Comparative study of eye hand coordination and depth perception among hockey and Volleyball players
V Vikashpaul, Tahir Ramzan Bhat
The purpose of the study was to compare the Eye –hand Coordination and Depth Perception of Volleyball and Hockey players. The study was restricted to 30 Volleyball (N=15) and Hockey (N=15) players of D.C.P.E, Amravati that they were selected randomly. The research literature reviewed in this study was based on the relevant references, available in the library of Degree College of Physical Education, Amravati. The data pertaining to this study were collected on the selected subjects by using Depth Perception box to measure Depth Perception, Alternate Hand -Wall Toss test for Eye-Hand Coordination. The collected data were analyzed by employing t-test statistical techniques to find out the significant differences between the selected two groups i.e. Volleyball and Hockey players in Depth perception and Eye- hand coordination. The findings of the study revealed that table no.1 there is no significant differences in Depth perception among the selected games Volleyball and Hockey. Similarly, the finding also reveals that there was no significant difference in Eye-hand coordination between the players of both games.
V Vikashpaul, Tahir Ramzan Bhat. Comparative study of eye hand coordination and depth perception among hockey and Volleyball players. International Journal of Yoga, Physiotherapy and Physical Education, Volume 4, Issue 3, 2019, Pages 59-60