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Chp 8 Anxiety, Arousal, and Stress Relationships
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Anxiety, Arousal and Stress Emotions - defined Anxiety Can affect performance Generated in response to how we interpret and appraise the environment Anger “A discrete response to an environmental event following appraisal of the situation” Negative emotion
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Anxiety, Arousal and Stress Emotions and moods What is the difference? Three main elements of emotion
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Selyes Concept of Stress Defined Eustress Distress
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Stress Process Stimulus Appraisal Situation Response (imbalance) Environmental or competitive situation Stress response No Stress response 1. Primary 2. Secondary Active Coping Organization stress – what is it?
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Multidimensional Nature of Anxiety Anxiety Two components State anxiety Trait anxiety Also, Cognitive anxiety Somatic anxiety Cognitive anxiety Trait anxiety Somatic anxiety State anxiety Cognitive trait anxiety Cognitive state anxiety Somatic trait anxiety Somatic state anxiety
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Antecedents of Precompetitive State Anxiety
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