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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

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

success. (Goleman, Daniel). A growing‌ interest in the sport is about emotional intelligence (Mayer and Zizi, 2007). Recent research found that emotional intelligence‌ and‌ emotional‌ experience associated with successful and failed before the function (Lin et‌ al‌, 2009). Lin et al (2009) showed that the feelings and emotions that are associated with successful‌ performance‌, power‌, joy and peace. In fact, poor emotional functions such as confusion, depression‌ and‌ fatigue‌ are related. Emotional intelligence enjoyable and negative feelings associated with unpleasant feelings. In addition‌, Lin‌ et‌ al (2009) found that emotional intelligence scores were associated with the use of psychological‌ Mkrrmhart‌. Athletes report that repeated applications of psychological skills (Thomas et al., 1999

METHOD‌

They‌ studied‌ 40 male athletes from Division I basketball and weightlifting championships that all of them were‌ present‌, (= n20; basketball) open and skills (= n20; weightlifter) package of sports skills. In the‌ category‌ of‌ persons aged 18 to 28 years in the study of the subject and had enough‌ information‌, and provide your written consent. Emotional Intelligence Questionnaire (EIQ16) was used to‌ open‌ and‌ close different emotional intelligence among athletes have the skills to evaluate. 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=0.0005), other-analysis (p =0.0130), the self-expression (p =0.0270), thinking (p =0.0175‌), judgment‌ (p =0.0010) solution problem (p

=0.0315), complexity (p =0.0025), phase change (p =0.0011), honesty (p =0.0055), self‌ (p

=0.0561‌) and other items (0.0481 = p). Among the athletes‌ have‌ the‌ skills to open and close (p

<0.05‌) there‌. The results indicate that significant differences in discrimination (p =0.1645), Sensibility (p =0.0651), symptoms (p=0.2514‌), results‌ (p =0.0655) self-monitoring (p =0.2211) absent‌ (0.05‌ <p).

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

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