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The effect of height on perceived anxiety when overcoming a challenge obstacle
Bóday, Anna ; Baláš, Jiří (advisor) ; Zdobinský, Adam (referee)
Title: The effect of height on perceived anxiety when overcoming a challenge obstacle Objectives: The aim of this final thesis was to determine the immediate psychical response of overcoming the adrenaline barrier in the natural environment. In two cases. At first without the heigh aspect and than with this height aspect. Afterwards we had compared difference between measure of anxiety in these two cases. Then we had compared the difference in the level of anxiety between women and men. Methods: The method of researching was standardized questionnaire CSAI -2, with 27 questions. Which targets three areas of anxiety - somatic, cognitiv, self-confidence. We had a group of 34 respondents with 20 female and 14 male aged 20-26. They had to answer on this questionnare just before they overcome the obstacle. First on the floor, and than up in eleven metres above the ground. Data was analyzed by statistic program R 4.1.2. Results: Between the low and high logs, there was a significant increase in somatic anxiety (V = 43, Padj <0.001) and cognitive anxiety (V = 93, Padj = 0.002), at the same time, there was a decrease in self-confidence (df = 33, t = 4.06, Padj <0.001). Anxiety levels between the low and high log are highly correlated for both somatic (τ = 0.478, z = 3.78, Padj <0.001) and cognitive anxiety...

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