Chp4_online - Chapter 4 Causal Attribution in sport What do...

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Chapter 4 Causal Attribution in sport
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What do people attribute their success in exercise to? Attribution theory How much do you think your perception of a situation affects your response?
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The Attributional Model Fritz Heider Contribution Effort Ability Task difficulty Luck Can (or cannot) Behavioral Outcome Personal Force (internal) Environmental Force (external) EXAMPLES?
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The Attributional Model Bernard Weiner Locus of Control Dimension Internal External Stability Dimension Ability (internal/stable) Task Difficulty (External/stable) Effort (internal/unstable) Luck (external/unstable) Stable Unstable EXAMPLES?
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The Attributional Model Bernard Weiner Stable Unstable Internal External controllable Uncontrollable Controllability Locus of Causality Stability Examples?
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Attributional Model Examples – Athlete competing in 100m race places 2 nd “I lost because I did not do any speed work this week” Stability – unstable / stable
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