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Chapter 6

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Chapter 6 Feedback, Reinforcement and Intrinsic Motivation 1. In a review of studies investigating the effects of performance feedback, it was found that performance increased approximately a. 10% b. 80% c. 50% d. 25% e. 100% 2. The principles of reinforcement are complex because a. different people react differently to the same reinforcement b. people are unable to repeat the desired behavior c. they apply to...

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6 Chapter Feedback, Reinforcement and Intrinsic Motivation 1. In a review of studies investigating the effects of performance feedback, it was found that performance increased approximately a. 10% b. 80% c. 50% d. 25% e. 100% 2. The principles of reinforcement are complex because a. different people react differently to the same reinforcement b. people are unable to repeat the desired behavior c. they apply to males but not females d. a and c e. a and b 3. In the study of a team of swimmers by McKenzie and Rushall, a. an attendance board was used to track attendance at swim practice b. the swimmers showed a significant increase in attendance after the intervention c. the swimmers won more races after the intervention d. a and b e. a and c 4. According to the results of Komaki and Barnett's study of a Pop Warner football team, a. the team won more games after the intervention period b. the team performed three plays more effectively after the intervention c. there was no significant difference in performance after the intervention d. the team exhibited higher levels of enjoyment after the intervention 5. Behavioral coaching, behavior modification, and contingency management have in common the goal of a. structuring practices through the systematic use of reinforcement b. changing practices monthly to increase learning c. changing practices daily to increase performance d. a and c e. a and b 6. In a recent study on the relationship between holding scholarships and levels of intrinsic motivation in collegiate athletes, Amorose, Horn, and Miller found that a. males in team sports exhibited higher levels of intrinsic motivation in general than females in team sports b. athletes on scholarship had lower levels of intrinsic motivation in general than athletes not on scholarship c. male athletes exhibited higher levels of intrinsic motivation than female athletes d. a and b e. b and c 7. Which of the following is (are) NOT among the principles of punishment? a. Punish the behavior, not the person. b. Do not use physical activity as a punishment. c. Impose punishment in a personal way. d. a and c e. b and c 8. The additive approach to the relationship between intrinsic and extrinsic motivation suggests that a. internal and external motivation are unrelated b. intrinsic plus extrinsic motivation equal more motivation c. extrinsic rewards undermine intrinsic motivation d. a and b e. a and c 9. Feedback can provide instructional information about a. the players' important psychological traits and states b. the levels of proficiency to be achieved c. the performers' current level of proficiency in the desired skills d. b and c e. a and c 10. In a recent study, which type of feedback (especially after failure) produced more task persistence, more enjoyment, and better performance? a. praise for high ability b. praise for high effort c. criticism of any type of performance d. a and c e. b and c 11. Besides rewarding the outcome of a person's performance (success), other areas that should be rewarded include a. effort b. emotional and social skills c. correct performance of the skill itself d. all of the above e. a and b 12. Shaping occurs when a. rewards are given to behaviors that approximate the correct response b. rewards are given only after success c. rewards are given intermittently d. rewards are withdrawn after failure 13. Which of the following statements is (are) true? a. A continuous reinforcement is best in the early stages of learning. b. An intermittent schedule of reinforcement is best once the skill is well learned. c. Behaviors reinforced on a continuous schedule persist longer than those reinforced on an intermittent schedule. d. a and b 13. Potential negative side effects of punishment include its a. arousing a fear of success b. acting as a reinforcer c. hindering the learning of skills d. b and c e. a and c 14. A study on reducing inappropriate tennis behaviors using behavior modification techniques revealed that a. inappropriate behaviors were significantly reduced for all five players b. three of the five players had a reduction in their inappropriate behaviors c. two players had increases in inappropriate behaviors d. there was no effect based on the behavior modification intervention 15. Which of the following statements is (are) true? a. The amount of positive feedback is less important than receiving some type of positive feedback. b. Getting positive feedback produces higher levels of intrinsic motivation than getting no feedback. c. Athletes receiving more positive feedback have higher levels of intrinsic motivation than athletes receiving less positive feedback. d. a and b e. b and c 16. Which of the following statements regarding flow is (are) true? a. Most athletes think that flow is an uncontrollable state. b. Athletes can learn to get into a flow state. c. Flow is related to improvements in psychological states. d. b