COMPARATIVE STUDY OF KINESTHETIC PERCEPTION BETWEEN HIGH SPORTS PERFORMANCE AND HIGH ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE GROUPS
Keywords:Propioreceptors, Kinesthetic Perception, High Sports Performance Group and High Academic Performance Group.
The kind of sense organs found within the muscles and joints are called proprioceptors. The function of propioreceptors is conduct sensory reports to the central nervous system from muscles, tendons, ligaments and joints. These sense organs are concerned with kinesthetic senses that, in general, unconsciously tell us where our body part in relation to our environment. The objective of this study was to determine the difference of kinesthetic perception between high sports performance and high academic performance groups. In this research Total sixty (N=60) healthy teenagers boys were randomly selected as subjects for the present study from Maun Nath Bhanjan district of Uttar Pradesh. As Kinesthetic is the sense of position, location and orientation so, it was measured by kinesthetic obstacles test. The Independent t-test was used for the kinesthetic perception comparison of both groups. The level of significance was set at 0.05. The results showed the significant difference between HSPG & HAPG.
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