of unusual and pre-structured situations that encourage more abstract thinking.
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How to cite this article:
Dr. Vishal Singh, Ravinder Kumar Sagar. A comparative study of abstract reasoning of team and individual players. Int J Yogic Hum Mov Sports Sciences 2022;7(2):59-62.