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Anxiety - Anxiety,Arousal,andStress...

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Anxiety, Arousal, and Stress 19/11/2009 11:04:00 It often pays to be the aggressive position  “the bigger the risk, the bigger reward” Anxiety - emotional state resulting from stress, conflict and characterized by some fear  or apprehension refers to the fear that an athlete may hold about his capacity, contest,  opposition o 2 types State     - immediate emotional sate that is brought on by a certain  situation that you face with characterized by fear, tension, and apprehension and  accompanied by physiological arousal Trait     - feature of personality, predisposition to perceive certain  situations as threatening o Speilberger A trait test (21) A State (21) o SCAT- Sport competition anxiety test (14) o CSAI.2 (27) Self confidence level State Anxiety Trait Anxiety Arousal - Numerous physiological, psychological, signs that indicate that of a preparing  for vigorous performance 
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describe how alert the brain is to the messages form the external world which  are coming into it (senses) Stress     - Physiological and physical pain, strain and last a period of time and  prevents you from succeeding
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