STRESS COPING MECHANISMS LINKED TO THE TEST SITUATION AND ITS IMPACT ON THE MOTOR ADAPTATION AT YOUNG FOOTBALL PLAYERS

Mourad Ait Lounis, Swanilda Mekioussa Izri, Fatiha Yesguer

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This study aims at showing whether the relation between the stress coping mechanisms and the motor performance varies significantly according to the nature of stressful circumstances linked to the test situation. 20 young football players between 10 and 12 years old were submitted to two modalities of evaluation (the one with the usual educator and the other one with the outside participant). The statistical analysis of the data shows a close relationship between the independent variable (modalities of evaluation) and the dependent variable (motor performances).

 

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stress, coping, adaptation capacity, motor performance, evaluation modalities

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.46827/ejpe.v0i0.1801

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