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FORNATE FOR SUBMISSION OF PROPOSAL FOR RESEARCH PROJECT PART - 1 1.

Broad Subject : The effective of SES and personality Dimensions on performance of athletes

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Male 05.01.1982 IIA M.P. Ed, M.Phil Govt First Grade College, Kalagi, Chittapur Taluka, Gulbarga district

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HYDERABAD PROPOSAL FOR MINOR RESEARCH PROJECT THE EFFECTIVE OF SES AND PERSONALITY DIMENSIONS ON PERFORMANCE OF ATHLETES (To be filled by the applicants) PART II : General Information Project Title : THE EFFECTIVE OF SES AND PERSONALITY DIMENSIONS ON PERFORMANCE OF ATHLETES 1. Total Project Cost Rs Lakhs 389000 2 . Priority Area (As per the list of priority areas given below) : THE EFFECTIVE OF SES AND PERSONALITY DIMENSIONS ON PERFORMANCE OF ATHLETES 2.MOULANA AZAD NATIONAL URDU UNIVERSITY. Duration : Years : 2 years Months : 00 3.

cooperativeness. It brings about modification in behaviour and Psychology helps the coach to understand the real 3 . performance of an individual. because the environment in which physical abilities are displayed (i.INTRODUCTION In recent years. Most of the work has been concerned with delineating personality traits of athletic. It has been observed that SES as an independent variable has a greater impact on dependent variable i. the player learns motor skills and in competitive sports he makes use of these skills to achieve success.e. emotional stability. Learning is a social attribute. differentiating among individuals by sports and level of success etc. It has been conclusively proved that SES is one of the main correlates of behavioural component Sports psychology is an area which attempts to apply psychological facts and principles to leaning performance and associated human behaviour in the whole field of sports.. It is assumed that the physical abilities of an individual are related to his personality structure. who are charged with the responsibility for selection. counseling and training of the athletes for competition. Behavioural component have greater bearing on socio-economic conditions of the individual.In sports. personal adjustment and extraversion. confidence. which are very essential for increasing the athletic ability of the players. there has been an increasing amount of attention in the study of relationship of personality variables and psychological factors with athletic performance. in games and sports) constitutes an ideal setting for the development of desirable personality characteristics such as sociability. Socio-Economic Status (SES) Socio-Economic status (SES) is one of the key factors which has been studied extensively in behavioral sciences research .e.. Studies of measurement of personality provide information needed by Sports Psychologists and Coaches.

Niblock (1960) found female athletes to be more energetic enthusiastic efficient as possessing more leadership potential and were optimistic and more extroverts. practical. sincere attempts are made in this chapter to review certain earlier studies related to the variable selected using the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory (MMPI). anxiety. motivation self-confidence. Booth (1958) found that the non-athletes scored higher than the athletes on anxiety and depression and scored lower on other areas of MMPI. It is true that there is a paucity of systematic research in this area. aggression and so on. group dependent. A coach understands how to deal with a sportive child and elite sportsmen in different setting. If forewarns the coach that a child is not "miniature man" REVIEW OF LITERATURE Sports performance is a function of combination of several factors both psychological and social.springs of behaviour of player and how desirable and modification can be brought in the behavioural patterns to the advantages of the individual and the society. Chadwick (1972) found that female athletes were significantly more tough minded. It has been rather a difficult task to review all the studies related to relationship of psychological factors with sports performance. suffered and less intelligent than nonathletic female. On the other hand Ogilvie (1971) found male competitors to be basically emotionally healthy persons who tend towards 4 . However. Malumphy (1968) used the Chattel's 16PF to compare the personality traits of 120 women : (77 athletes and 43 non.athletes) and found that athletes who played individual sports were more extroverted than those who played team sports. There is no doubt that sports excellence is geared-up by factors like personality.

3. To examine sex differences in performance of different sample subgroups. The sample was divided in to two SES levels-high and lowon whom the personality inventory was administered. There is a significant impact of socio-economic status (SES) on athletic performance 2. STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM : To study the effect of SES and personality dimensions on the performance of Athletes. To study the impact of personality dimensions on the performance of athletes. Attempt was made to equalize the sample based on sex too. There would significant be sex differences in athletic performance between sample sub groups. The selected sample was subjected to performance of 100 and 200 mtr. 2.METHODOLOGY 1. THE SETTING The study was conducted on a sample of 360 athletes selected from the jurisdiction of gulbarga University Gulbarga. OBJECTIVES The following are the objectives of the present study : 1. 3. To assess the effect of socio-economic status (SES) on the performance of athletes. 5 . HYPOTHESES The following are the hypotheses of the study and attempt is made to prove them 1. 4. 2. tests. The selection was done based on level of participation. There is a significant influence of personality dimensions on athletic performance 3.

