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A Study of Relationship between Personality and Intelligence with Subjective Well-Being of Football Players

Author Affiliations

  • 1CCS HAU Hisar INDIA
  • 2Guru Dronacharya College of Education, Bhuna INDIA

Res. J. of Physical Education Sci., Volume 2, Issue (2), Pages 1-3, February,23 (2014)

Abstract

40 male Football players who have at least participated in inter-collegiate of K.U.K. and CDLU Sirsa or participated in inter-district tournaments of Haryana state were considered the subjects of the study. Eysenck Personality Inventory (E.P.I.) by H.J. Eysenck and S.B.G. Eysenck, Hindi version, B.S. Gupta, General Mental Ability Test developed by S. Jalota and PGI General well-being measured by Dr. Santosh K. Verma and Amita Verma, Chandigarh were used as tool. According to the objective of the study Mean, Standard Deviation and�t�-test were used to compute the data. The study shows that the low well-being group has more �N� traits as compared to high well being group. The high well-being group has more �E� traits as compared to high well being group. On the basis of intelligence high well-being group are not significant different from low well-being group.

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