and c e. a and b 17. Individuals higher on mindfulness as opposed to those lower on mindfulness score higher on which dimension(s) of flow? a. skills-challenge balance b. merging of action and awareness c. confidence d. a and b 18. Which of the following is (are) a factor(s) important deemed to achieving flow? a. optimism b. maintaining appropriate focus c. optimal environmental conditions d. b and c e. a and c 19. Flow is maximized when you are competing against an opponent a. of equal ability b. of better ability than yours c. of worse ability than yours d. of the same gender 20. Which of the following is NOT a dimension of flow? a. balance of skill and challenge b. clear goals c. merging of action and awareness d. high levels of arousal e. loss of self-consciousness 21. Which of the following is (are) a guideline(s) for implementing behavior programs? a. Consequences should be stated clearly. b. Target behaviors must be defined in observable terms. c. Behaviors should be recorded. d. all of the above e. a and c 22. The study by Lepper and Greene investigating the effects of external rewards on intrinsic motivation of children found that a. the type of reward was important regarding its effects on intrinsic motivation b. the expected reward condition had the lowest levels of intrinsic motivation (compared to no reward and unexpected rewards) c. the expected reward condition had the highest levels of intrinsic motivation (compared to no reward and unexpected rewards) d. a and b e. a and c 23. According to McAuley's and Tammen's study on intrinsic motivation and subjective versus objective outcomes, a. winning or losing is the most important determinant of intrinsic motivation b. subjective perceptions of performance are the most important determinants of intrinsic motivation c. objective outcome is the best predictor of intrinsic motivation d. a and b e. b and c 24. According to Weinberg's study on intrinsic motivation in a competitive setting, a. success produces higher levels of intrinsic motivation than does failure b. males exhibit higher levels of intrinsic motivation after success than after failure c. females exhibit higher levels of intrinsic motivation after failure than after success d. a and b e. a and c 25. A study (Amorose & Horn, 2000) showed that changes in intrinsic motivation occurred primarily because of a. coaching behaviors b. scholarships c. gender d. athlete's ability e. athlete's experience 26. Ryan's studies on the relationship between scholarships and intrinsic motivation revealed that a. football players on scholarship exhibited higher levels of intrinsic motivation than football players not on scholarship b. wrestlers on scholarship exhibited higher levels of intrinsic motivation than wrestlers not on scholarship c. female athletes on scholarship exhibited higher levels of intrinsic motivation than female athletes not on scholarship d. a and b e. b and c 27. Which of the following statements is (are) true? a. Every reward has both controlling and preparation aspects to it. b. A negative coaching style (mostly critical in nature) can lead to a decrease in intrinsic motivation. c. Rewarding for mere participation in a sport will typically undermine the participant's intrinsic motivation. d. a and b e. b and c 28. Receiving a reward that provides feedback concerning an athlete's sense of competence is an example of a. the controlling aspect of reward b. the informational aspect of reward c. the behavioral aspect of reward d. the intuitive aspect of reward 29. Rewards typically undermine intrinsic motivation when the reward is a. for mere participation b. tied to the quality of one's performance c. informational in nature d. a and b e. a and c 30. Research by psychologists such as Edward Deci has shown that a. extrinsic rewards undermine intrinsic motivation b. extrinsic rewards do not undermine intrinsic motivation c. intrinsic and extrinsic motivation are additive d. a and c 31. The ratio of positive to negative behaviors recommended to coaches by the Positive Coaching Alliance is a. 3:1 b. 5:1 c. 10:1 d. 2:1 e. 1:1 32. Tkachuk, Leslie-Toogood, and Martin suggested a number of ways to select behaviors to be changed and how to monitor behaviors. These included a. athlete self-monitoring b. behavioral checklists c. videotape of practice and competition d. all of the above e. a and c 33. The most effective type of feedback for retention of a skill is a. continuous b. intermittent c. positive d. negative 34. Which of the following are reasons supporting the use of punishment? a. Individuals experiencing punishment are at negligible risk for emotional problems. b. Punishment will deter future cheating or other wrongdoing. c. Punishment lets teammates know that others are being held accountable for their actions. d. all of the above e. b and c 35. Which of the following is (are) NOT a finding regarding passion and sport? a. obsessive passion is related to negative emotions b. harmonious passion is related to high quality coach-athlete relationships c. harmonious passion predicts rigid persistence to ill-advised activities (e.g., gambling) d. a and c e. b and c 36. Which of the following is (are) a principle(s) for the effective use of external rewards? a. Rewards should not be contingent on behavior. b. The best types of external rewards are creative, novel, and simple. c. External rewards should be used regularly. d. a and b e. a and c

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