Psychological Skills Assessment and Referee Rugby Sevens Performance

@inproceedings{Nazarudin2014PsychologicalSA,
  title={Psychological Skills Assessment and Referee Rugby Sevens Performance},
  author={Mohamad Nizam Nazarudin and Hasnol Noordin and Pathmanathan K. Suppiah and Mohamad Faiz Razali and Abdullah and Mohd Sofian Omar Fauzee and Nagoor Meera Abdullah},
  year={2014}
}
This study aims to examine the psychological skills that are commonly used among referees rugby sevens and their relationship with referees’ performance. The Psychological Skills Inventory for Sports (Mahoney, Gabriel, & Perkins, 1987) was adapted and modified specifically for use by rugby sevens referees. It was administered to 132 rugby sevens referee (mean age 33.4 + 1.5 years; 132 males) of the Malaysian Rugby Union (MRU) which has been refereed in 10 rugby sevens tournament in Malaysia… CONTINUE READING

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