PSYCHOLOGICAL COMPATIBILITY OF WOMEN'S HANDBALL TEAM

Authors Shalar O.G.
shalar@ksu.ks.ua
Kherson State University
40year of October str. 27, Kherson, 73000, Ukraine

Snopova Y.A.
shalar@ksu.ks.ua
Kherson State University
40year of October str. 27, Kherson, 73000, Ukraine

Strykalenko E.A.
shalar@ksu.ks.ua
Kherson State University
40year of October str. 27, Kherson, 73000, Ukraine

Abstract The results of study of psychological compatibility of womanish handball commands are presented. The psychological climate of command is investigational. Certain and adapted methods of estimation of psychological compatibility in the command playing types of sport. Psychological tests allow to expose the strong and weak sides of psychology of sportsmen. These information can be used for more effective program of psychological preparation of sportsmen development. It is necessary to improve determination of separate individual qualities of personality of sportsmen.
Key words compatibility; conflict; communication; attraction; cohesion; and psychological climate;
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Volume 1
Year 2010
Title of Journal Fiziceskoe vospitanie studentov=Physical Education of Students
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