Anxiety, Cognitive and Physical Anxiety than Male and Female Athletes Competing at Different Levels

Iman Nazerian, Hasan Shahizan, Majid Foruzan, Alireza Zamani

Abstract


Target:

The aim of this study was to compare anxiety, cognitive and physical anxiety of male and female athletes competing at different levels.

Method:

Survey was conducted on 263 elderly people over 65 years questionnaire was modified for participation in sports activities. Among the eight major sports handball, basketball, karate, athletics,badminton and swimming were selected randomly. The study population consisted of male and female athletes will now compete in the disciplines a total of 1,200 students and 150 for each of the twelve provinces were selected randomly as cluster. Questionnaires were used to collect data from a competitive state anxiety CSAI-2 (a = 0.838) the data t, F test and Tukey HSD test were analyzed.

Findings:

Results indicated that male athletes than female athletes had less anxiety, cognitive and physical anxiety (p <0/01). Athletes who compete at higher levels than the company had experienced less cognitive between the different levels of anxiety in athletes physically meaningful difference.

Discussion:

Results indicated that male athletes than female athletes had less anxiety, cognitive and physical anxiety (p < 0/01). Athletes who compete at higher levels than the 2 company had experienced less cognitive anxiety (p < 0/01). But cannot explain all the variance of the variable under study. It should be noted in this context as well as other variables.

Keywords:

Cognitive Anxiety, Sports Activities, Interests, Health, Level of Competition

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