The impact of normative feedback (positive and negative) on static and dynamic balance on gymnast children aged 8 to 13

Document Type : علمی- پژوهشی


Master of Motor Behavior, Al-Zahra University


the goal of this research is investigating the impact of positive and negative normative feedback on static and stable balance in gymnast children aged 8 to 13. Methodology: current paper is a quasi-experimental research, in which 30 athlete children in the age range of 8 to 13 are randomly chosen. The instruments used are stable balance tests of Lak Lak. For descriptive analysis of data, mean and standard deviation, for inferential analysis, ANOVA (3.3) with significant of0/05, and for data analysis SPSS 19 are used. Results: the results obtained show that there is significant difference in acquisition level in stable balance between groups (p < 0.05).
Conclusion: According to these findings, normative feedback improves static balance of gymnast children. Providing successful and unsuccessful experiences, normative feedback may have positive motivational effects on performance.