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Title: 大学生競技者のスポーツ傷害発生に関わる属性およびストレッサーの検討
Other Titles: Attributes and stressors influencing the occurrence of sports injuries in college athletes
Authors: 伊藤, 詩織
中島, 宣行
佐々木, 万丈
Ito, Shiori
Nakajima, Nobuyuki
Sasaki, Banjou
イトウ, シオリ
ナカジマ, ノブユキ
ササキ, バンジョウ
Keywords: frequency of sports injuries
subjective evaluation
inferential statistics
Issue Date: Mar-2015
Abstract: We investigated differences in the frequency of sports injuries between individual and team competition players and between males and females, and we also examined the influence of subjective evaluation of stressors on sports injury frequency. College athletes (N=133) were asked to complete a scale of daily and competitive stressors and to answer a questionnaire on the frequency of sports-related injuries. Chi-square analyses revealed that there were no differences in injury frequency between individual and team competitive players, but that male athletes had a significantly higher frequency of injuries than females. Simple regression analysis revealed that subjective evaluation of “competition results”and “expectations of, and pressure from, others”influenced the sports injury frequency.These results suggest that the frequency of sports injuries is associated with sex and with cognitive evaluation of competitive stressors.
URI: http://ir.jwcpe.ac.jp/dspace/handle/123456789/684
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