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Chapter 2 Lecture (20-38) - 2 - Chapter 2 Psychology of the...

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Chapter 2 Psychology of the Athlete: Personality Traits and Mood States
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Difference between Personality Traits and Mood States Personality Traits: stable/enduring personality characteristics . Mood States: psychological responses that are less stable than personality traits, more stable than emotions and are influenced by the environment.
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Personality and the Athlete Research involving personality assessment of athletes and performance has declined in recent years due to lack of consistent findings of correlation between personality factors and athletic performance.
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Personality “all consistent ways in which the behavior of one person differs from that of others, especially in social situations”. Hollander Typical responses and role-related behaviors might not reflect one’s true personality. What do you think?
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Theories of Personality Psychodynamic Theory – Sigmund Freud In-depth examination of the whole person Id = unconscious instinctual core of personality Ego = conscious, logical, reality-oriented aspect of the personality Superego = conscience of the individual Ego aids in regulation of id and superego
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Theories of Personality Social Learning Theory – Hull, Skinner, Bandura Human behavior is a function of social learning and
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