Proceedings of the 19th International Academic Conference, Florence

THE EFFECTS OF 16 WEEKS ANGER MANAGEMENT TRAINING ON VOLLEYBALL PLAYING TEENAGE GIRLS

MUSTAFA YILDIZ, NAZMI BAYKÖSE, HASAN ŞAHAN, GÜNEY ÇETINKAYA

Abstract:

The goal of this study is to research the effects of a 16 weeks anger management training on volleyball playing teenage girls. It is searched that whether The Anger Management Programme (TAMP) is effective on girl players between 16 - 18 ages, prepared according to the principles and methods of the cognitive behavior approach. The research is an experimental study suitable to "pre-test-post-test" modelling with a control group which analyzes whether TAMP reduces the level of anger or not. The pre-test scores of the experimental and control groups are being compared to "t test" and there is not any significant difference. Then, the players in the experimental group were applied a 90 minutes' cognitive behavior approach control programme for 16 weeks. During the implementation of the programme, therapeutics conditions were provided and some cognitive elements like as faith, thought and perception were emphasized. Then breathing exercises and relaxation techniques were practiced and the illogical thinking and beliefs, underlying the anger, were tried to be changed. After the experiment, the control and experimental groups were given State Trait Anger Scale once again. In the group, there are 60 teenage girls (Xage=17,20±,80). The State Trait Anger Scale is used to reach the study's goal which was developed by Spielberger (1983). While analyzing and interpreting the data, descriptive statistics techniques and Paired-Sample T-Test are used. In the study, the consistent level of anger of the experimental group pre-test (23,73±3,30) and post-test (23,53±2,43), the level of anger control pre-test (19,73±2,07) and post-test (22,10±1,47), intrinsic anger levels pre-test (28,20±2,16) and post-test (25,57±1,87) and extrinsic anger levels pre-test (20,70±2,34) and post-test (18,46±1,78). The difference among the average scorings are significant (P<0,05).In this study; TAMP is applied which aims to assist the teenage volleyball player girls aged between 16-18 to control the level of their anger and to become skillful at using the appropriate stress managing strategies. In the study; when the experimental groups were compared to the control groups with regards to consistent anger level, intrinsic anger, extrinsic anger, and controlling their anger, it was seen that the levels of consistent anger, intrinsic anger and extrinsic anger of the students in the experimental group were reduced significantly and the level of anger control were increased significantly compared to the students in the control group. The research findings of this study show parallelism with the findings of the some studies in literature.

Keywords: anger, girls, volleyball players

DOI: 10.20472/IAC.2015.019.143

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