Does mood have the capability of predicting performance in netball players
Cardiff Metropolitan University
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The present study examined the effect ofpre-performance mood on the performance of netball playen. The participants (n : 16) were tested over a period of ten games. The 24-item Profile Of Mood States- Adolescents (Terry, Lane & Keohane, 1999) was completed one hour priorto competition A Performance Satisfaction questionnaire was completed one hour after each game. The purpose of this study was to compere mood and performance relationships using an idiographic designto mood and performance relationships using a cross- sectional design. Results indicated that33a/o of mood was significantly related to performance (R : .33, p<.00). The Al,tOVA test showed that Regression was significant (F(6, 153) : l4.ll3; p: 0.00) which indicated that some of the POMS-A subscales could predict performance. Depression, Fatigue and Vigour were foundto significantly predict performance atthep<.O5level- The hypothesis was accepted, as moodwas foundto have the capability ofpredicting performance, and Vigour was found to have the strongest significant relationship with performance. It is suggested that fi¡ture moodperformance research should consider and investigøte dre influence of individual differences.
BSc (Hons) Sport, PE and Recreation
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