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The Association of Physiological and Physical Parameters of Athletes in Different Sports with Multiple Intelligences
The aim of this study is to determine the association of the physiological and physical parameters of athletes in different sports with multiple intelligences. A total of 120 athletes participated voluntarily in the study. In the study, the Multiple Intelligence Self Evaluation Scale, which was developed by Howard Gardner, and the validity and reliability study in Turkish was conducted by Gonce Seber, was administered to the students to determine the distribution of the types of multiple intelligences. The physical measurements of students such as height, age and body weight and their movement measurements such as flexibility, static balance, standing long jump, grip strength, hanging with bent arm, 20 m endurance shuttle run, plate tapping, 10 x 5 m shuttle run and skin fold (biceps, triceps, subscapular, suprailiac, calf) measurements. 30-second sit-up tests were also carried out. As a result, the physiological and physical parameters of the badminton, swimming, taekwondo and football athletes showed the lowest total score was found to be "Balance". The distribution of the physiological and physical parameters scores of the athletes in all of the sports included in the study was as follows: "left hand grip", "right hand grip", "fat percentage", "flexibility", "30 seconds of sit-ups", "shuttle run 20 m", "disc", "hanging with bent arm", "long jump" and "shuttle", respectively. The highest total score for intra-personal intelligence was obtained in badminton and football, while the highest total score for logical intelligence was obtained in swimming and taekwondo. The intelligence type that had the lowest total score in all of the sports was musical intelligence.

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