Author(s): Murat EL?ÖZ*?Mehmet ÇEB?**Osman ?MAMO?LU***?zzet ?SLAMO?LU****Bade YAMAK
In this study, it was aimed to investigate patience tendencies and aggression levels of university students according to sporting status and gender and to determine the relationship between them. This was classified according to gender and sports, and there was no significant difference between the extremely impatient and short-term patience subscale scores (p>0.05). A significant difference list in all dimensions of aggression scale according to the students' choices of doing sports (p<0.05). There was a positive correlation between the differences between the subscales of aggression (p<0.001). While the students' tendency towards patience according to their sporting status and gender was similar, it shows diversity in aggression situations. In those who progressively progress, the level of aggression decreases or decreases to the levels where the level of aggression will increase.