A Study of Achievement Motivation of Low and High Level Volleyball Players

Mohd Ibrahim, Pankaj Gwari


The aim of the present study was to examine the relationship of Sports Achievement Motivation of volleyball players. A group of (N=50) male subjects divided into two groups (N=25 high performers) and (N=25 low performers) were selected for this study from rural games mela held at Mendhar tehsil of Jammu and Kashmir State. Their age range of the subjects was 25 to 30. It was hypothesized that there may be significant differences with regard to achievement motivation among low and high performers. The t test was used to analyze data. The achievement motivation scale by Kamlesh (1990) was used to assess the differences among the low and high performers. The level of p < .05 was considered significant. Results indicated that significant relations were found between high/low performers.

Keywords: Achievement Motivation, Volleyball players

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