HSE204 - Study Area 2, Topic 6 : Individual differences

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Specificity Motor Abilities (SMA) Hypothethis Suggests that abilities that someone possesses are independent on eachother
General Motor Abilities (GMA) Hypothesis Suggests that abilities are highly related; Similar to idea of IQ. High IQ = generally good at sport.
Visual Learners Learn best by watching
Auditory Learners Learn best by listening
Kinaesthetic Learners Learn best by doing
Convergers (Processing Style) Think and do; Like practical and technical issues.
Divergers (Processing Style) Feel and watch; Like observation and conceptualisation
Assimilators (Processing Style) Think and watch); Like observation and conceptualisation
Accommodators (Processing Style) Feel and do; Like to learn by experience and experimentation/exploration
Ego Orientation External goal based on winning/outperforming others.
Task Orientation Uses internal goals based on learning, self improvement.
1. Performance Accomplishments (Self Efficacy) Most reliable source; How skill has been performed previously
2. Vicarious Experiences (Self-Efficacy) Observing a peer perform a skill.
3. Verbal Persuasion (Self-Efficacy source) Positive verbal encouragement
4. Imaginal Experiences (Self-Efficacy sources) Imagination of self performing a skill
5. Physiological States (Self-Efficacy sources) Feeling arousal/anxious about performing a skill can inhibit/enhance performance
6. Emotional State (Self-Efficacy causes) Good/bad mood can enhance/inhibit self efficacy
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