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Unformatted text preview: Easy = green Moderate = purple Hard = red T rue/False 1. The dynamic core is a relationship between cognitive appraisal and emotional and behavioral responses. TRUE [moderate] 2. Physical and psychosocial recoveries occur simultaneously and are always complete. FALSE [moderate] 3. Researchers have put together a good personality profile for the injury-prone athlete. FALSE [easy] 4. According to Galambos et al., there are no meaningful differences between the mood and stress life reports of male and female athletes. TRUE [hard] 5. The key to treating an injured athlete is to just treat the injury. FALSE [hard] 6. Those with a spinal cord injury are at an increased risk of developing psychological problems. TRUE [easy] 7. According to Kennedy et al., changing coping strategies was associated with changes in mood. FALSE [hard] 8. Research is complicated because personality factors tend to moderate the stress-injury relationship. TRUE [moderate] 9. Low self-esteem and high trait anxiety lead to lower injury rate...
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This note was uploaded on 04/28/2009 for the course SPME 320 taught by Professor Perkins during the Spring '09 term at Pepperdine.
- Spring '09