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Panteleeva G.V. Research anticipation in athletes by methods of psychodiagnostics and electromyography

Research anticipation in athletes by methods of psychodiagnostics and electromyography
Galina Vladimirovna Panteleeva, the candidate of psychological sciences,
The Lesgaft National State University of Physical Education, Sports and Health, St. Petersburg

Annotation
The development, creation and testing of the test “A5 – five types of anticipation in athletes” was carried out by the author of this publication (co-authored) during 2018–2019. The psycho-diagnostic technique is a questionnaire consisting of 100 statements. For each anticipatory ability – spatial (S), spatial-event (SE), event (E), temporal-event (TE), temporal (T) – 20 statements each. There are six scales in the technique: five listed above, and one total (Level A). Testing – checking for reliability and validity – a specific procedure requiring a certain time for its implementation. This article describes one of the steps for testing a reliability test. With reference to an empirical study of anticipation by electromyography, colleagues from the University of Physical Education and Sports (Bacau, Romania, 2014), this article shows the reliability of the spatial-event (SE), event (E) and temporal-event (TE) anticipation scales of psychodiagnostic test “A5 – five types of anticipation in athletes”.
Keywords: anticipation, spatial-event anticipation, event anticipation, temporal-event anticipation, psychodiagnosis, electromyography.
 
References
  1. Voronov, I.A. and Panteleeva, G.V. (2019), “Creation and testing of the psychodiagnostic test "A-5 – five types of anticipation in athletes"”, Uchenye zapiski universiteta imeni P.F. Lesgafta, No 7 (173), pp. 231–236.
  2. Panteleeva, G.V. (2019), “The problem of the grouping variab1le "sports ranks and categories" in the study of anticipation in athletes”, Uchenye zapiski universiteta imeni P.F. Lesgafta, No 9 (175), pp. 388–391.
  3. Botezatu, C., Andrei, C., de Hillerin, P.J. (2014), “Neuromuscular Aspects of Anticipation in Preparing the Body for the Contact Structure in Motrice Performance”, Sport Science Review, vol. XXIII, no. 1-2, 1–23.
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Article arrived in edition 16.10.2019
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