The relationship between mental skills with success motivation sport in elite karateka
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1کارشناس ارشد روانشناسی ورزش
2دکترای تربیت بدنی، فیزیولوژی
3دکترای تربیت بدنی، رفتار حرکتی
Abstract
Introduction: Successes in sports are influenced not only by cognitive and motor skills but also by the mental skills of an individual. The psychological factors involved in athletic performance have long been of interest to athletes, coaches, sport psychologists and sports scientists. Empirical studies have largely focused on individual psychological factors and their influence on performance which includes confidence, motivation, attention, visualization, and psychosomatic skills.
Methodology: The aim of this study was to investigate The relationship between mental skills with Success Motivation Sport in elite karateka. The research method in this research is descriptive, surveying and correlation research. The statistical population of this study includes all adult class karate players in 2016 and 2017 (with a history of national championship, either participating in a national team camp or participating in a professional league) with a total of 120 and all of them in total as The statistical sample was selected. Due to the limited statistical population, samples were selected in this research by sampling. For data collection, field method, Ottawa Psychosocial Questionnaire and Success Perception Success Questionnaire were used. Pearson correlation test was used to analyze inferential data.
Results: The results showed that there is a significant relationship between psychosocial skills and the motivation of sport elite karate's athletic performance. The results also showed that there is a significant relationship between the components of psychological skills with the motivation of sport success.
Discussion: Since motivation is a success factor in the field of karate, it is suggested that mentors use psycho-educational skills in order to enhance the athletic motivation, success and performance of the athlete.
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