Attentional control and its relationship to signal communication in Iraqi volleyball referees
The purpose of the study was to develop measures of attentional control and signal communication in order to determine their level among volleyball referees in Iraq, as well as to determine the correlation between attentional control and signal communication among volleyball referees in Iraq. As the research problem was defined, and based on the researchers' experience as specialists in this field, it was discovered that there is a discrepancy and sometimes fluctuation in the arbitral level in the performance of volleyball referees between one match and another, which negatively affects the match results. Among them is a lack of attentional control and insufficient communication with the signal, or the failure to use them in an appropriate manner and time, which he considers a problem. Therefore, the researchers decided to engage in the study of this relationship to determine the level of attentional control and signal communication in volleyball referees in Iraq by examining the relationship between them and whether it is possible to predict attentional control and signal communication for volleyball referees in Iraq to advance the reality of arbitration in volleyball referees in Iraq.
Al-Nasraw, Zeyad Aneed Salman and Sheila, Sawsan Hodoud
"Attentional control and its relationship to signal communication in Iraqi volleyball referees,"
Journal of STEPS for Humanities and Social Sciences: Vol. 1
, Article 79.
Available at: https://doi.org/10.55384/2790-4237.1142
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