Long-term psychological

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A-Levels P.E (Long term preparation) Mind Map on Long-term psychological, created by harry_bygraves on 06/02/2013.

Created by harry_bygraves over 6 years ago
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Long-term psychological
1 Goal setting and Performance profiling
1.1 Goal setting aims to enhance these qualities;
1.1.1 Commitment
1.1.2 Confidence
1.1.3 Control
1.1.4 Concentration
1.2 Effective goal setting provides benefits like;
1.2.1 Motivates performer
1.2.2 focus attention
1.2.3 builds self confidece
1.3 Type of goal
1.3.1 Outcome goals; concerned with an end product
1.3.2 Short term goals
1.3.3 Long term goals
1.3.4 Performance goals
1.4 Goal setting structure
1.4.3 AGREED
1.4.5 TIME
2 Motivation and attribution theory, links to performance
2.1 The direction and intentsity of ones efforts
2.2 Intrinsic; internal drive or feelings that make us do things
2.3 Extrinsic'feelings from rewards externally derived
2.4 Achievement; drive to succeed or persit with a task
2.5 Personality factors; NACH those with a need to achieve. NAF those who neeed to avoid failure
2.6 Situational factors; the specific situation in which an individual performs will also affect their decision to accept a challenge. Two determining situational factors are; Probability of success versus probability of failure, Incentive value of success versus incentive value of failure
2.7 Attribution theory; an approach that attempts to catagorise reasons for winning and failing
2.8 Four main attributions; ABILITY,EFFORT,TASK DIFFICULTY, LUCK
2.9 Internal/satble= ability, effort. External/unstable= luck, task difficulty
2.10 Attribution retraining; helping performers avoid failure by focusing on postive attribtiions and removal of negative feelings. Strategies such as change in tactics, avoid lack of ability as a reason for failure
3 Process of skill development and tatics to improve performance
3.1 Role of visulaisation; process of creating a mental image of what you want to happen
3.2 Ritual; can be part of a long term preparation for performance by establishing a comfortable and calming rountine prior to competing
3.3 Perception dimensions; is dependant on four main components;
3.3.1 Pheripheral vision
3.3.2 Depth perception
3.3.3 Dynamic acuity
3.3.4 Static acuity
3.4 Psychological refractory period; the delay in time it takes a performer to respond to a second stimlus after being presented with a first.ANTICIPATION; this describes the process by which decisions are made from interpreting an opponents movement. DECEPTION; a performer tries to decieve an opponent
4 Consept of cohesion and how it can be used
4.1 To be successful a tam must develop co-operation and cohesion. There are two types;
4.1.1 Task cohesion; the degree that members work together to achieve common goals
4.1.2 Social cohesion; the degree to which members like each other and interact
4.2 Factors that affect the development of cohesion include; envioromental (age, location), personal (drive to win, belief in the group), leadership (influence of caoch, manager), Team (roles, targets)
5 Strategies to enhance group cohesion
5.1 Holding training camps
5.2 Aviod star billing
5.3 Set clear team goals
5.4 Encourage social bonding
5.5 Aviod the formation of cliques

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