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Hedgpeth EXSS 181 Spring 2010 Chapter 1 (without answers) Spring EXSS 1. Research by Landers and his colleagues, using biofeedback techniques to train elite marksmen to shoot between heartbeats, is a good example of a a. cognitive–behavioral orientation b. cognitive–affective orientation c. behavioral orientation d. psychophysiological orientation e. physiological–environmental orientation 2. Behavior is determined by the interaction of the environment and personal makeup of the performer. This idea is an example of a a. cognitive–behavioral orientation b. behavioral orientation c. cognitive–affective orientation d. social–psychological orientation e. cognitive–environmental orientation 3. Emotional disorders affecting sport performance, such as eating disorders and drug abuse, would best be treated by a a. clinical sport psychologist b. developmental psychologist c. educational sport psychologist d. Rogerian sport therapist e. Gestalt sport therapist
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  • Spring '09
  • Hedgepeth
  • Psychology, Coleman Griffith, a. cognitive–behavioral orientation, cognitive–behavioral orientation b., e. physiological–environmental orientation, orientation c.

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