Lecture_11-_Intro_to_PST__Imagery____Goa

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Intro to Psychological Skills Training
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What is PST Systematic and consistent practice of psychological skills for the purpose of enhancing performance, increasing enjoyment, or achieving greater satisfaction
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Why PST is Important Psychological factors account primarily for day-to-day fluctuations in performance
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PST Myths “Problem” athletes Elite athletes Quick fix Doesn’t work
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Phases of PST Programs Education Phase Learn what skills are Learn how skills effect performance Acquisition Phase Leaning how to use skills Practice Phase Automate skills Integrate/simulate skills into performance situations *Ultimate goal= self-refulation (thoughts, feelings, and behaviors)
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Typical Skills Taught in PST Goal setting Imagery Arousal regulation Concentration/Focus Stress Management Mental preparation Motivation Confidence building Coping skills
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Imagery
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What is Imagery? Creating or recreating an event or skills we have seen ourselves or others perform Creation of a new experience in our mind for strategy or sequence Recreation of a past event can allow for evaluation and increase confidence
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Imagery As Polysensory Imagery can and should involve as many senses as possible The more vivid an image the more effective How can we use the senses in our imagery What senses… How will it help?
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This note was uploaded on 03/18/2008 for the course KIN 340 taught by Professor Hepler during the Summer '07 term at Michigan State University.

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