Author(s): Ahmet Haktan S?VR?KAYA
The aim of this study is to investigate the effect of the branch variables on the general aggression and aggression subdimensions. As a research model, descriptive method from quantitative research methods was used. The study group consists of 99 athletes (average age = 21,5 ± 1,52) studying at Karamano?lu Mehmetbey University. The "Aggression Scale" developed by ?pek ?lter Kiper in 1984 was used to determine the aggressiveness levels of the participants. The scale has four types of aggression scores: destructive aggression, passive aggression, aggressive aggression and total aggression. The skewness-kurtosis normality distribution test was used to determine whether the measurements were appropriate for normal distribution. According to the skewness-kurtosis technique, total aggression and aggression sub dimensions (destructive, aggressive and passive aggressiveness) were all normal distribution. According to the results of the research, it was found that the athletes had above mid-level, the sub-dimensions of destructive aggression and aggressive aggression sub-dimensions are mid-level and the passive aggressiveness sub-dimension level is close to the middle level. Furthermore, there was no statistical difference in terms of branch variable.