Yıl: 2014 Cilt: 25 Sayı: 1 Sayfa Aralığı: 36 - 42 Metin Dili: Türkçe

Sport Participation and Gender Differences in Rhythmic Ability

Öz:
Bu araştırmanın amacı, spora katılımın ve cinsiyetin ritim becerisi üzerindeki etkilerini incelemektir. Araştırma grubunu, genç elit erkek ve kız tenisoyuncuları (n=31, yaş=11,61 yıl, antrenman yaşı=4,38yıl) ile düzenli bir fiziksel aktiviteye katılmayan sedanter erkek ve kızlar (n=32, yaş=12,12 yıl) oluşturmuştur.Araştırma grubunun ritim becerilerinin ölçümündebelirli metronom vuruşları ile bireyin hareketleri arasındaki senkronizasyonu değerlendirmek için tasarlanan High/Scope Rhytmic Competence Analysis Test(RCAT) kullanılmıştır. RCAT dakikada 50 ve 120likmetronom vuruşlarındaki farklı iki tempoda uygulanmıştır. Ritim becerisinin spora katılım ve cinsiyetegöre farklılığını incelemek için ilişkisiz örneklemlerT-testi kullanılmıştır. Araştımadan elde edilen verileregöre, tenis oyuncularının ritim beceri performanslarıbenzer yaş grubundaki sedanterlere göre daha yüksektir. Cinsiyet değişkenine göre, erkek ve kız katılımcılarınritim beceri puanları birbirine benzerlik göstermektedir
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Ritim Becerisinde Spora Katılım ve Cinsiyet Farkı

Öz:
The purpose of the study was to investigate therole of sport participation and gender on rhythmicability. Participants were junior competitive male andfemale tennis players (n= 31, age= 11.61 year, training age= 4.38 year) and non-active male and femalecontrols (n= 32, age= 12.12 year). The High/ScopeRhythmic Competence Analysis Test (RCAT) wasused to evaluate the rhythmic ability of participants.The RCAT was conducted with two different temposof metronome that were 50 beats per minute and120 beats per minute. An independent-sample t-testwas conducted to evaluate the rhythmic abilities ofparticipants. Results revealed that rhythmic abilityperformance scores of junior competitive tennis players were higher than non-active controls and RCATscores of male and female participants indicated similarities.
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Belge Türü: Makale Makale Türü: Araştırma Makalesi Erişim Türü: Erişime Açık
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APA SÖĞÜT M, KİRAZCI S (2014). Sport Participation and Gender Differences in Rhythmic Ability. Spor Bilimleri Dergisi, 25(1), 36 - 42.
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