RELATIONSHIP OF STRESS WITH PERFORMANCE AMONG ATHLETES
Keywords:Relationship, Stress and ANOVA
The purpose of the study was to analysis the relationship of stress with performance among athletes. The random sampling design was used. The statistical measure used in the study was 2x2 ANOVA. The subject for the data collection was selected from the colleges of district Hoshiarpur and Jalandhar, Punjab. The sample consists of 200 Male and Female subjects in the age group of 13 to 19 years studying in the colleges of Hoshiarpur and Jalandhar. They were taking part in different intercollege and Inter University level competitions being held in the session of 2017 and 2018.Subjects were randomly selected from two different levels performance from 5 sports discipline. 40 subjects were drawn from each discipline. They were further subdivided into 20 of intercollege level and 20 subjects of inter university level. The overall sample then consisted of 100 subjects of inter college level and 100 of inter university level. Sample description is presented in the following table.
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