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Chapter_04 - hapter 4 Arousal, Stress, and Anxiety Session...

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4 Arousal, Stress, and Anxiety chapter
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Session Outline Is Arousal the Same As Anxiety? Defining Arousal, Stress, and Anxiety Measuring Arousal and Anxiety Relationship Between Trait and State Anxiety Stress and the Stress Process Sources of Stress and Anxiety (continued)
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Session Outline (continued) How Arousal and Anxiety Affect Performance Why Arousal Influences Performance Implications for Practice Recognizing Symptoms of Arousal and State Anxiety
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Is Arousal the Same As Anxiety? Arousal is a blend of psychological and psychological activation, varying in intensity along a continuum. Anxiety is a negative emotional state with feelings of worry, nervousness, and apprehension associated with activation or arousal of the body.
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Defining Arousal, Stress, and Anxiety
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Measuring Arousal and Anxiety Psychological signs (heart rate, respiration, skin conductance, biochemistry) Global and multidimensional self-report scales
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Relationship Between Trait and State Anxiety State anxiety refers to “right now” feelings that change from moment to moment. Trait anxiety is a personality disposition that is stable over time. High- versus low-trait-anxious people usually have more state anxiety in highly evaluative situations.
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Stress and the Stress Process Stress A substantial imbalance between physical and psychological demands placed on an individual and his or her response capability under conditions in which failure to meet demands has important consequences
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Stress and the Stress Process Stress process: Implications of the stress process for practice (intervene at any of the stress process stages)
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Stress and the Stress Process
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Sources of Stress and Anxiety Situational sources Event importance Uncertainty Personal sources Trait anxiety Self-esteem Social physique anxiety
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How Arousal and Anxiety Affect Performance Drive theory Inverted-U hypothesis Individualized zones of optimal functioning (IZOF) Multidimensional anxiety theory (continued)
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