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Analysis of Self - Efficacy among Volleyball Players at Various Levels of Competitions

CHARANJIT SINGH, JASPAL SINGH and MUKHWINDER SINGH

Journal Title:SCHOLARLY RECSEARCH JOURNAL FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES
Abstract


The present study aims to find out the significant difference between high performing and low performing volleyball playe rs of schools, colleges and clubs. Sample of two hundred and forty (n=240) volleyball players of schools, colleges and clubs were taken to compare the self - efficacy level among high and low performing volleyball players. The test of self - efficacy prepared by Bandura (1977) was administered to record the response of subjects. The test of significance (t - test) was applied to see the difference between mean scores of volleyball players. Further ANOVA was applied to see the significant difference among high per forming groups of school, college and club level volleyball players. The level of significance was set at 0.05. The t - values 5.79, 8.14 and 3.40 of school, college and club level volleyball players respectively found highly significant in favor of high per forming Volleyball players. On the basis of results it is concluded that high performing volleyball players of school, college and club are significantly better with regard to self - efficacy. On other hand ANOVA reveals that high performing volleyball playe rs of school, college and club did not differ significantly. The self - efficacy is one of the most important psychological variables to produce high performing volleyball players. So, implications of this study are important from development stages to high performance level.

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