A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF PRE-COMPETITION ANXIETY AMONG WRESTLING AND JUDO MALE PLAYERS
The purpose of the study was to examine pre-competition anxiety among Wrestling and Judo players of Chandigarh Government Schools. 40 Wrestling and Judo players (20 wrestling and judo) of various Government schools of Chandigarh were selected randomly as subject for finding pre-competition anxiety. Their age range between14-19. Pre-competition anxiety questionnaire (SCAT) was conducted. It consisted of 15 items, out of which five were spurious questions, which were added to the questionnaire diminish response bias towards the actual test items. These five questions had no influence on the score of the players. Scores obtained by each subject on each statement were added up which represented one’s total score on pre-competition anxiety. For the purpose computing statistical mean, Standard deviation and t-test was conducted (0.05 level of significance).
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