Research of the role of self-consciousness on the efficiency of sportsmen rehabilitation
Geography. Anthropology. Recreation
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AbstractBackground: empirically explain the role of the individual identity of the sportsman on the effectiveness of rehabilitation after injury. Material/Methods: The experiment involved 22 athletes, representatives of individual sports (weightlifting, Greco-Roman wrestling and gymnastics). All athletes had injuries of the musculoskeletal system and began moderate rehabilitation period. The study used specially adapted test evaluation grids to determine the level of anxiety. Results: It was determined that personified psychological work should be aimed at optimizing the internal installations of athletes. It affects the speed and quality of the rehabilitation process, improves the selective ability of the individual, positive impact on their career. Found that increasing the amount of information in the personal construct increases the level of personal development. Conclusions: It is advisable to include the theory of personal constructs in a program of psychological rehabilitation of athletes.