The aim of this study is to determine how the social physics anxiety levels of individuals who study at university and take physical education lessons are shaped.In the research, descriptive survey model was used. 163 male and 120 female participants who studying in different departments of the Kyrgyzstan Turkey Manas University constitute the study group of the study and volunteerism was taken as a basis for participation. The data of the study were used by the "personal information form" prepared by the researcher and the social physics anxiety inventory developed by Hart et al (1989) and adapted into Turkish by Mülazımoğlu and Aşçı (2006) in order to measure the anxiety levels of individuals. The data obtained were evaluated in computer environment using the SPSS 21.0 statistics program. By conducting normality analysis, Independent Sample t test was used for pairwise group comparisons, and One Way Anova test was used for comparisons of three or more groups. As a result of the study, it was seen that there was no significant difference between the anxiety levels of university students and gender, sports branch, class, age, academic achievement and the department they studied, but it was found that the family income levels of the students had an effect on the determination of the anxiety levels of the participants. In this study, it was concluded that family income level may have an important effect on determining the level of anxiety in university students.
Anxiety, Physical Education, University education, Social physics anxiety