Psychosocial Climate and Its Relationship to Mental Distraction among Some Students of the Faculties of Physical Education and Sports Sciences
Keywords:psychosocial climate, mental distraction, students of the College of Physical Education and Sports Sciences.
The needs of students are many and varied in the diversity of their physical and social formation, and the
psychosocial climate, which is one of the important and influential psychological processes in the nature of
the university atmosphere, which has an effect and relationship with mental distraction from the intellectual
side, and therefore it is necessary to identify this relationship, explain it and find appropriate solutions to it,
and that the rise the behavior and feeling of students should be characterized by positive energy, in addition
to the morale based on the desire and the struggle to excel in the situations of university life that will result
in a certain type of distinguished activity characterized by effectiveness and perseverance.
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