alexa Abstract | The Relationship between of positive emotion and sport competitions in expert’s athletes

European Journal of Experimental Biology
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The purpose of this study was Relationship between of positive emotion and sport competitions in expert’s athletes. In order to this study, expert’s athletes 87 were selected randomly from participated students in Shahrood sport Olympiad at the 2010 year. In order to investing their happiness degree, Oxford happiness inventory was used and it validity has been determined in our country and also personal information questionnaire was used for determination win and failure in competitions. After distribution and collection of the questionnaires among expert’s athletes students data were analyzed. The results of this study show that winner expert’s athletes had a high happiness rather than failure expert’s athletes in while before competitions.

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Author(s): Meisam Savardelavar and Hamid Arvin

Keywords

positive emotion, sport competitions, expert’s athletes

 
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