CORRELATION BETWEEN LEVEL OF ANXIETY WITH THE RESULTS OF PENALTY STROKE IN FIELD HOCKEY
Anxiety is often considered to be an important factor affecting athletic performance. One of them is ice hockey. This study is about the fear of field hockey penalty kicks. The purpose of this study is to clarify the correlation between anxiety levels and penalty kick results in field hockey games. The survey method used the descriptive correlation method. The survey sample consisted of 25 field hockey players from the activity unit of the Hockey Student Association of Indonesia University of Education and was extracted using a saturated sampling technique. The equipment used is the Sports Competitive Anxiety Test (SCAT) Questionnaire and Penalty Stroke Test to measure anxiety levels. Statistical hypothesis testing was performed using IBM SPSS Statistics version 21 software. Correlation between anxiety level and penalty stroke score using Pearson's statistical analysis. The results of the analysis show the value of sig. of anxiety level is -0.632, p <0.05, H0 is rejected at fear level. This means that there is a significant correlation between fear levels and the outcome of field hockey penalty kicks.