Relación entre ansiedad precompetitiva y la efectividad en el remate en voleibolistas.
Medina Bejarano, Juan Felipe
Galvis Quintero, Sandy
Especialista en Psicología del Deporte y el Ejercicio
DegreeEspecialista en Psicología del Deporte y el Ejercicio
Rodriguez Salazar, Maria Clara
ProgramEspecialización en Psicología del Deporte y el Ejercicio
Universidad El Bosque
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During sports practice there are many factors that can trigger an automatic anxiety response. Several studies that have addressed the phenomenon of emotions in sports and intend to correlate values between intensity and direction of anxiety; in Colombia there are no studies that measure the symptoms of precompetitive anxiety in real time, nor their relationship with objective performance indicators. The present work was proposed to correlate precompetitive anxiety (measured through the CSAI-2, heart rate and peripheral temperature of the hands) and sports performance (effectiveness of the auction in competition). The participants were 104 female volleyball players belonging to different leagues of Colombia. Dispersion of the data is observed in the average values of all anxiety indicators, not only in the dimension of intensity but also and principally direction, suggesting that not only the symptoms of anxiety feel differently among individuals but that the assessment This day of said symptoms is very different; Also, low values are observed in the correlations between the physiological indicators and the direction of the three dimensions of the test. The results suggest that the low correlations between effectiveness and precompetitive anxiety occur because individuals experience one or more emotions just after seeing the outcome of their performance and determines their next behavior by causing levels of anxiety before competition to change. throughout the meeting and these changes can mediate performance.
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