عنوان مقاله [English]
Purpose: The present study was conducted to investigate the moderating effect of personality type on learning badminton skills in random and blocked methods.
Methods: This study is a quasi-experimental study with a four group post-test pre-test design. The statistical population was the students of Tabriz University that using Friedman and Rosenman questionnaires, individuals with personality types A and B were selected and each personality type was divided into two groups of blocked and random training. Acquisition test was performed for ten sessions and in each session, three packs of twenty attempts and retention and transfer test were performed 48 hours after acquisition. Data were analyzed by analysis of variance with repeated measures.
Results: In the acquisition of the blocked method had a significant advantage over the random one and the learners' personality type does not play a role in it. There was no significant difference in retention between the 4 groups. In the transfer stage, random training in both personality type A and B groups was statistically superior to the others.
Conclusion: It seems that personality type does not have a significant moderating role in random and blocked training and also blocked training in the acquisition phase and random training in the transfer phase has priority.