Study of psychological energy efficiency among excellent handball players


  • Saad Khudhair Najd
  • Prof. Dr. Haider Odeh Zaghir



Psychological energy efficiency, Excellent handball


The research included an introduction to the research and its importance. It includes the concept of psychological energy, which is important and fundamental, and has a significant impact on the results of behavior and the performance of players. It is one of the important psychological concepts for every person, as every person exerts a lot in order to achieve optimal psychological energy, which is what drives the individual to grow and improve and express himself verbally. Therefore, study and research in this field is a very necessary process to understand the importance of psychological energy, especially among handball players. Research problem: The competitive situation in handball involves describing the psychological methods that aim to control and change the player’s behavior through the experiences and organized training provided to the athlete and attempts to make them feel psychologically stable and find the connection that helps the player to find the integrated development of the player, which is linked to the psychological energy factor and its A role on tactical and skill performance. Psychological energy has an effective impact on what players do in matches, including emotions, fanaticism, and psychological distress. This will therefore affect the players’ behavior by creating a state of tension and lack of psychological calm, and this is reflected in the performance in the match. The study aimed to identify the levels of A measure of the psychological energy of match handball players. The second chapter included theoretical studies similar to the concept of psychological energy. The third chapter included the research methodology and field procedures. The researchers chose the descriptive approach. The research sample included Iraqi Premier League handball players. The fourth chapter included the presentation and discussion of the results, and the fifth chapter included conclusions and recommendations.