Kin Chapter 9 Test

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Kinesiology 1001 notes on chapter 9 of the introduction text book.
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D A B D A Denial Anxiety bargaining depression acceptance
ABC's A - affect – emotional side of sports psychology, for athletes “putting their game face on” B – behaviour – difference between male, female. Career change etc.. C – cognitions – how we think, weaknesses
Six Main areas of Sport and Exercise Psych 1. Personality 2. Motivation 3. Energy management 4. Interpersonal and group processes - group dynamics 5. Developmental concerns -- separated after puberty 6. Intervention techniques for physical enhancement -- ex. Imagery
Personality types in sport No set of traits of an athletic person Positive athletes tend to have positive self perceptions and use more productive cognitive coping strategies
Personality in exercise no set of traits for an exercise personality. Exercisers are more self motivated and confident in their abilities than sedentary people.
Motivation A complex set of internal and external forces that directs and energizes our behavior (choice, effort, persistence)
2 types of motivation Intrinsic -- passion extrinsic - money
Goals Understand all the factors that make you behave in the sports you play or choose to play - enhance experience
psychological effects derived from participating in physical activity - Self determination theory - Prepare yourself for anything in life and be prepared for the consequences
Sport Psychology: it’s all about.. - Competition - Enhance experiences for everyone involved (athletes, coaches, fans) Fitness and exercise, health and wellness (exercise psychology)
What does a Sport Psychologist do? - professor - Sport Psych service provider (working with athletes - Exercise psychology – worksite health promotion - Physical activity specialist – teacher of activities
Common uses of knowledge of Sports psychology 1. Hook – how can I get you involved in physical activity 2. Coaches motivate players and maintain the team dynamic Athletic injuries – how you deal with this psychologically
9 rungs up the ladder of success 1. Think the right kind of thoughts 2. Say the Good Words, the right kind of words 3. If you want your dreams to become a reality set short, middle, and long term goals 4. If you want your dreams to become a reality - be responsible 5. Seek out the right kind of friends 6. Learn how to handle your hurts 7. You have to go the second mile 8. Never give up 9. Live your life by the faith phenomenon
1. Think the right kind of thoughts a. Thought> action> habit> character>destiny b. Open mindset c. We are the masters of our attitude d. Your mind is your muscle. Read a lot
2. Say the Good Words, the right kind of words a. Give a compliment b. We have never been able to tame our tongues c. Caring, Please, Thank you d. You belong to me e. You are a winner f. You have value
3. If you want your dreams to become a reality set short, middle, and long term goals a. Set spiritual, family, professional and health goals b. Write your goals down to confirm them c. A goal is a dream with a deadline d. Self-discipline - doing what needs to be done when it needs to be done e. Doing the best that you can when it needs to be done f. Doing it that way every time you do it
4. If you want your dreams to become a reality - be responsible a. If It is to be it is up to me b. You got to get it done c. When you succeed, give credit to others first d. When you fail, don’t blame others first e. Follow the west point logo: "Yes sir, no sir, no excuses sir!"
5. Seek out the right kind of friends a. Avoid well poisoners (bad intentions) b. Seek out lawn mowers (good intentions) c. Seek out life enhancers (best intentions) d. Bad company corrupts good morals e. Out companions do affect our character
6. Learn how to handle your hurts a. Learn from your failures b. Face your deficiencies c. Learn from your hurts
7. You have to go the second mile a. No short cuts b. No cabbage cutters c. Do twice what is expected of you d. The harder you work, the more success you will have as long as you're smart
8. Never give up a. Hang in until the final gun goes off b. You cant quit it’s a league rule c. The only talent is perseverance d. Big shots are little shots that keep shooting
9. Live your life by the faith phenomenon a. Accept the fact that there is a god b. Spiritual reality
John Wooden's 7 laws of learning DEER... Demonstration, Explanation, emulation, repetition, repetition, repetition, repetition
PETTLEP Physical, environment, task (focus), timing, learning, emotion, perspective
Psychological Skills Training: PST Purpose - Enhancing performance - Increasing enjoyment - Achieving greater sport and physical activity satisfaction
PST is targeted : performance, maintaining and focus concentration, distraction control, imagery, goal setting, regulating arousal, preparatio
Imagery Ability "An individual's capability to form vivid, controllable images and retain them for sufficient time"
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