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Participants were 28 players 14 male and 14 female from both teams. The scales of general self-efficacy, flow feeling and competitive anxiety were used to collect data. Regarding flow sensation, the average scores were range from 3. No significant changes were observed throughout the game in relation to the flow feeling.
The anxiety reported by men was significantly lower than women, and the self-confidence levels were higher in men than in women. No significant correlation was found between self efficacy and sense of flow. Somatic anxiety showed significant correlations with some dimensions of the flow feeling. In conclusion, these data showed that there is a need to incorporate psychological interventions to ensure that athletes can reach optimal psychophysical states in order to perform better.
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Ansiedad estado precompetitiva en judocas.
How many thoughts do we produce on a daily basis? How can you measure something as intangible and generally inaccessible as human thought? Self-talk generates a million unanswered questions. What we do know is that we think a lot.
ISSN In sports, to study the dimensions of anxiety that involved in individual developing has become one of the key topics of the psychology of sport and exercise. The aim was to find out what had predictive relationships pre-competitive anxiety about the commitment to run, run negative addiction, motivations and perceptions of success in road races. Participants runners en route Spaniards, Mexicans Of these, Moderate levels of cognitive and somatic anxiety in both men and women and Spaniards and Mexicans were obtained; Also high values in confidence, significantly higher in men versus women and Mexicans with respect to Spanish.
Pre-competitive anxiety is one of the psychological factors that can greatly influence athletes' performance, especially when it comes to individual sport like boxing. To analyze the level of pre-competitive anxiety in male athletes in the adult and young adult categories, and their correlation with the final results of the last Brazilian National Championship. A total of 60 young adult athletes participated in the study: 38 non-medalists The levels of cognitive anxiety in the young adult athletes group presented significant differences: medalists presented lower scores than non-medalists