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|Title:||Assess psychomotor, sensory-perceptual functions in team-sport games|
|Citation:||Assess psychomotor, sensory-perceptual functions in team-sport games / Gennadii Lisenchuk, Gennadii Zhigadlo, Valeria Tushchenko, Tetiana Odynets, Halyana Omelianenko, Pavlo Pyptiuk, Olena Bessarabova, Lia Galchenko, Igor Dyadechko // Journal of Physical Education and Sport. - 2019. - Vol.19, is. 2. - P. 1205-1212. (Scopus)|
|Abstract:||Studies demonstrate to investigate the impact of team-sport gameson the formation of theoretical knowledge and tactical thinking in freshmen students of Zaporizhzhia National University (ZNU). Methods. Overall, 163 freshmen students (57 handball players, 51 football players and 55 basketball players) were enrolled. To assess the influence of training practices in team-sport gameson the level of theoretical knowledge and tactical thinking of ZNU students, we conducted and analyzed the dynamics of the relevant indicators. The recorded data was compared at the beginning and end of the study. The levels of theoretical knowledge and tactical thinking of the students involved in basketball, handball and football was assessed using the innovation computer program. Results. It was observed that most of the investigated characteristics in all studied groups of students steadily improved during the year. The tactical thinking level of student athletes with excellent value in performance football was 15.69%; in handball – 33.33%; in basketball – 14.55%. The theoretical thinking level of student athletes with excellent value in performance football was 19.61%; in handball –36.84%; in basketball – 16.36%. Conclusions. Handball help expedite the flow of thought processes directed at finding efficient ways of problem-solving and achieving goals on the court, and developing a sense of extrapolating the technical actions that may occur during the game|
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