Brain habits, Accuracy and Its Relationship to Self-Confidence for Handball Players

Authors

  • Ali Hussein Ali1 , Muntadhar Saheb Mahdi2 , Ahmed Khudhair Abbas3 , Wissam Salah Abdul Hussein4

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.37506/ijfmt.v15i1.13788

Keywords:

Brain habits, self-confidence, handball players

Abstract

The current research aims to identify the struggle for accuracy and its relationship with self-confidence
among players of the Baghdad and Middle Euphrates clubs with handball, to achieve this goal, two tools
have been prepared, one of which is to measure the struggle for accuracy and the other to measure selfconfidence after finding their psychometric characteristics represented in honesty and constancy, the two
tools were applied on the research sample of (152) players from the clubs of Baghdad and the Middle
Euphrates with youth handball and after analyzing the data using statistical means the research resulted in
the research sample enjoying the struggle for accuracy and self-confidence in them, as well as the existence
of a statistically significant correlation between the struggle for accuracy and self-confidence of the players
of Baghdad and Euphrates clubs with handball.

Author Biography

Ali Hussein Ali1 , Muntadhar Saheb Mahdi2 , Ahmed Khudhair Abbas3 , Wissam Salah Abdul Hussein4

1 Assist. Prof. Dr., Faculty of Physical Education and Sports Sciences/ University of Kerbala, Iraq, 2 Lecturer Dr.,
Faculty of Physical Education and Sports Sciences/ University of Kerbala, Iraq. 3 Lecturer, Faculty of Physical
Education and Sports Sciences/ University of Kerbala, Iraq. 4 Prof. Dr., Faculty of Physical Education and Sports
Sciences/ University of Kerbala, Iraq

Published

2020-12-31

How to Cite

Ali Hussein Ali1 , Muntadhar Saheb Mahdi2 , Ahmed Khudhair Abbas3 , Wissam Salah Abdul Hussein4. (2020). Brain habits, Accuracy and Its Relationship to Self-Confidence for Handball Players. Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology, 15(1), 2581-2586. https://doi.org/10.37506/ijfmt.v15i1.13788