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KIN+3502+lecture+twelve - Week of Nov 25 • Lab this week...

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Week of Nov 25 Lab this week Section 1 (Wed): report at 9:40 to room 131 in H.P. Long Section 2 (Fri): report at 9:40 to room 131 in H.P. Long Section 3 (Wed): report at 10:40 to room 133 in H.P. Long Section 4 (Fri): report at 10:40 to room 133 in H.P. Long Section 5 (Mon): report at 12:40 to room 133 in H.P. Long Section 6 (Wed): report at 12:40 to room 133 in H.P. Long Bring printed lab with you Due next week
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Lab First Part: Measuring Psych Constructs Second Part: Capstone Assignment Select a scenario Identify appropriate assessment tool Explain how to interpret scores and use information to plan program Describe how to use the information to monitor effectiveness Spelling and Grammar
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Psychological Determinants of Physical Activity Important to assess determinants of physical activity Public health benefits of physical activity promotion Adherence to exercise programs is generally low Dropout rate of 50% (Dishman, 1990)
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Determinants of Physical Activity Dishman, 1990: Smoking behavior Occupational level Body composition Exercise history Self-motivation Knowledge of health benefits Positive affect Perceived efficacy
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Self-Motivation Inventory SMI (Dishman and Ickes, 1981), 40-item, 10 subscale questionnaire Reduced to 35-item, 6 factor scale by Merkle (1997) Six subscales: Commitment Lethargy Drive Persistence Reliability Discipline
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Exercise Regulations Questionnaire Developed by Markland Assesses Levels of Motivation Based on Self-Determination Theory
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Continuum of Motivation Amotivation Extrinsic Motivation: Levels of Regulation 1 External: have to 2 Introjected: ought to 3 Identified: want to achieve an outcome 4 Integrated: see value Intrinsic Motivation: activity as an end in itself Relative Autonomy Index: RAI 2IM+ID-INT-2EX
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Exercise and Self-esteem Importance of physical self as a motivator of exercise behavior and contributor to mental health and well-being Perceived Competence Perceived Ability Body Image Self-efficacy
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Sontstroem’s Model Physical Activity Physical Fitness Estimation Self- esteem Attraction
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Physical Estimation and Attraction Scale PEAS (Sonstroem, 1974) 33 Estimation items (assess perceptions of one’s own physical abilities) e.g., “It is difficult for me to catch a thrown ball” 54 Attraction items (assess one’s interest in or attraction to physical activity) e.g., “I love to run” 2 items assess social aspect of physical activity, and 11 “neutral ” items (help to mask the intent of the questionnaire)
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Eating Disorders Prevalent in young women Complex etiology and pattern of behaviors Unhealthy eating or purging habits Often in response to perceived societal expectations regarding body weight and attractiveness Binge eating Anorexia nervosa Bulimia nervosa
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