APA 6th Edition Horga, S. (1983). Utjecaj konativnih regulativnih mehanizama na uspješnost u rukometu. Kinesiology, 15. (2.), 171-176. Preuzeto s https://hrcak.srce.hr/246621
MLA 8th Edition Horga, Smiljka. "Utjecaj konativnih regulativnih mehanizama na uspješnost u rukometu." Kinesiology, vol. 15., br. 2., 1983, str. 171-176. https://hrcak.srce.hr/246621. Citirano 08.03.2021.
Chicago 17th Edition Horga, Smiljka. "Utjecaj konativnih regulativnih mehanizama na uspješnost u rukometu." Kinesiology 15., br. 2. (1983): 171-176. https://hrcak.srce.hr/246621
Harvard Horga, S. (1983). 'Utjecaj konativnih regulativnih mehanizama na uspješnost u rukometu', Kinesiology, 15.(2.), str. 171-176. Preuzeto s: https://hrcak.srce.hr/246621 (Datum pristupa: 08.03.2021.)
Vancouver Horga S. Utjecaj konativnih regulativnih mehanizama na uspješnost u rukometu. Kinesiology [Internet]. 1983 [pristupljeno 08.03.2021.];15.(2.):171-176. Dostupno na: https://hrcak.srce.hr/246621
IEEE S. Horga, "Utjecaj konativnih regulativnih mehanizama na uspješnost u rukometu", Kinesiology, vol.15., br. 2., str. 171-176, 1983. [Online]. Dostupno na: https://hrcak.srce.hr/246621. [Citirano: 08.03.2021.]
Sažetak The influence of player personality structure on performance in handball was investigated on a group of 53 students of the Faculty of Physical Education in Zagreb whose level in handball on average equalled that of the local league.
The results of the subjects regrading personality factors, which served as the predictive set of the variables, were determined on the basis of regression coefficients stablished in the investigation of Momirović, Horga and Bosnar. 1982. The following personality factors, i. e. conative regulatory mechanisms were tested:
- efficacy of the system for regulation and control of defence reactions
- efficacy of the system for regulation and control of attack reactions
- efficacy of the system for regulation and control of organic functions
- efficacy of the system for homeostatic regulation
- efficacy of the system for integration of regulatory functions
- efficacy of the system for regulation and control of the activity level.
The performance variables of the first criterial set were defined as factor values of the subjects' situational motoric abilities in handball, based on a confirmative factor analysis of 22 tests of situational motoric abilities (Pavlin, Šimenc and Delija, 1982). The situational motoric abilities were as follows:
- precision (PRECIZ)
- manipulation with the ball (BARLOP)
- speed of movement with the ball (BKRSLO)
- speed of movement without the ball (BKRBLO)
- ball-throwing power (SIZBLO)
The performance variables of the second criterial set were defined as the efficacy of the subjects in various elements of the game. These were independently evaluated by competent experts on a scale of one to five, with each element being evaluated separately after observation of the subjects over four matches. The following elements were evaluated:
- efficacy of technique (TEHNIK)
- efficacy of tactics in attack (NAPAD)
- efficacy of tactics in defence (obrana)
- creativity (STVARA)
- responsibility (ODGOVOR)
- commitment (ANGAZI)
- behaviour (PONASA)
- general impression of players efficacy (OPCOCJ).
A quasicanonical correlation analysis (Momirović, Dobrić and Karaman, 1983) was used to determine the correlation between handball player personality structure and results for situational motoric factors, and separately between personality structure and evaluations of performance in handball. The influence of personality structure on the results of the subjects for each individual situational motoric ability and on each individual evaluation of performance was determined by a quasiregressional analysis (Štalec and Momirović, 1983).
A weak positive correlation was observed between efficient regulation of the conversion-asthenic type of behaviour and the situational motoric ability speed of movement without the ball in sequence typical for handball.
The influence of conative regulatory mechanisms on performance, in the game was not statistically significant and therefore it was concluded that a new investigation of this problem is required with a differently defined manner of evaluating performance.