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Shiva Sasanimogadam, Hasan Bahrololom,
Volume 1, Issue 1 (9-2011)

Emotional intelligence  is the main factor for predicting individual performance and also it is known as the most important force for leading  and success. The aim of this research was the relationship between Emotional Intelligence and  psycological skills in female athletes student at Shahrood University of  Technology. The sample consists of 40 athletes, selected on the base of  purposive sampling. To collect data T. Bradberry & J. Greaves emotional intelligence and OMCET-3 inventory was used. Collective data were analyzed using descriptive statistic and correlation between parameters  (P<0/05).
    The results showed that there is a positive significant relationship between emotional intelligence and self-confidence, relax, reinforcement, re- concentration. They also show that there is a positive significant relationship between self–management component and skills self-confidence, controling the stress, relax, controling the fear , concentration  and re-concentration. The finding also indicated a positive significant relationship between social-awareness and relationship-management and skills of self-confidence and relax respectivily .

Volume 4, Issue 7 (8-2014)

The aim of this study was to analyze the relationship between emotional intelligence and organizational citizenship behaviors. The statistical population of this study was the staff members of Physical Education Organization of Khorasan-e Razavi Province (N=75). The size of population was selected as, the size of sample. For gathering data, two standard questionnaires, driven from emotional intelligence (Schuz et al, 1993) and organizational citizenship behavior (Organ and Konovsky, 1996) were used. Validity of questionnaires was achieved through considering comments of professors of sport management course and by using Cronbach’s alpha test the reliability of knowledge management and creativity questionnaires were found to be 0.78 and 0.81, respectively. The research method is descriptive and correlational which has been done through field method. Descriptive scales and Kolmogorov-Smirnov statistical tests, Pearson correlation coefficient and regression analysis were used to analyze the data. The results of correlation test indicated that there is a positive and significant relation between (r=0.263, P=0.03) emotional intelligence satisfaction and organizational citizenship behavior. Furthermore between Emotional Intelligence and factors altruism (r=0.249, P=0.041), the conscience (r=0.243, P=0.046) positive and significant relationship was observed. But between emotional intelligence and factors sportsmanship (r=0.121, P=0.327), civic virtue (r=0.063, P=0.612) and courtesy (r=0.107, P=0.384) no-significant relationship was observed. Furthermore the results of regression analysis showed that emotional intelligence is expect to qualify altruism and conscience. Therefore can take the advantage of learned behaviors in the organization, to improve the emotional intelligence of employees paid out and standard work and by improving systems of proper promotion system based on merit principles of mental and emotional efficiency in work and organizational citizenship behavior in the organization expanded.
Mr Meysam Shah Hoseini, Dr Aidin Zarifi, Dr Farhad Ghadiri,
Volume 6, Issue 11 (9-2016)

The purpose of this study was to predict competition result of judo players base on emotional intelligence and its subscales. To get this research done, a 70 person sample from Population of judo players of national leagues in 90-91 season were selected (age = 22.0 ± 3.36 year, judo experience 8.4 ± 2.33 year). The instrument which used in this research was emotional intelligence questionnaire of “Bar-on” that was completed by athletes prior to the competition. Then, the competition result of each athlete was recorded in the questionnaire by the researcher. To analysis the data, descriptive Statistics, independent t_test and logistic regression were used. The results indicate that there is a significant relationship between emotional intelligence and its subscales with the result of competition and also emotional intelligence including three of its subscales that is: emotional self-awareness, realization, and impulse-control, might be proper predictors of competition result in athletes. Therefore improving and developing of these subscales can be effective in increasing success chance in the athletes

Mr Ali Akbar Hosein Nezhad, Dr Saeed Sadeghi Boroujerdi, Dr Mahdi Shahbazi,
Volume 8, Issue 15 (8-2018)

This study examined the relationship between emotional intelligence with sport Orientation of Male athletes of Confrontational fields and non_ Confrontational. the method of research is Descriptive-survey and population of the study, 200 participants of Confrontational fields (handball, futsal, basketball, karate, kung fu) and non_ Confrontational (table tennis, chess, swimming, volleyball, gymnastics) of Sanandaj that was randomly selected. Participants of both emotional intelligence questionnaire of Lan et al. (2009) and McGill’s questionnaire and Dieter’s (1998) they were completed. And using Pearson’s correlation and multiple regression tests and Fisher's z at a significance level (level 05 / 0≥p) were analyzed. The result of Correlation analysis showed a significant correlation between emotional intelligence and athletic component of orientation and non-orientation is existing. Also the relationship between emotional intelligence and sport orientation in Confrontational and non_ Confrontational fields is not significant defenses. According to the results of study for achievement of Confrontational and non_ Confrontational athletes, sports equipment recommended.
Mahmod Mohebi, Sahar Zarei, Hassan Gharaian Zandi,
Volume 11, Issue 21 (7-2021)

The purpose of this research was conducted to examine the relationship between emotional intelligence and perfectionism, quality of coach–athlete relationship in elite material arts. Present study research method was descriptive– correlational, The statistical population included all the martial arts (Taekwondo, karate, judo, wushu and wrestling) present in Super league Competitions in 2017 and 300 male (60 Coaches and 240 Athletes) were participated and completed the Questionnaires of emotional intelligence, perfectionism and quality of coach–athlete relationship. The data was analyzed by Pearson correlation and multiple regression (Enter method) tests. The results revealed a significant relationship between emotional intelligence and self-oriented perfectionism with quality of coach–athlete relationship (p>0.01), In addition, Data analysis revealed that emotional intelligence and perfectionism predict 58 percent of quality of coach–athlete relationship variance, But this prediction was reversed with dimensions of other-oriented and socially prescribed perfectionism. (p>0.001). According to the findings, It seems that character of emotional intelligence and perfectionism in Coaches have an effective role in quality of coach–athlete relationship and the levels of quality of this relationship which elite material arts uses is correlated with these characteristics.

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