ANALYZE OF THE RELATIONS AMONG MOOD STATES AND THE EXPECTATIVE RESUTS IN GENERAL AND EXPECIFICS JAI-ALAI PLAYERS MOTRICE TASKS RESEARCH
Amenabar Perurena, B., and Dorleta Ugalde, U., University of The Basque Country, Spain
This project's main goal is to observe the fluctuation, differences and relations produced in the Mood-states and expectative results and obtained results, in relation to general and specifics Jai-alai players motrices task results. It has been used N=45 athletes, constituting the all universe, with a quasi-experimental pre-post competitions design. Both "ad hoc" designed tests one of them general and the other specific are realised in three different moments with a graduated progressive difficulty in each of them. Results show that in specific tests the significative differences are only in the second occasion, among the espectatives and the results, meanwhile observing the general tests there are in the three occasions. (0.000). As for in the mood-states behaviour, and centraiting in the general tests, the graphic representation is approached to the "Iceberg profile". It also demonstrates a positive and significative correlation among, expectative results with tension and depression, in the third occasion of the specific test, the most difficult one.