A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF SELF CONCEPT AND PERSONALITY TRAITS AMONG INDIVIDUAL AND TEAM GAME PLAYERS AT UNIVERSITY LEVEL
Dr. Ashutosh Bhandari
The purpose of the study was to compare the players belonging to individual and team games in relation to self-concept and personality traits. Another purpose of the study was to characterize interuniversity level players by self concept and personality traits responses. The subjects were fifty male players of interuniversity level, twenty five each category i.e. individual and team games. The self concept scores were obtained by using Self Concept Questionnaire (SCQ) by Dr. Raj Kumar Saraswat. The personality traits scores of the subjects were obtained by using 16 P.F. Questionnaire prepared by Raymond Cattle. To compare the self concept and personality traits of the groups mean, standard deviation, mean difference and uncorrelated t-test was employed. The level of significance was set at 0.05. The t-test showed that there was no significant differences were found in mean differences among the individual and team games in relation to self concept and personality factors.
Keywords: Reserved, Outgoing, Intelligent, Emotionally stable and Humble.
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