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chehrehnegar F, bidi F, saatchian V. The relationship between metacognitive beliefs and anxiety sensitivity with conscientiousness of Life guards. HASES 2023; 3 (1) :431-440
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1- Assistant Professor of sport management Assistant Professor of sport management, shomal university - Mazandaran.Amol. Iran
2- Master of Sports Management Master of Sports Management Adib sari Institute of Higher Education, Mazandaran,iran , fatemehbidi9083@gmail.com
3- Assistant Professor Sports Management, ImamReza International University, Mashhad, Iran
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The present research examines the relationship between metacognitive beliefs and anxiety sensitivity with conscientiousness of lifeguards. This is a descriptive-correlational research and has been carried out by the field method. The statistical population of the research included all female lifeguards in the east of the country and at different work levels (310 people). Next, according to the type of statistical population, the sample size was calculated using Morgan's table to the number of 150 people, and they completed the questionnaires of metacognitive beliefs, anxiety sensitivity and conscientiousness. Data were analyzed through Pearson correlation and multiple regression statistical tests simultaneously. The results showed that there is a significant correlation between metacognitive beliefs and anxiety sensitivity with conscientiousness (p≤0.05). Positive metacognitive beliefs have a positive and significant relationship with conscientiousness, while the relationship between negative metacognitive beliefs and anxiety sensitivity with conscientiousness is negative and significant. Since lifeguards should be at the peak of responsibility, knowing the issues that can negatively affect their conscientiousness can be a solution or suggestion to improve their performance. Therefore, according to the results of the research, it is suggested to discuss the psychological preparation of lifeguards, especially in the cognitive aspect. There should be more emphasis
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Type of Study: Original Article | Subject: Motor behavior
Received: 2024/06/13 | Accepted: 2024/06/16 | Published: 2023/02/20

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