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Structural relationship among resilience, psychological skills and performance of taekwondo sparring athletes

Authors
Yang, J[Yang, Jinyoung]Lim, T[Lim, TaeHee]Kwon, O[Kwon, OhJung]Han, H[Han, HeeSoo]
Issue Date
20-Feb-2019
Publisher
INT SCIENTIFIC INFORMATION, INC
Keywords
anxiety control; confidence; martial arts
Citation
ARCHIVES OF BUDO, v.15, pp.45 - 56
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SCIE
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Journal Title
ARCHIVES OF BUDO
Volume
15
Start Page
45
End Page
56
URI
https://scholarx.skku.edu/handle/2021.sw.skku/95287
ISSN
1643-8698
Abstract
Background and Study Aim: As levels of athletes (players') skills and physical strength have been standardized, more and more studies have stressed the importance of social and psychological. This study is aimed at understanding the structural relationship among resilience, psychological skills and performance of high school taekwondo sparring athletes. Material and Methods: For the study, 400 high school athletes were selected. For measurement, question papers for testing their resilience, psychological skills and performance were used as tools. Excluding 31 papers considered as improper due to unfaith-fulattention replies, the questionnaires of 359 respondents were used for statistical processing. Descriptive statistics, a correlation analysis and a structural equation model analysis were executed for treating data. Results: In this study, all of four hypotheses were adopted. The structural relation model about resilience, psychological skills and performance established in this study is adequate. Conclusions: Meanings of hypotheses were interpreted as follows. Resilience of high school taekwondo sparring athletes improves their ability to utilize psychological skills and has positive effects on performance improvement. In addition, psychological skills work positively between resilience and performance.
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