Attentive control and its impact on learning some defensive skills of handball players

Authors

  • Baraa Ismaeil Ajam Physical Education and Sport sciences college for women/ Baghdad University
  • Intidhar Jumaa Mubarak Physical Education and Sport sciences college for women/ Baghdad University

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.54702/ms.2023.22.1.0106

Keywords:

attentional control, defensive skills

Abstract

The importance of the research lies in reaching the players to good levels of attentional control and psychosocial compatibility by performing some of their defensive and offensive skills, and this is what works on the coherence of the defensive and offensive lines and playing centers. Handball, to identify the level of the measure of psychosocial compatibility and defensive skills of the research sample, and the researchers followed the descriptive and experimental approach. 15-17 years old, and their number is (144) players, and the entire community was taken. They were distributed to a sample of scale preparation, samples of exploratory experiments, and a sample of the main experiment. The two researchers chose (24) players from the National Center for Handball Talent Care of the Ministry of Youth and Sports in Wasit Governorate To conduct the main experiment in a deliberate manner, and the two researchers verified the results With the SPSS system, the conclusions are that the exercises prepared by the two researchers were effective in reaching the players to perform the duties within the defensive skills better, as well as the existence of an effective effect of the educational units on the results of the experimental group members within the defensive handball skills, and that the development of attentional control reflected positively on the performance of the players Handball The two researchers recommended that it is necessary to pay attention to the adoption of measures of attentional control to track the level of players in specialized centers, and it is necessary to increase the interest of the departments of physical education and sports sciences in activating mechanisms of cooperation with the faculties of physical education and sports sciences on developing the potential of volleyball teachers within continuing education courses and the need to pay attention to conducting Similar studies on educational stages, or on other sports events and games

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Published

2023-03-30

How to Cite

Baraa Ismaeil Ajam, & Intidhar Jumaa Mubarak. (2023). Attentive control and its impact on learning some defensive skills of handball players. Modern Sport, 22(1), 0106. https://doi.org/10.54702/ms.2023.22.1.0106