To Assess How Anxiety, Aggression Influence On College Level Boys In Compact Sports Like Boxing, Taekwondo, Wrestling, Judo

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Dr. D.J. Asath Ali Khan, et. al.


     The purpose of the study was to find out the assess how anxiety, aggression influence on college level boys in compact sports like boxing, taekwondo, wrestling, judo. The study was delimited to the sports like Judo, Wrestling, Taekwondo and boxing of Kerala State. The age group of the participants was ranged from 16-24 years. The selected dependent variables namely such as anxiety and aggression. The subjects were selected from four different disciplines namely Judo, Wrestling, Taekwondo and boxing of Kerala State. 50 women judo players, 50 boys wrestlers, 50 boys  boxers, 50 boys taekwondo players were selected as subjects for data collection. The data’s were collected from them with the help of The Sport Competition Anxiety Test by Martens, Aggression Questionnaire by Buss & Perry. Descriptive statistics, which help to describe a data distribution, such as mean and standard deviation of the scores were calculated for summarizing the collected raw data. In all the statistical tests, the level of significance was fixed at 0.05 levels. There was a significant difference among Boxing, Wrestling, Taekwondo and Judo on the variable “Anxiety”. Wrestlers have significantly higher level of “Anxiety” when compared with Boxing, Taekwondo and Judo. Taekwondo players having less anxiety level when compared to the other three groups.

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