The role of exercise in personality developmentAuthor(s):
Ghulam Wali MubarizAbstract:
One of the main factors in the growth and flourishing of each person's mental and intellectual talents is movement. Psychologists believe that the more a wide range of environmental, educational, and psychosocial connections are given to a person, the more he or she will help his or her latent talents grow. Children and adolescents who have the opportunity to demonstrate their talents, abilities, competencies and skills in sports fields and show initiative, creativity and possibly innovation in relation to sports problems will have a more appropriate environment and educational conditions; Especially if these environmental factors are further supported by positive attitudes, appreciation and encouragement from parents, parents and peers for expressing creativity and achieving individual success. Also, since during the game or before and after, all participants in the group practice have the right to express their views in order to improve the situation, the presentation of comments by each player at different times, is acceptable. Their opinions will be shared by others. This acceptance will gradually increase the power of one's field and leadership. One of the most common classifications that psychologists use in relation to different types of personality types is introverted and extroverted. Introverts are people whose reaction to different situations is negative or who run away from these situations and are silent and calm. On the other hand, extroverts react positively to situations, talk more than introverts, and have more social contact. Pages: 34-36 | Views: 348 | Downloads: 132Download Full Article: Click Here
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Ghulam Wali Mubariz. The role of exercise in personality development. Int J Adv Acad Stud 2020;2(2):34-36.