ch_6_Motivational_Basis_of_Leisure

Ch_6_Motivational_Basis_of_Leisure

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Unformatted text preview: l that the Internally most important things in their lives are under their personal control. control. Perceived competence: Perceived demonstration of skills and abilities. abilities. Locus of Control Locus can change involves learned skills and behaviors • Example: Mike signed up for line dancing classes Example: despite what his friends think about the idea. He has developed assertiveness skills: signing up for the classes/not caring about what his friends think. the Self-concept and leisure Self-concept Self-perception affects leisure choices Self-fulfilling prophecy: “The picnic will be Self-fulfilling awful and I will burn the bbq meat!” awful or Flow Theory: Csiksze...
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This note was uploaded on 09/16/2011 for the course HRTM 10 taught by Professor Phillytoney during the Spring '11 term at San Jose State University .

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