Volume : VII, Issue : I, January - 2017

Will to win among team and individual game players: A comparative study

Vimal Kishore

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 The comparative study was conducted on conveniently selected male inter university players equally 50 from both team (Kho–Kho, Handball, Basketball, Softball, Baseball, and Volleyball) and individual (Chess, Power lifting, Boxing, Taekwondo, Badminton, Judo, Weightlifting and Yoga) games of average age 24 years. Will to win was measured using Kumar and Shukla will to win scale is having valid and reliable tool. The data was interpreted using descriptive and independent sample t–test at 0.05 level of significance using SPSS. It has been observed that the mean scores on locus of control of individual & team game players was 7.18 and 6.69 respectively, on applying t–test insignificant difference was found in will to win between individual and team game players as the t–value 0.76 found smaller than the tabulated value 1.98 at 0.05 level of significance for 98 degree of freedom, hence on the basis of data it has been concluded that team and individual game players does not differ in will to win.

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Vimal Kishore, Will to win among team and individual game players: A comparative study, Indian Journal of Applied Research,Volume : 7 | Issue : 1 | JANUARY 2017


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