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The Effect of a Course of Cope Modeling Intervention on Re-Concentration and the Performance of Teenager Female Taekwondo Athletes of Iranian National Team
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, , University of Tehran, Iran (Islamic Republic Of) ; , University of Kharazmi, Iran (Islamic Republic Of)

ILSHS Volume 56, ISSN 2300-2697

Abstract

The purpose of current study is to consider a course of doing cope modeling intervention on re-concentration and the performance of teenager female taekwondo athletes of Iranian national team in 2009. The current study is in tentative type and pre and post test design with control group. To do this 22 people (female) among invited people to the camp of taekwondo national team in teenager level for participation in Asian competition of Kish were randomized and then were separated into two groups of control (10) and experimental(12). Then both of them completed the OMSAT-3 questionnaires in pre-test stage, so that to be evaluated from the view of re-concentration skill and making check list for performance evaluation. After 4 months cope modeling intervention of both groups was performed. Collected data was considered by independent statistical t-test. The results of this study showed that there is a significant difference between control and experimental groups in skills of re-concentration after doing a course of cope modeling intervention (P < 0.05). At last the results showed that there is a significant difference between control and experimental groups in performance after doing a course of cope modeling intervention (P < 0.05). It seems that constant and regular practice of psychological skills to coping with stress during in the period before the tournament, has a positive effect on the national athletes when they are in the pressure condition.

Citation

Khanjari, Y., Ameri, E.A. & Garooei, R. (2015). The Effect of a Course of Cope Modeling Intervention on Re-Concentration and the Performance of Teenager Female Taekwondo Athletes of Iranian National Team. International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences, 56, 1-7. Retrieved May 20, 2019 from .

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