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Comparison between the Opening and Closing Skills Athletes in terms of Emotional Intelligence and Athletic Performance

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"c om ISSN (Online): 2322 – 4479 Comparison between the Opening and Closing Skills Athletes in terms of Emotional Intelligence and Athletic Performance 1Payam Mohammad panahi, 2Moein Abdolmalaki∗, 2Hamid Sarabi 1. Measuring Tools the following questionnaire was used to collect the data needed Emotional Intelligence Scale - I (1997) RESULTS Table 1 shows that significant differences in self-analysis (p=0. Therefore, this study aimed to compare the skills of emotional intelligence among athletes was opened and closed. 05p <) is the study noted that a difference in your analysis, analysis of others, self-expression, thinking, judgment, problem solving, complexity, transmission, openness self- control and control the opening and closing skills are among athletes. (No. Of suggests that any difference of discrimination, sensitivity, symptoms, results and supervision of skilled athletes, there is no opening and closing skills. In the study of emotions and their impact exercise performance, researchers Brown (2002) claimed that athletes should be critical experiences row."

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255 Annals of Applied Sport Science , Spring 2015, Volume 3 - Number 9

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ISSN (Online): 2322 – 4479

Comparison between the Opening and

Closing Skills Athletes in‌ terms of Emotional

Intelligence‌ and‌ Athletic Performance

1Payam Mohammad panahi, 2Moein Abdolmalaki∗, 2Hamid Sarabi

1. Department of Physical education and Sport Sciences, Qorveh Branch, Islamic Azad

University, Qorveh, Iran

2. Bachelor of Physical Education and Sports Management.

INTRODUCTION‌

Communication and exchange of huge interest in understanding the relationship between personality variables sports, and much of the literature, to identify six broad areas of mental skills that are discussed in‌ the‌ text refers to the functional (1) (Hardy et al., 1996). These concerns have focused on main issues: 1) Many of the components and characteristics of individual components used are traditional for special‌ use‌ by athletes underdeveloped. 2) Many component in a clinical context with theoretical models of psychopathology as intellectual level has been improved. 3) Data were used to validate the specification has been developed‌ in‌ non-athletes. 4) Poor sampling techniques, experimental methods and statistical techniques due to the high quality of this device is invalid. 5) Many tools are concentrated on a single skill or competence‌ based‌ on‌ the character of the place‌. 6) Lack‌ of‌ a conceptual framework for comparison between athletes and non- athletes. Despite the widespread use of psychological factors in sports psychology, researchers and‌ useful‌ questions‌ have raised valid and appropriate athletic fields. Now‌, a new‌ concept in the field of sport psychology, emotional intelligence. And the most powerful force for leadership and

Corresponding Author‌:

Seyed‌ Morteza‌ Tayebi

E-mail: tayebism@atu.ac.ir

256 Annals of Applied Sport Science , Spring 2015, Volume 3 - Number 9

257 Annals of Applied Sport Science , Spring 2015, Volume 3 - Number 9

258 Annals of Applied Sport Science , Spring 2015, Volume 3 - Number 9