A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF SELF-CONFIDENCE, ACHIEVEMENT MOTIVE AND FRUSTRATION TOLERANCE BETWEEN SENIOR AND JUNIOR VOLLEYBALL PLAYERS

Sharad Chaudhary, Dr. Sandeep Kumar

Abstract


In present scenario, it is of utmost importance for the Physical Education Coaches & Teachers to recognize that science of
psychology plays the vital role in the domain of Physical Education and Sports. It is binding on the physical educators, coaches and
sports individuals to have understanding of psychology in general and sport psychology in particular. Volleyball is very trendy
game worldwide as recreational or competitive sport which has been enjoyed by many citizens of all the different ages and ability
levels. Psychologists have noted that an individual can own self-confidence that accomplishes a particular work. It is normally
stated that students' self confidence having a vital role in their achievement level in the capacity of learning in different ways
which can sometimes be complex are majorly impacted by the student's self-confidence. Frustration is an emotional response to
the situations where one faces hurdles in achieving the individual's personal goals. The purpose of the study was to compare the
Self-confidence, Achievement Motive and Frustration Tolerance between Senior and Junior Volleyball players. For achieving the
purpose 200 National level Volleyball Player's and they were divided in 100 each category i.e. senior and junior National level
volleyball players. Seniors players were having the age above 21 years and Junior Players age was below 19 years. The research
was conducted on male Volleyball Players. To compare the players the Self Confidence, Achievement Motive and Frustration
Tolerance were considered as criterion of the study. The statistical technique that had been used to compare the self-confidence,
achievement motive and frustration tolerance between Senior and junior volleyball player's t-test was exclusively employed. The
present study showed the significant difference in Achievement Motive and Frustration Tolerance among the Senior and Junior
Volleyball Players. The study also showed the insignificant difference between Senior and Junior Volleyball Players in relation to
self confidence.


Keywords


Self-Confidence, Achievement Motive, Frustration Tolerance, Senior and Junior National Volleyball Players.

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