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タイトル: 課題の達成要求度がテニスのフォアボレー動作に及ぼす影響
その他のタイトル: Effect of Success demand on the forehand volley movement in tennis
著者: 小田原, 智子; 藤原, 素子 link image
著者(別表記) : Odawara, Tomoko; Fujiwara, Motoko
著者読み: おだわら, ともこ; ふじわら, もとこ
キーワード: 達成要求度; テニス; フォアハンドボレー; 筋電図; success demand; tennis; forehand volley; electromyogram
発行日: 2010年 3月31日
出版者: 奈良女子大学文学部スポーツ科学教室
引用: 奈良女子大学スポーツ科学研究, 第12巻, pp.11-18
抄録: In the present study, it aimed to examine the influence of psychological pressure exerted on operation and the muscle activity during forehand volley in tennis. The subject assumed six regulation tennis experienced people (average age 21 years old, 7.6±1.6 tennis experience years). An experiment task was to hit a ball thrown from tennis-machine to decided target area (2x2m) with forehand volley. An experiment was planned 4trials as 1set, and 2kinds of condition was established. (1)Low demand condition (LD Condition,1-3trials in each set);point is added if subject succeeded volley, and point is not added if failed,(2)High demand condition(HD Condition,4th trial in each set);point is added if succeeded, but it becomes a scoreless if failed in this task. As a result, in HD condition, tension level and the state-anxiety score were higher than LD condition, although there was no significant difference in HR between HD and LD conditions. And, it is suggested that shortening in the takeback period was seen under the HD condition, Some of the subjects with high tension in HD condition, muscle activities patterns of Dertoid and muscle in forearm were conspicuously different from those in LD condition. It is suggested that psychological pressure affect motor program which decide muscle activity, than the transformation of operation is caused.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10935/1508
ISSN: 13449885
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