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ESS 3318 Exam 2 Review

ESS 3318 Exam 2 Review - stress Be able to list/name some...

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ESS 3318 Exam 2 Review Goal Setting What is a goal? Knowledge of types of goals Understand goal theories (such as Burton’s, Garland’s etc.) and how goal setting influence performance Problems associated with focusing on outcome goals Knowledge of effective goal setting principles/guidelines - Touching the Void - Know examples of the goals set by Joe and Simon Concentration What is Concentration? Attention (concentration) according to William James The 4 components of Concentration and how it can be developed Types of attentional focus Knowledge of attentional problems Associative and dissociative attentional strategies Choking Confidence What does confidence mean and what are some benefits? Common misconceptions about Confidence Levels of Confidence Sources and consequences of self-efficacy
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Knowledge of strategies for building confidence/efficacy Major sources of efficacy information Bandura’s four stage modeling process Arousal, Stress, and Anxiety Understand the difference between arousal, anxiety (including the different types of anxiety), and
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Unformatted text preview: stress Be able to list/name some of the physiological indicators associated with arousal Have a thorough understanding of the stress process and the cognitive-affective stress model Sources of stress and anxiety Be able to determine which factors may provoke anxiety in an athlete prior to competition Understand the models/theories regarding sport and arousal or anxiety levels. It may be helpful if you can diagram these models for explanation (e.g., Drive Theory, Inverted U, IZOF) Articles- Know the participants involved, purpose, constructs measured, and significant results found for all articles. Weinberg, Butt, and Knight (2001) Oudejans, Kuijpers, Kooijman, and Bakker (2011) Arent and Landers (2003) Hardy and Parfitt (1991) Beauchamp, Bray, and Albinson (2002) Hays, Thomas, Maynard, and Bawden (2009)- Know the higher order themes identified in the study- Understand the importance of their findings Myers, Feltz, and Short (2004)...
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