Ismailova Khadidja Yusif
Доктор биологических наук, Head Researcher in the A. I. Qaraev Institute of Physiology, Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences, ismailovakh@gmail.com, Baku
Sultanov Murad Balabek
PhD Cand. in the A.I.Qaraev Institute of Physiology, Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences, murad.sultan.81@mail.ru, Baku


The aim of research is to study of the types of temperament, their interaction with the parameters of personality characteristics of youth footballers, and compare them with amateur students of a sports university. The purpose of the article is to reveal the psychoemotional differences between two groups of interest. Methodology. The technique used involved comparative and exact methods of research between different types of temperament and their personal characteristics, as well as correlation studies between personal characteristics of footballers and students. Participants in the research included 65 man. The age range of the participants was 17–20 years. The research revealed dominance of the choleric and sanguine types of temperament is established, corresponding to the extraverted property of the nervous system in the representatives of the both groups (p < 0,05). In addition, extraversion among the parameters of personal characteristics is more inherent to students (p < 0,01). Parameters psychoticism and neuroticism are inherent to footballers (p < 0,01), both psychoticism and social desirability (p < 0,01). At the students dominated interrelationship between psychoticism and extraversion (p < 0,05). The conclusion of the article it should be noted that specifics of personality traits among youth footballers reflect the specifics of the reorganization of emotional regulation of behavior and social interaction in professional sports activities. At the students, specifics of personality traits helps to preserve positive mood, which is searches in amateurs.
temperament, psychoticism, extraversion, neuroticism, social desirability, footballers, students

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