Efeito do resultado do jogo sobre os estados de humor de uma equipe de voleibol

Francisco Zacaron Werneck, Renato Melo Ferreira, Marcos Doederlein Polito, Emerson Filipino Coelho, Lamartine Pereira da Costa

Resumo

Objetivo: verificar o efeito do resultado do jogo sobre os estados de humor de uma equipe de voleibol feminino. Métodos: doze atletas amadoras responderam ao POMS (Perfil dos Estados de Humor) 30 minutos antes e 30 minutos após sete partidas de um campeonato intermunicipal de voleibol. Foram analisadas as variáveis: tensão, depressão, raiva, vigor, fadiga e confusão mental. Resultados: em relação ao perfil de humor da equipe, verificou-se que nas derrotas houve aumento significativo de tensão, raiva e confusão mental e queda no vigor quando comparado a situação de vitória. Conclusão: o estado de humor de uma equipe de voleibol feminino é influenciado pelo resultado do jogo.

ABSTRACT. Effect of outcome of the game on the moods of a volleyball team. Objective: verify the effect of the game outcome on female volleyball team’s mood states. Methods: twelve amateur athletes were submitted to POMS (Profile of Mood States), 30 minutes before and 30 minutes after seven matches of an intercity championship. Dependent variables were tension, depression, anger, vigor, fatigue and confusion. Results: regarding the team’s humor profile, it was verified that in the defeats there was a significant increase of tension, anger and mental confusion and decrease in vigor when compared to the situation of victory. Conclusion: the outcome of the game was found to influence female volleyball team’s mood states.

Palavras-chave

Emoções; Atletas; Voleibol

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