Chapter 13 WITHOUTANSWESImagery

Chapter 13 WITHOUTANSWESImagery - EXSS 181 Dr Hedgpeth...

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EXSS 181 Dr Hedgpeth Chapter 13 Imagery 1. Basic imagery training involves a. controllability and awareness b. controllability and vividness c. vividness and relaxation d. relaxation and awareness e. relaxation and controllability 2. Imagery involves which of the following senses? a. visual b. auditory c. kinesthetic d. all of the above e. a and b 3. Which of the following is NOT a use of imagery? a. building confidence b. improving concentration c. reducing the amount of physical practice time d. controlling emotional responses e. coping with pain and injury 4. Research using U.S. and Canadian Olympic athletes has shown that a. approximately 50% of athletes use imagery b. approximately 75% of athletes use imagery c. approximately 95% of athletes use imagery d. approximately 85% of athletes use imagery e. approximately 60% of athletes use imagery 5. Vividly imagined events produce an innervation in muscles that is similar to the innervation produced by physically practicing the movement. This is an illustration of a. symbolic learning theory b. psychoneuromuscular theory c. muscular contraction theory d. innervation theory e. psychodynamic theory 6. Which of the following is (are) true? a. The majority of imagery use occurs during practice and competition. b. Imagery has both motivational and affective roles in changing behavior.
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This note was uploaded on 02/24/2010 for the course EXSS 181 taught by Professor Hedgepeth during the Spring '09 term at UNC.

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Chapter 13 WITHOUTANSWESImagery - EXSS 181 Dr Hedgpeth...

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