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Ibero-American Journal of Exercise and Sports Psychology

Constructing A Measure of Psychological Disability and Its Relationship to Some Basic Skills and Fixed Playing Situations for Youth Football Players Under (19) Years Old

Abstract

Muwafaq Obayes Khudhair, Sanaa Rabeea Abed, Hayder Talib Jasim

The purpose of this paper is to constructing a measure of psychological disability for young football players under (19) years old, knowing the relationship between the measure of psychological disability and some of the basic skills of football players for youth under (19) years, and knowing the relationship between the measure of psychological disability and the fixed playing conditions of football players for youth under (19) years. The method chosen by the researcher must be suitable for solving a problem. Therefore, the researcher used the descriptive method. The research community is represented by the players of the Baghdad youth clubs teams for the Premier League under (19) years of football for the season (2021/2022), by (330) players representing Baghdad clubs, by (30) players for each club, and the researcher deliberately chose the community, and chose the youth category Under (19) years old, excluding the other categories, due to the clarity of the problem in this category and in a large way, which led to conducting the research. The research sample was divided into three groups: (the construction sample amounted to (110) players) who were subjected to special tests in constructing the psychological disability scale, and the percentage was (40%) of the parent community, (the sample of the reconnaissance experiment amounted to (6) players), and the percentage was (1.557). %) of the parent community, (the main experiment sample included (214) players), and the percentage was (57.441%) of the parent community, knowing that the research community was distributed randomly (lottery), and thus the percentage of the total sample from the research community is (100%) Where the researcher used all members of the community. Table (1) below shows the number of clubs and players for each club, the total number and the sample (construction, exploratory and main). One of the most important results reached by the researcher is that: The scale proved effective in measuring the psychological disability of the sample, the level of psychological disability is inversely related to the level of scoring, and the level of psychological disability is inversely related to the level of head butting. One of the most important recommendations recommended by the researchers is that: Using the scale to know the level of psychological disability and its impact on scoring and head-butting the ball , and psychological preparation and attention to age groups to reduce their level of psychological disability to qualify them for higher levels in the future.

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