عنوان مقاله [English]
Background and Aims: Although several studies have been conducted on the relationship between personality traits and the incidence of sports injuries, how they relate to the incidence of sports injuries is unclear. Therefore, the purpose of these systematic review study was to investigate the relationship between personality factors presented in the stress -sports injury model injury rates.
Materials and Methods: The present study was a systematic review. Search for articles was conducted in the specialized databases "Embase", "Medline", "SPORTDiscus", "Biomed Central", "Web of Science" and "PubMed" from inception to the date May 2021. The keywords of sports injury, sensation seeking, achievement motivation, locus of control, anxiety, personality traits, and hardiness were used for the search.
The literature searching in different databases led to finding 1283 studies. After duplicate removal, article screening, and full text assessment, 28 articles were found that examined the association between the personality traits and sports injuries. The survey in the content of these articles showed that there is a significant relationship between trait anxiety and the incidence of sports injuries. While there are conflicting results about the relationship between locus of control and the sensation-seeking of with the occurrence of sports injuries. Additionally, the number of studies on the relationship between hardiness and achievement motivation with sports injuries was limited.
Conclusion: duo to inconsistencies in the results of articles that have examined the relationship between locus of control and sensation-seeking with the occurrence of sports injuries and the limited number of articles that have examined the relationship between hardiness and achievement motivation with sports injuries, there is a need for more detailed studies in these fields.