Evaluation of D2 Attention Levels of Orienteering National Team Athletes Who Are in Education Age

Fatih Bektaş


The aim of this study was to determine the levels of attention in the rest state and post-performance status of the national orienteering team athletes who are in education age with the d2 attention test. For this purpose, this study was designed with relational screening model from quantitative research approaches. 40 volunteer athletes, 14 of which were female and 26 of them were male, were included in this study group. It was analyzed by Paired Samples t test whether the pre-test and post-test scores which the athletes participating in the study got from the d2 attention test were different. There was a significant difference among the applications in all scores of the d2 test (p <0.05). When the averages of the scores were examined, it was found by performing test repetitions that selective attention ability, sustainability of attention, high motivation and psychomotor speed (TN) most marked material) didn’t decrease the stability of psychomotor speed and quality of work performed CP (number of correctly marked d2)] d2 numbers [TN- (E1) + (E2)] that were marked incorrectly or weren’t marked. As a result; it was observed with d2 test which is one of the tests used in the field of applied sports psychology to evaluate the visual focusing attention performance of the athletes that the reason of positive differentiation in the attention performances which was obtained after the intensive exercise was intense concentration and the attention levels were high due to the concentration.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.11114/jets.v7i6.4204


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