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Chapter 5 Self Confidence & Intrinsic Motivation
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Self Confidence Global – Example? Situation specific Example?
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Models of Self Confidence Bandura’s Theory of self efficacy Self efficacy defined How do you develop self efficacy? Example?
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Bandura 4 fundamental elements for developing self efficacy: 1. Successful performance 2. Vicarious experience 1. participatory modeling 3. Verbal persuasion 4. Emotional arousal
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Bandura’s Model & Sport Perceived self efficacy = High self efficacy = Generalization
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Bandura & Sport Relationship between self efficacy and perceived behavior What is the most effective way to enhance self efficacy? Collective self efficacy – and how can it help your clients?
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Harter’ Competence & Motivation Theory Based on.. Master of an event Competence motivation See fig 5.1 pg 108
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Harter’ Competence & Motivation Theory Examples Boys and girls Coaches Competence motivation linked to intrinsic motivation Silence might be the best “Mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the best of them all?”
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