Chapter 16 WITHOUT ANSWERS

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Chapter 16 WITHOUT ANSWERS 1. High scores on the BIT subscale of Nideffer's TAIS indicate a. an ability to effectively integrate many external stimuli simultaneously b. an ability to effectively integrate several ideas at one time c. a tendency to become confused and overloaded with external stimuli d. chronically narrowed attention e. an ability to effectively narrow attention when it is appropriate 2. An athlete who is losing in a tennis match might tell her opponent that the opponent is "really following through on her serve nicely." From an attentional perspective, this is a ploy to have the opponent a. feel good about herself b. start to focus and think too much about her serve c. lose her intensity d. use negative self-talk e. none of the above 3. The narrowing and internal focus associated with choking can result in a. impaired timing b. loss of coordination c. poor judgment and decision making d. all of the above 4. According to the text, "choking" should be defined as a. a bad performance at a critical time of competition b. a process that leads to impaired performance
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