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Study on the Yips Current States and Coping Method in High School Baseball Player Through Convergence

융복합을 활용한 고교야구선수의 입스(yips)경험과 대처방법에 대한 현상적 분석

  • Received : 2016.09.09
  • Accepted : 2016.11.20
  • Published : 2016.11.28

Abstract

The study is conducted to investigate the prevalence of a yips phenomenon in high school baseball players and provide the basis of its origin and an effective treatment intervention. Therefore, we survey 320 high school baseball players registered at Korea Baseball Association, excluding poorly answered 30 questionnaires. Utilizing PASW 20.0, the analysis of yips experiences and a coping method is carried out with descriptive statistics and ratio analysis. The results from the process above are as follows. The ratio of high school baseball players who experience yips reaches 64%, which is significantly high; experiencing yips, they have both physical and psychological problems; although they would have psychological trainings, few of them work, which implies that the discussion on yips prevention and coping methods for high school baseball players is imperative.

Keywords

High school baseball player;Yips current states;Coping method;Symptoms Analysis;Convergence

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