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PSYCHOMETRIX TESTS

Psychometrics is the applied science concerned with the measurement of psychological features such as knowledge, abilities, attitudes, personality traits, etc. that make up a person in its whole, through questionnaires, tests, scales, etc. ATHLOMETRIX, in collaboration with athletic psychologists, has developed a psychometric test based on international scientific literature so that it can present a full psychological profile of each athlete-member of the platform.

  • LEADERSHIP

    Leadership refers to the athlete’s tendency to motivate and inspire other members of the team. Out-of-bound values indicate that the athlete has difficulty taking the lead of an effort.

  • TEAMWORK

    Assessment of the athlete’s perceptions about the team he/ she is participating in. Out-of-bound values indicate that the athlete needs to be gently taught and encouraged to recognise and appreciate of the value of team behaviour.

  • RESPONSIBILITY

    This questionnaire is designed to evaluate the athlete’s responsible behavior in every day life and field. Out-of-bound values indicate that the athlete needs to be gently taught and encouraged to better organize and manage everyday habits.

  • SELF-CONFIDENCE

    Refers to the athlete’s perception of ability to succeed in games. Out-of-bound values indicate that the athlete does not feel confident about his/ her sports performance skills.

  • WINNING ATTITUDE

    The athlete’s tendency to set goals high, stay focused and monitor progress instead of specific results. Out-of-bound values indicate that the athlete is unable to recover soon after a mistame or negative outcome.

  • SELF-ESTEEM INVENTORY

    Refers to the athlete’s perception of ability to succeed in games. Out-of-bound values indicate that the athlete does not feel confident about his/ her sports performance skills.

  • FOCUS ON TASK, EGO ORIENTATION

    The satisfaction the athlete feels when winning others. Out-of-bound values indicate that the athlete feels joy only when winning, without counting factors such as personal improvement, opponents’ ability, etc.

  • FOCUS ON TASK, TASK ORIENTATION

    Refers to the athlete’s satisfaction evaluation in terms of self evolution and developement. Out-of-bound values suggest insufficient cognitive assessment of self improvement, that may result in disappointment.

  • INTERNAL EMOTIONAL CONTROL

    Refers to the athlete’s tendency to set goals and work to “crush” them. Out-of-bound values indicate that the athlete waits for others to set the goals and direct him/ her towards their achievement.

  • EXTERNAL EMOTIONAL CONTROL

    Refers to the athlete’s tendency to attribute outcomes of their actions to external factors and circumstances (luck, coach, field conditions, weather etc). Out-of-bound values indicate that the athlete does not focus on his/ her personal actions to preserve or alter a result.

  • TRAIT ANXIENTY INVENTORY

    Trait anxiety describes a personality characteristic rather than a temporary feeling. It Refers to feelings of stress, worry, discomfort, etc. that the young athlete experiences on a day to day basis. This is usually perceived as how people feel across typical situations that everyone experiences on a daily basis. Out-of-bound values indicate that the athlete has difficulties in dealing with stressful situations (eg exams, competitions, games etc.).

  • STATE ANXIENTY INVENTORY

    Refers to how the athlete is feeling at the time of a perceived “threat” (before the game starts) and is considered temporary. Out-of-bound values indicate that the athlete is unable to handle pre-game anxiety, thus his/ her performance gets affected.