RELIABILITY ANALYSIS OF PRE-COMPETITIVE STRESS INSTRUMENT OF YOUNG BRAZILIANS SOCCER PLAYERS

Vinicius Barroso Hirota, Carlos Eduardo Lopes Verardi, Ademir De Marco

Abstract


The aim of this research is to test the stress instrument, and identify the symptoms of pre-competitive stress of young Brazilians athletes from soccer, and throw a descriptive research we evaluated 300 male Brazilian soccer players aged between 10-17 years (age average 13.45±2.37) using a Likert scale named List of Symptoms of "Stress" Pre-Competitive; as statistical it was made the descriptive statistical, reliability analysis counting with the Alpha´s Coefficient and Factorial exploratory analysis of the instrument. The results showed an excellent reliability of the issues of the instrument, and detected six factors, demonstrating that the youth athletes has a moderate level of stress and concluded that another analysis need to be done in future studies.

 

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stress pre-competitive, soccer, reliability, youth athletes, evaluation

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.46827/ejpe.v0i0.75

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