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Doctoral Thesis
Document
Author
Full name
João Ricardo Lebert Cozac
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2016
Supervisor
Committee
Simões, Antonio Carlos (President)
Bassan, Julio Cesar
Carvalho, Yara Maria de
Cortez, José Alberto Aguilar
Lima, Fernando Falabella Tavares de
Title in Portuguese
Fatores de ativação mental e emocional no comportamento e desempenho de tenistas juvenis sob a perspectiva do discurso do sujeito coletivo
Keywords in Portuguese
Adolescência
Ansiedade
Ativação
Concentração
Discurso do sujeito coletivo
Psicologia do esporte
Regulação
Tênis
Abstract in Portuguese
O tênis é uma das modalidades esportivas que mobiliza um conjunto de fatores alinhados com os estados psicológicos (mentais e emocionais). O presente estudo tem, como foco principal, investigar no âmbito do tênis de competição, o discurso do sujeito coletivo relacionado com fatores de ativação e regulação interna e suas relações com as tendências de comportamento de competências competitivas de tenistas juvenis em categorias de base. Uma abordagem mais aprofundada envolvendo a psicologia do esporte foi desenvolvida visando aclarar a presença dos fatores de regulação de ativação no comportamento e no desempenho de tenistas juvenis. Isto porque durante o período de desenvolvimento do sistema nervoso central se torna fundamental para a realização de análises amplas e adequadas acerca dos estímulos ambientais influenciando no desenvolvimento motor, cognitivo e afetivo-social. A partir daí, foi utilizado o Método denominado "Discurso do Sujeito Coletivo - DSC", visando qualificar os discursos dos sujeitos através de quatro questões relacionadas com respostas a respeito dos estados de ansiedade e concentração no desempenho de 12 tenistas juvenis pertencentes a um clube - da cidade de São Paulo, que mantém equipes de tênis filiadas à federação e a confederação dessa modalidade no Brasil
Title in English
Mental and emotional activation factors of behavior and performance of young tennis players from the perspective of the collective subject discourse
Keywords in English
Activation
Adolescence
Anxiety
Collective subject discourse
Concentration
Regulation
Sports psychology
Tennis
Abstract in English
Tennis is one of the sports that mobilizes a set of factors aligned with the psychological states (mental and emotional). This study has as its focus to investigate under competition tennis, the collective subject discourse related to activation and internal regulation factors and its relations with the competitive skills of behavioral tendencies of young tennis players in youth academies. A further approach involving sports psychology was developed to clarify the presence of activation regulatory factors in the behavior and performance of young tennis players. This is because in the central nervous system development period becomes essential for carrying out comprehensive and proper analysis regarding the environmental stimuli influencing motor, cognitive and affective-social development. From there, we used the method denominated "Collective Subject Discourse - DSC", aiming to qualify the discourse of the subjects through four issues with answers regarding the anxiety and concentration states in the performance of 12 youth tennis players belonging to a club - in the city of São Paulo, which keeps tennis teams affiliated to the federation and confederation of this modality in Brazil
 
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2016-08-24
 
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