International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 2, Issue 9, Part K (2016)
Study of different dimensions of personality of Indian soccer referees
Dr. Vijay Bahadur Singh Bisht
A study was conducted to analyze and compare the personality (Extraversion/Introversion and Neuroticism/Stable dimension) of Indian soccer referees. Total 200 Indian male, active and retired, FIFA/National Referees (Elite group) and State Football referees, divided into two groups of 100 referees in one group, were taken as subjects.
Findings of the study revealed that majority of the elite referees were found to be more extrovert and stable dimension of personality while on other hand majority of state referees were found of more introvert and neurotic dimension of personality. State referees were more neurotic and less stable than elite referees while Elite referees are more Extrovert (or less Introvert) than their state counterparts.
How to cite this article:
Dr. Vijay Bahadur Singh Bisht. Study of different dimensions of personality of Indian soccer referees. International Journal of Applied Research. 2016; 2(9): 745-747.