Baljinder Singh,Manpreet Kaur and Manjit Singh An Empirical Comparison of Competitive State Anxiety (CSA) in Sports
Performance based on open skills may be more influenced by anxiety and self-confidence than performance based on closed skills. Evidence from the literature on precompetitive mood and performance suggests that the more an athlete interacts with an opponent, the more likely the opponent’s actions or performance will exert an influence on the relationship be- tween mood and performance. Anxiety may have a different impact on performance on these two types of skills, based on how the influence of the environment and other competitors potentially moderate the anxiety/performance relationship. An open skill can involve either an individual or team sport with the athlete per- forming in an interactive and ever-changing environment (basketball, tennis). As there is more contact with the opponent in open skill sports, therefore one could predict... A closed skill is performed in a more stable environment that is relatively predictable and often self-paced (i.e., golf, gymnastics, crew teams).
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