publication . Article . 2017

Group cohesion in sports teams of different professional level

Vazha M. Devishvili; Marina O. Mdivani; Daria S. Elgina;
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  • Published: 01 Dec 2017 Journal: National Psychological Journal (issn: 2079-6617, eissn: 2309-9828, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Russian Psychological Society
Abstract
Background. Team sports are not only the most exciting sporting events. but also complex activities that make serious demands on players. The effectiveness of the team depends not only on the high level of gaming interaction. but also on the relationship between the players. The work is based on the material of sports teams and is devoted to the study of the phenomenon of group cohesion. As a basic model. the authors choose a 4-factor model that describes cohesion in sports teams. The paper also considered the phenomenon of the emergence of the aggregate subject in the process of joint activity. when the participants feel themselves as a whole and experience fee...
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free text keywords: cohesion of the group, cohesion of the sports team. subject-subject interaction. level of subjective unity. amateur and professional teams. kind of sport, cohesion of the sports team, subject-subject interaction, level of subjective unity, amateur and professional teams, kind of sport, Psychology, BF1-990

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