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SportsPsychology SFA

Chapter 1,2,3,17

Sport psychology is the study of the effect of ___ and __ factors on sport and exercise performance, and the effect of sport and exercise involvement on psychological and emotional factors. Psychological, emotional
__ a cross-disciplinary entity, would provide the academic home for the pplication of psychology to sport and athletics Physical Education
Name 5 Notable Women in the development of applied sport psychology Dorothy Harris, Eleanor Metheny, Camille Brown, Celeste Ulrich, Aileen Lockhart
What does the Sport Psychologist do: (3 roles) Clincal/Counseling, Educational, Research Sport Psychologist
Personality is all the ___ ways in which the behavior of one person __ from that of others, especially in social situations Consistent, Differs
(4) Theories of Personality Psychodynamic, Social Learning, Humanistic, Trait (Theories)
Psychodynamic: __:Pleasure seeking ID
Psychodynamic: __: conscious, moral standards Superego
Psychodynamic: __: Reality-oriented Ego
Ego aids in the.. Resolution of conflict between the id and the superego
Ego can relate to.. Agression/Violence in sport
Social Learning: Human behavior is a function of social learning and the strength of.. situation
Social Learning: __ is a product of one's enviroment and the strength of the situation Behavior
Social Learning: Modeling: Learning through observation
Social Learning: Social Reinforcement: Rewarded behaviors are likely to be repeated
Social Learning: leading researcher Bandura (1977)
Humanistic Theory: Based on the concept of __ Self-Actualization
Humanistic Theory: Is the process of seeking congruence between one's... experiences and self-concept
Humanistic Theory: Is based upon Maslows.. Hierarchial Motive System
Humanistic Theory: -Humans act in a manner to __ themselves, realize capacities, and to act to become a better and more fulfilled person Better
Humanistic Theory: Must fulfill more __ needs before reaching for higher needs Basic
Most personality research has used a ___ approach Trait
Trait Theory: Traits are described to be Stable, eduring and consistent
Trait Theory: The Big 5 are.. Openness, Conscientiousness, Extraversion, Agreeableness, Neuroticism
Measurement of Personality: Rating Scale Judge or Judges to monitor individual
MOP: Unstructured Projective Procedures Tests determine underlying motives. ex: Rorschach & Thematic Apperception test
MOP: Structured Questionnaires Paper and Pencil test were individuals answer T/F ex: MMPI and cattell's 16 PF
Name (5) Structured personality Questionnaires for Athletes athletic Motivation Inventory, Winning Profile Athletic Instrument, Troutwine Athletic Profile, Emotional Intelligence Scale, Measuring Mental Toughness
What is Mental Toughness Having the natural or developed psychological factor that allows better coping skills, and allows athlete to be more consistent in terms of being determined, focused, under control, and confident
As skill level increases, personality homogeneity Increases
As skill level decreases, personality heterogeneity Decreases
Individuals who posses stable, extraverted personalities tend to gravitate toward athletic experience is called.. Gravitational Hypothesis
Mood State: A __, somewhat transient pyschological response to an __ Situation Specific, Enviromental Stimulus
Profile of Mood States (POMS) are.. (6) Tension, Depression, Anger, Vigor, Fatigue, Confusion
The mentally healthy athlete exhibits the __ relative to the POMS Iceberg Profile
A weak to moderate relationship exists between POMS and __ Performance
Moderation variables that help explain the relationship of Mood states and Achievements levels are.. Type of sport, Measurement of performance
__ is a moderating variable Depression
Depressed Mood can be defined as: Increased Anger, tension, confusion, fatigue; and reduced vigor leading to poor perfomance
Interactional Model: The relationship the Personality plus situation have on behavior can be defined as.. Behavior = P+S+(PxS)+ Error
Major Theories of Leadership are (4) Universal Trait, Universal Behavior, Specific Situation Trait, Specific Situation Behavioral
Universal Trait Theory says that leaders are.. Born
U.T.Theory says that their are a set of __ that makes one successful in a __ role Traits, Leadership
U.B. Theory of Leadership says that: Leadership behaviors can be __, while personality __ cannot Learned, Traits
U.B.T.Leadership says that: A set of __ identified in successful leaders which can be taught to others to increase their leadership qualities Behaviors
U.B.T of Leadership thus thinks that: Leaders are __, not __ made, born
Universal Behaviors of successful leaders are: Consideration, Initiating Structure
Situation Specific Trait Theory: Performance effectiveness is believed to be contingent on.. Situation Favorablenss, Personality of the Leader
Leadership effectiveness is believed to be a function of congruence between three different perspectives of leadership behavior: Prescribed, Actual, Preferred (Leader Behavior)
Def: Task dependece Interaction between players of the same team
Def: Propinquity Observability and visibility on the playing field. (catcher)
(3) Training Stress Syndromes Failness, Overtraining, Burnout
What are the determinants of Commitment: (5) Reward, Costs, Satisfaction, Investment, Alternatives
Physiological Symptoms of burnout are.. Decreased Glycogen, D. Fatigue, D. Depression, D. Libido
Psychological Symptoms of Burnout are.. Moody, Vigor, (Upside down Iceberg)
Recommended Intervention for Addressing Burnout are.. S1: Self Awareness. S2: Time off from offending activity. S3: Application of relaxation strategies
Created by: ZeKonig
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