The reality of the split and selective attention of young players in some clubs of the Middle Euphrates in Taekwondo, according to the technology of the RehaCom system

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Diaa Fadel Abbas, Dr. Shaima Ali Khamis

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The purpose of the study was to application of split and selective attention tests mediated by the RehaCom system to young players in some clubs of the Middle Euphrates in Taekwondo, and recognition the level of these two types of attention they have, and the researchers adopted the descriptive approach in the survey method on a sample of young Taekwondo players for the sports season (2020-2021) of (120) players. Of them (52) players were chosen (43,333%) by the random method of the main application sample, and from them (10) players were selected (8,333%) by the random method of the exploratory experiment sample. Head of conducting exams in research for the period between (2/8/2021) until (3/23/2021), After applying the tests of the RehaCom system by conducting the main survey on them, the results were processed by the Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS) (V26) to make the conclusions and recommendations that the ability to divided attention was at an acceptable level for young Taekwondo players with a variation at this level among them, and that the ability to selective attention It was at a level acceptable to them also and at this level between them, and it is necessary to increase the interest in supporting the trainers' knowledge of the importance of selective and divided attention and its role in the positive impact on young players, and it is necessary for Taekwondo sports clubs to work on finding a cooperation formula to benefit from the expertise of academics in sports psychology.

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Dr. Shaima Ali Khamis, D. F. A. . (2021). The reality of the split and selective attention of young players in some clubs of the Middle Euphrates in Taekwondo, according to the technology of the RehaCom system. Annals of the Romanian Society for Cell Biology, 25(6), 747–756. Retrieved from https://annalsofrscb.ro/index.php/journal/article/view/5491
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