The validity of the test is also satisfactory. As author claims the reliability of the test is 0. Eysenck Personality Questionnaire This questionnaire is developed by Eysenck (1985) which consists of 90 items with two alternatives (Yes/No). Accordingly one who scores high on each of the dimensions of personality dimension.. property. The questions are distributed on dimensions. This scale consists of 7 items related to like family. Socio-economic status scale (SESS) The SES scale was constructed by Bharadwaj (1989).76) which is significant.) 6 . Neuroricism. Extraversion and Lie scale. In the present study two dimensions viz. Psychoticism.92 which is significant. professional. 3. The validity is found to be adequate. TOOLS 1. education. extroversion and neuroticism are considered.5. 2. using the statistical technique of t-test to compare the sample sub-groups. The responses can be scored with the help of scoring key. Statistical Analysis To meet the objectives of the study and verify the formulated hypotheses the data were analyzed. social. The reliability of the test has been calculated by test and re-test method (r=0. monthly income and caste perspective. namely.

W. Research Quarterly. Unpublished Master's Thesis. R. Berhm. Ammodt. (1960) Achievement motive and test anxiety conceived as motive to approach success and motive to avoid failure.B. California. 5.M. Rinehart. (1961) : Pattern and growth in personality Hole. Wiley.W. Justification for (22) Includes installation charges. Acampora. et al.I (1970) personality structure of Canadian Inter-collegiate women Ice Hockey players In: GN.T. (1967) Personality Difference between Nonswimmers and Swimmers. Airport . (1976) Arousal and Anxiety Correlates of Gymnastic Performance. (1969). GW. Saunders. 7. (1971) A Comparison of Personality Traits Among Three Levels of Female Field Hockey Competitiors. Research Quarterly 38:193-171 Bird E. (1982) : Personality Characterstics of College.52-63.127-138. M. of Physical Education.P. 8. Atkinson J.B. Journal of Abnormal and Social Pyschology. 47: 586-589. (1966) A theory of achievement motivation. Philadelphia. 55:327-330. Football and Track Team Members. (1958) "Personality traits of athletes as measured by the M. 60. Booth. and Kroll. E. Perceptual ad Motor Skills. Comparison between Foot ball. Barger RA. 7 . 40-663-665 Basler. 10. Kenyon (ed. 9. A. Alderman. 6. N. New York. N. athletes and NonAthletes on personality. Chicago: 149-159 11. Atkinson. (1974) : Psychological Behaviour in Sports. inland transport etc.M. and Litwin GH. New York. 3. and Feather. 4. R. San Jose. ) contemporary of sports. and Mumford. W. Nonathletes and Baseball. San Jose State College. Deptt. Fisher.BIBLIOGRAPHY 1.W.I" research Quarterly 29. B.. J. Research Quality. Athletic Institute. 2.

SMMARY ITEMS A.84.2 7500 Total 15.000 = 00 50000 = 00 10000 = 00 389000 = 00 Grand total (A+B) (In Words : Three lakhs Eighty Nine thousand rupees only) 389000 = 00 Budget details 20. Permanent equipment Overhead charges Sub total (B) 15000 = 00 for 2 years 15. Human resources 5. Travel grant 2. Travel Items Vehicle four wheeler Hiring jeep\ car Year . contingency 4.000 50000 = 00 BUDGET Computer and Printing Total ----15000 = 00 15000 = 00 15000 = 00 2.84. Recurring 1. Permanent Equipment Sl. Equipment Sub Total (A) B. Non Recurring: 1.000 8 .PART III : BUDGET ESTIMATE.No.000=00 Justification for (20) 22.1 7500 Year .000 = 00 15000 = 00 2. Other costs/ 3. Computer Printing Total Generic Name of equipment Imported/ and accessories Wipro Samsung Indignous 40000=00 10000=00 Estimated Cost 50.

1 7500 Year . 36.1 36.84. 3000 Accountant 1 P/M Labour charges 9 .000 66.2 42000.000 24000 30000 10.2 7500 Total 15000 =00 Justification for (23): Stationary items is required for correspondence and printing study materials.000 30. Other costs / contingency Item Stationeries Year . 3000 P/M Rs. Other office related works the above said amount will be utilized 24.000 TOTAL 78.000 54.000 Year . 2500 P/M I and II year. 3000 I and II Year. 2500 P/M Year . 3500 Rs.Tractor for Agricultural wastes 23. Salries/wages (Human resources) Designation Field managers 2 technical assistants 5 pay scale Rs. 2500 P/M I and II year.000 30000 36000 10.000=00 Office Assistants / Rs.000 66000 20. 2000 P/M I and II year.000 2.

with the financial support from other Date : Name & Signature of principal / Investigator 10 . I/We shall abide by the rules governing the scheme is case assistance is provide to me/us from the UGC for the above Project d. The same project has not been submitted to any other agency for financial support / or already not completed funding agencies. General Physical facilities such as furniture/space etc. I/We shall complete the project within the stipulated period. b. If I /We fail to do so and if the UGC is not satisfied with the progress of the research project.DECLARATION / CERTIFICATION It is certified that a. the Commission may terminate the project immediately and refund of the amount received by me/us e. are available in the department / college c. The above Research Project is not funded by any agency.