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Confidence
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Confidence Belief that you can sucessfully perform a desire behavior Optimal self-confidence Inverted-U Each person has own optimal level Multidimensional
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Importance of Confidence Factor that distinguishes more successful athletes from less successful athletes Affects: Effort Persistence Goals Concentration PERFORMANCE
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Lack of Confidence Person does not feel capable of performing action to be successful Anxiety Poor concentration Inappropriate attentional focus Indecisiveness Poor performance
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Overconfidence Confidence exceeds their abilities Inadequate preparation Low effort Poor performance Create confidence in opponent Cannot be overconfident if level is based on actual ability
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Confidence and Expectations Self Performance barriers Coaches/Teachers Coaches’ expectations affect behavior, which influences the perceptions and behavior of athlete Form expectations Expectations affect behavior Coach behavior affects athletes performance Athlete performance confirms expectations
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Self-Efficacy Theory Beliefs in one’s capabilities to organize and execute the courses of action required to produce given attainments (Bandura) Situation-specific confidence A cognitive mechanism for mediating motivation and behavior
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Underlying Premises If requisite skill and incentive self- efficacy determines: choice of activities Amount of effort expended persistence to complete task
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