What is the main difference between HAPA and PMT?
a. HAPA only includes risk perception and outcome expectancies
b. Only lies in the action and coping planning.
c. Does not use the GLTEQ scale
d. No differenc
Point of Decision Prompts
Increase activity by providing info necessary to motivate people to change their behaviour and to
maintain change over time.
Info is intended to change knowledge about the benefits of activity,
Physical Activity and Body Composition Relations
Did you Know?
EcoGym when you get onto the machine it actually powers the facility. The more people that come and
work out, the lower the energy cost is to that facility. The members can get a cas
Self Efficacy and Affect Responses in Spirit Interval Training
Sprint interval training was introduced in order for time reduction in the recommended exercise.
Therefore, this brought in the idea that there was no excuse in not getting in your ex
Intro to Exercise Psychology
How much exercise and physical activity should we be doing?
o Guidelines: for health benefits, children 5-17 years should accumulate at least 60 minutes of
moderate to vigorous intensity physical activity daily. This
Framework to Understanding Goals in Teams
Nature of Collective Goals in Sport
Brawley et. Al (1992
Team goals typically not stated in specific quantitative terms
70% of goals set are vague, general in nature
Goals for practices largely process
Modeling. to be one of the most powerful means of transmitting values, attitudes, patterns of thoughts and
behaviour. (Bandura, 1986)
Modeled Act Attention Retention Production Motivation Response
o Recent research in neuroscience and psychology tells us that athletes who view specific scenarios
as a threat perform vastly different then athletes who view a similar scenario as a challenge.
o Take for example penalty kick sho
Psychological consequences of exercise. We need to use exercise to change health behaviours.
We will be applying to smoking models
Epidemiology is the study of the distribution and determinations of heal
Protection Motivation Therapy
PMT was designed to explain health behaviour motivation from a disease prevention perspective
How messages are framed to influence peoples exercise.
o Loss message= consequences associated with bad stuff.
o Gain mess
What is the DSM IV Diagnostic Criteria for Anorexia Nervosa?
The DSM-IV (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual, Volume 4) provides guidelines and criteria for mental disorders. In
terms of eating disorders the DSM-IV provides diagnos
Reasons for PA
Health vs Skill Related Fitness
Health related fitness: Cardiorespiratory endurance, ME, MS, body composition and flexibility
Skill related fitness: agility, balance, coordination, speed, power, reaction time
General Recurring Mo
In 1965, a scientists named Martin Seligman started shocking dogs. He was trying to expand on the
research of Pavlov the guy who could make dogs salivate when they heard a bell ring. Seligman wanted
to head in the other direct
Exercise and Mental Health: Depression
Depression is a common mental disorder characterized by sadness, loss of interest or pleasure, feelings of guilt or low
self-worth, disturbed sleep or appetite, low energy and poor concentration.
What is self-efficacy?
Originally defined as expectancy concerted with an individuals beliefs in his/her ability to perform a
behaviour required to produce an outcome (Bandura, 1977)
Has been revised as peoples b
Defining the boundaries of the psychology of human movement science
Looking at the professional and recreational side of sport
Trying to understand sport behaviour and a strong emphasis on trying to improve sport performance
Group Dynamics in Sport
o Energy, Change and Vitality
Groups have to form and then they have to develop. Because of that formation and development their
energetic, vital and are subject to change.
Cohesion: one of the most import
What influences does the presence of others have on performance?
Earliest reported study of the social facilitation phenomenon was that Triplett (1897) the effect of coaction on bicycling performance
The Home Advantage in Sport Competition
The methodology around design the idea of home advantage
o heavy emphasis on retrieving archive data/ win, loss records and see if there influenced by
o Other studies collect real time data an
Study: Using a combined PMT and health action process approach intervention to promote exercise during pregnancy
Purpose: augment a PMT-based PA intervention with an action and coping planning intervention grounded in
the Health action process a
Rehab Psychology. Can you prevent injury from happening based on changing psychological profile?
o Injury prediction
o Injury prevention
o Injury recovery = looking adding psychological treatment in physio.
Tobacco and Health
Smoking causes cancer, heart disease, stroke, lung diseases, diabetes, and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
(COPD), which includes emphysema and chronic bronchitis.
Smoking is directly related for approximat
Self-Presentation in Sport
Self-Presentation-also called impression management
o It refers to the process by which individuals attempt to control the impression other form of them
Public Vs Private Self-Presentation
o Maintenance of private self o
What are the four areas of psychology of human movement science?
a. Sport, Exercise, Health, Wellness
b. Exercise, Health, Health Promotion, Wellness
c. Exercise, Sport, Health, Rehab
d. Rehab, Injury, Wel
Affect Response Exercise Intensity
In order to understand the emotional experience, we need to make sure we understand the intensity of
Distinguish among affect related terms:
o Generic term of how someone feels.
Define Team Building
Team building is a method of assisting the group to
o Increase effectiveness
o Satisfy the needs of its members
o Improve working conditions
o To enhance cohesion
Team building is not support by science.
Prehabilitation and Injury
April 30th 2010 torn ACL
Possible to play with bracing
Eventual need for surgery
Elevation, Ice, NSAIDs (nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs)
Psychological consequences of exercise
Using exercise to change health
Epidemiology Research Terminology
Distribution relates to the frequency and patterns of disease occurrence in a population
Prevalence or how often the disea
Only one animal on the planet will
interfere with the normal regulation of food
Differentiate between eating disorder and
What is the DSM IV Diagnostic Criteria for Anorexia Nervosa?
The DSM-IV (Diagn
October 12, 2016
What is Dementia?
isn't a specific disease. Instead, dementia describes a group of symptoms affecting
memory, thinking and social abilities severely enough to interfere with daily
generally, involves memor
A 24 year old devastated by a car accident had been in an unresponsive state for 5 years
Owen and colleagues put him into a functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) machine
and stated asking him questions
A change in blood flo
Placebo: fake therapy method (patient doesnt know its fake) - psychological
Ex. sugar pills instead of real pills to cure patient of pain
*improvements in health that are not attributable to treatment*
Psychological theory: belief in the treatment or to a
Too Much Sitting
November 4, 2016
Do not include sleeping as sedentary behaviour
Is sitting the new smoking?
Any waking behaviour characterized by an energy expenditure 1.5 metabolic equivalents
(METs) while in a sitting or rec
November 4, 2016
E-cigarettes, which heat nicotine-laced flavoured liquids into a vapour, have grown into a global
More than a quarter of students in grades 10 -12 say they have tried e-cigarettes
Targeting young people beca
Mental Health Depression
Did you know?
20% of Canadians will experience a mental illness in their lifetime
8% of adults in Canada affected by depression
Affects people of all ages
Half who suffer from depression or anxiety have never gone to see a doctor