chapter 3 motivationwithOUTanswers

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Hedgpeth EXSS 181 Chapter 3 Motivation EXSS 1. Participant motivation usually is the result of a. personal factors b. situational factors c. a combination of personal and situational factors d. the history of success or failure e. none of the above 2. An effective technique to use to change undesirable motives of a participant is a. behavior modification b. cognitive intervention c. rational emotive therapy d. cognitive restructuring e. self-monitoring 3. The most difficult but most important component of structuring sport and exercise environments to meet an athlete's or exerciser's needs is a. individualizing coaching and teaching b. finding rigorous training environments c. deciding on what motivational strategy to use d. balancing extrinsic and intrinsic motivation e. none of the above 4. Which of the following is NOT a motive for continuing involvement in exercise programs? a. social factors b. enjoyment c. weight loss d. activity type e. organization’s leadership 5. Which of the following statements is (are) true? a. Mastery goals should be used more often than outcome goals. b. Feedback to athletes should emphasize attributing their success to high ability and high effort. c. Lack of effort, rather than lack of ability, should be emphasized after a failure. d. all of the above e. a and b 6. Which of the following is NOT one of the major motives for participating in sport and exercise? a. having fun b. being with friends c. improving skills d. pleasing parents i
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Hedgpeth EXSS 181 e. developing fitness 7. The results of the Sorrentino and Sheppard study have which of the following practical implications? a. The four fastest swimmers would not necessarily make the best relay team. b. Both situation and personal factors should be considered in understanding motivation. c. Approval-oriented swimmers would perform best in relays. d. all of the above e. a and b 8. A study by Sorrentino and Sheppard on motivation of swimmers found that a. approval-oriented swimmers demonstrated faster times in the group than in the individual situation b. approval-oriented swimmers demonstrated faster times in the individual situation than
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