The Impact of Female Athletes and Non-Athletes and Role of Sport in the Development of Emotional Intelligence: A Survey Study of District Bhakkar, Punjab
Keywords:Athletes, Non-Athletes, Emotional Intelligence
The impact of Female Athletes and Non-Athletes and Role of Sport in the Development of Emotional Intelligence, the main objective of the study to assess the awareness of self-regulation skills among athlete and non-athlete at college level. The‘’Emotional intelligence questionnaire ‘’ was used to collect data. In this regard research ethics was strictly be followed by the researcher. The set alpha level for the testing of hypotheses was 0.05 (sampling error I) and t-test and ANOVA (Analysis of Variance single factors) was used to test the hypotheses. When compared the mean values of both the groups, it has been noticed that athlete’s players had exhibited better emotional stability than non-athletes. While comparing the mean values of the groups in questions, the researcher found that there is significant difference was found on the self-awareness. Effectiveness of physical activities on the health problems for working women.
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