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Weinberg5E_PP_chapter03 - CHAPTER 3 Motivation Chapter 3:...

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Chapter 3: Motivation 3 Motivation Motivation C H A P T E R
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Session Outline What is motivation? Views of motivation Five guidelines for building motivation Developing a realistic view of motivation Achievement motivation and competitiveness (continued)
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Session Outline (continued) Why are achievement motivation and competitiveness important? Theories of achievement motivation Developing achievement motivation and competitiveness Implications for professional practice
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What Is Motivation? Motivation is the direction and intensity of effort. Direction of effort refers to whether an individual seeks out, approaches, or is attracted to situations. Intensity of effort refers to how much effort an individual puts forth in a situation. Direction and intensity of effort are closely related.
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Views of Motivation Participant- or trait-centered view Situation-centered view Interactional view
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Figure 3.1
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Five Guidelines for Building Motivation: Guidelines 1 and 2 Guideline 1: Both situations and traits motivate people. Guideline 2: People have multiple motives for involvement. Understand why people participate in physical activity.
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Motives for Involvement People participate for more than one reason. People may have competing motives for involvement. People have both shared and unique motives. Motives change over time. Motives differ across cultures.
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How to Identify Participant Motives Observe participants. Talk informally to others. Ask participants directly.
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Major Motives for Sport Participants Improving skills Having fun Being with friends Experiencing thrills and excitement Achieving success Developing fitness
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Major Motives for
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This note was uploaded on 11/20/2011 for the course AAS 270 taught by Professor Dr.sanon during the Fall '11 term at SUNY Buffalo.

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Weinberg5E_PP_chapter03 - CHAPTER 3 Motivation Chapter 3:...

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