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The correlations of rituals with pre-competition anxiety in teenage football players
Aim. Rituals are sequences of thoughts and activities which lead to automatic performance . They can sometimes be maladaptive. The aim of the study was to present the relationships between rituals before a football match ...
The relationships between personality and the system of values in the case of the National Team female field hockey players
The aim of the study was to determine the predictors of female sports success by examining the relations between personality and the system of values in female field hockey players. The research was conducted among the ...
Stress in volunteer mountain rescue teams
The aim of the study was to present the sources of stress in mountain rescue teams, the preferred kind of coping and the level of the burnout syndrome in mountain rescue teams. CISS (Endler, Parker), MBI (Maslach) and ...
The relationships between the perception of oneself, the world and others, and pre-star anxiety due to the level of neuroticism and extraversion
Aim. The aim of the study was to demonstrate the relationships between the perception of oneself, the world and others, and neuroticism, extraversion and pre-start anxiety in student athletes. The following research ...
Schemes "Me and the world" and styles of coping with stress in youth practising sports
The aim of the paper was to determine the relationship between self-image and the image of the surrounding world, and coping with stress in youth practising sports. The research was conducted on 222 students of both sexes ...
Psychological determinants of motivation in coaches of martial arts
Introduction. Motivation is one of the key topics in sport psychology. The majority of researches concerning sport motivation are focused on the motivation of sport competitors. The present study concentrates on the ...