Personalidad y inteligencia emocional en el deportista de fútbol, validación de dos instrumentosPersonalidade e inteligência emocional no atleta de futebol, validaçao de dois instrumentos

  1. Costa, Sónia Maria de Brito
Supervised by:
  1. Florencio Vicente Castro Director

Defence university: Universidad de Extremadura

Fecha de defensa: 21 March 2013

Committee:
  1. Fulvio Giardina Chair
  2. María José Rabazo Méndez Secretary
  3. Fernando Bacaicoa Ganuza Committee member
  4. Juan Alfredo Jiménez Eguizábal Committee member
  5. Fernando Lara Ortega Committee member

Type: Thesis

Teseo: 333481 DIALNET

Abstract

This research is divided into three studies and was based on the Emotional Intelligence Model of Mayer and Salovey (1997) and the Five Factor Model of Costa and McCrae (1987). The first study intended to translate, adapt and validate Big Five Inventory (BFI), John, Donahue, & Kentle (1991), modified by Jonh e Srivastava (1999) and Workgroup Emotional Intelligence Profile (WEIP-S), Jordan & Lawrence (2009) instruments for Portugal that adopted the name Inventário dos Cinco Grandes Fatores da Personalidade (IGFP5) and Perfil de Inteligência Emocional em Grupo de Trabalho (PIEGT16) in 150 soccer players sample. The second and third studies assessed psychometric characteristics and the criterion concurrent validity of the two instruments Portuguese version and also Emotional Intelligence (EI) and the Personality Profile in a 369 male athletes of the same sport with an average age 19, 37 (standard deviation 5.61 years). It was used in studies 2 and 3 as the self-report measures WorkGroup Emotional Intelligence Profile (PIEGT16) Portuguese version, the Trait Meta-Mood Scale (TMMS24), Portuguese version Queiroz et al. (2005), the Big Five Inventory (IGFP5) Portuguese version and the Ten Item Personality Inventory (TIPI), Portuguese version Lima and Castro (2009). In study 1 the test-retest reliability indicating a high correlation associated with similar values of the mean size of the retest, and approximate Crobnach Alphas (?= 0,736 and ? =, 0, 722) and in IGFP (? = 0,835 and ? =0,828) in PIEGT16 revealing a good reliability test-retest. In study 2 there was a moderate Cronbach's alpha (? =0,780) in IGFP5 and (? = 0, 802) in PIEGT16 revealing good reliability, satisfactory factor analysis and a satisfactory and adequate concurrent validity criterion of the instruments compared to the standard gold instruments. The competitive level influences the management of Own Emotions and Emotional State Repair IE and Affability, Conscientiousness, Neuroticism and Openness to New Experiences of Personality (Sub-14) in all dimensions (Sub17) and Sénior, concluding the age is the influencer factor. The training period influences the level of personality dimensions Conscientiousness (IGFP5) and In Conscientious Character (TIPI). There was the influence of the professional contract in all dimensions of PIEGT16 and TMMS24 of IE and personality factors except the dimensions Extraversion, Neuroticism and Openness to New Experiences in IGFP5 dimension Extraversion and Openness to New Experiences of TIPI. Regarding the position of game occur despite lower average rank in position Goalkeeper and Right Central Defender higher rank in Left Central Defender, Right Lateral and Middle Wing/ Right Extreme but not claim that it influences the IE, however it was found that the position influences the game personality observing mean rank higher in Right Lateral Defender , Middle Wing/ Left Extreme, and Offensive Midfielder, and the lower in the Goalkeeper and Advanced Spearhead Conscientiousness and Openness to New Experiences factors. The nap influences the level of Consciousness/ Sensitivity of Own Emotions, Managing of Others Emotions, the Feelings Clarity and Repair Emotional State IE, increasing the number of hours has negative influences except the Managing of Others Emotions, and there was a significant correlation between the number of hours and Feelings Clarity, and the average rank highest found in individuals who sleep only an hour except the Management of Own Emotions. The Nap influences Conscientiousness (IGFP5) and all dimensions of TIPI, except for agreeableness, there was a significant correlation between the number of hours of Nap in Extraversion and Neuroticism, concluding that athletes who sleep only 1 hour contribute positively to increase all personality dimensions, who sleep 2 hour Nap increase their levels of Extraversion, Agreeableness, and Conscientiousness, and finally who sleep on average 4 hours contribute to the increase of Neuroticism.