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02:24 Review all 3 quiz materials. ∙       Review lectures on exercise and pathology and relationships. Positivity ratio (3:1) Losada (3:1) Ratio of positive to negative emotions Focus on increasing, taking advantage of positive emotions Involved in Barbra Fredrickson’s Broaden and Build Theory Goal setting theory (actual components) Action caused by a purpose Goal difficulty Specificity Commitment Acceptance Self-efficacy The more difficult the goal, the greater the achievement. The more specific or explicit the goal, the more precisely performance is regulated.  Goals that are both specific and difficult lead to the highest performance.  Achieved mainly through Quantification Ex. Increase sales by 10% Enumeration Here is a list of tasks to be accomplished. High commitment goals is attained when:  The individual is convinced that the goal is important The individual is convinced that the goal is attainable.  (or that at least progress can be  made toward it) Commitment – attained when the individual views the goal as both important and  attainable
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Self-efficacy (what is it?)
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This note was uploaded on 03/19/2012 for the course PSYC 120 taught by Professor Andersen during the Fall '11 term at University of Delaware.

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