Test 3 review

Test 3 review - Aggression Baron& Richardson’s definition of aggression Differentiate between different types of aggression Understand

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ESS 3318 EXAM 3 - Review Imagery Uses of imagery Theories of imagery Knowledge of the factors influencing imagery effectiveness Knowledge about imagery ability Senses involved in imagery Injury The causes of sport injury Each area of the Stress-Athletic Injury Model Causes of injury and psychological factors other than stress Have a thorough understanding of the 2 approaches to psychological adjustment to injury Personal and situational factors in emotional responses The characteristics of athletes who recovery quickly (what they do to return fast) The characteristics of athletes who have positive rehabilitation outcomes Know what both patients and practitioners want during injury rehabilitation
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Unformatted text preview: Aggression Baron & Richardson’s definition of aggression Differentiate between different types of aggression Understand theories of aggression Factors increasing the likelihood of aggression Aggression and gender Understand the role of social learning and moral behavior in controlling aggression Knowledge of strategies for reducing aggression Overtraining and Burnout Be able to differentiate between overtraining, staleness, and burnout Differentiate between theories of burnout Characteristics of athletes experiencing burnout symptoms Strategies for reducing burnout...
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This note was uploaded on 09/08/2011 for the course ESS 3318 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '11 term at Texas Tech.

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Test 3 review - Aggression Baron& Richardson’s definition of aggression Differentiate between different types of aggression Understand

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