The relationship between emotional intelligence and hardiness on stress resistance in athletes with disabilities in Indonesian national Paralympic committee
Keywords:athletes disabilities, emotional intelligence, hardiness, stress resistance
The purpose was to determine the relationship between emotional intelligence and hardiness on stress resistance in athletes with disabilities. This research is a quantitative approach. The data analysis technique using SPSS 22 16.0. The results can be concluded: (1) Emotional Intelligence and Stress Resistance, in athletes with disabilities with a total blindness correlation value of 0.450 with p. value or a significance of 0.062. (2) Emotional Intelligence and Stress Resistance, in athletes with disabilities with a low vision correlation value of 0.568 with p. value or a significance of 0.001. (3) Hardiness and Stress Resistance, in Athletes with Disabilities with a Blind correlation value of 0.638 with p. value or a significance of 0.002. (4) Hardiness and Stress Resistance in Athletes with Disabilities with Low Vision correlation value of 0.573 with p. value or a significance of 0.001. (5) Emotional Intelligence and Hardiness with Stress Resistance, in athletes with disabilities to Totally Blind r square of 0.495 with a significance value 0.002 which is less than 0.05. (6) Emotional Intelligence and Hardiness with Stress Resistance, in athletes with disabilities with low vision r square of 0.420 with a significance value. 0.001 which is less than 0.05.
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