Enlarging the Family Circle
Over past 50 years, fertility rate dropped significantly in Canada. 1959; 3.93
children per woman, 2000; 1.49 children per woman. Then increased to 1.7
children per woman by 2009.
Sociological Perspectives on Having C
1: What is behavior, generally and technically? List an example
General - Behavior is anything a person does,
Technical - Behavior is any muscular, glandular, or electrical activity of an organism.
2:What are three synonyms for behavior?
Sport Psyc Assignment three
5. A basketball player that has made a foul shoot before may recall previous attempts and gain a
sense of clam knowing that the shoot is nothing special.
8. cognitive reappraisal is changing the way you vi
In general terms, behavior is anything that a person says or does. In
technical terms, behavior is any muscular, glandular, or electrical activity of an
organism. Three examples of sport-r
PSYCH 2440 ASSIGNMENT # 4
2) Escape conditioning is similar to punishment because they both involve the use of an aversive
stimulus (or punisher). Escape conditioning occurs when there are certain stimuli whose removal
instantly after the occur
Final Exam Questions Assignment #3
Chapter 9: questions 1, 3, 4, 6, 7, 12, 13, 14, 15.
1. In a sentence each, summarize three important characteristics of our emotions, and name the
type of conditioning involved in each
a) The reaction that one feels i
Assignment #1 Final Exam Questions
Chapter 1: questions 1, 2, 4, 5, 11, 14, 16, 18, 20, 22.
1. What is behaviour, generally and technically? Describe three sport examples that are not in
Generally, behaviour is anything that a person says or
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Sports Psychology Study Pack 2011
SPORTS PSYCHOLOGY FINAL EXAM QUESTIONS
Q. 4) How do many traditional psychologists use general terms such as
intelligence, attitude, and personality? Illustrate with an example.
Many traditional psycho
Ch 10 : Coming Apart: The Divorce experience
1. With confederation in 1867, which of the following gained exclusive authority
in matters of divorce? Federal Parliment
2. Susan wants a divorce from Michal on grounds of marriage breakdown. How
long will she
Ch 4: Wedding Bells
1) which of the following types of marriage is not legally allowed in Canada?
2) Which province offers no rights to cohabitating partners regarding property
divison the family residence or spousal support? Quebec
Sport Psyc Assignment one
3. An over behavior can be easily monitored by observers, things such as blinking your eyes or
stretching your neck. Whereas covert behaviors cannot be readily monitored by observers many
of these covert beh
Sport Psyc Assignment two
4. Rule governed behavior is simply behavior governed by a rule. An example would be a coach
saying If we all manage to finish 12 laps in 10minets we can end practice.
6. Contingency learned behavior is typi
Sport Psyc Assignment four
2. Willpower is seen as some magical force within us, it is not a useful concept as it is not
something that someone tell you how to actually gain.
3. The first part of the behavioral model of self-managem
Q3Overt behavior are behaviors that are easily monitored by observers. An example of over
behavior might be hitting a team mate or a player from the opposing team. A covert behaviour
are types of behaviours or acti
Q4) Rule-governed behavior: this is a behavior that is controlled by the statement of a rule. An example is
when a soccer coach tell his players during practice if every player has at least one shot on target, they
will have a scrim
Q5) An example is when a soccer player is trying how to do 50 juggles with the ball without dropping the
ball, but always fails to do it. As the soccer player prepares to start the juggle again, it has become a
Q2) Willpower is responsible for overcoming certain problems, such as bad habits. It is believed
to be like a force within us. It is useful because it can help improve yourself and get rid of some
Q3) behavioral model o
Application exercise 3
Emotion selected: Anger.
Sport Played by the athlete; soccer
Typical causes of that emotion for that athlete
when missing lots of chances
When substituted by coach
When defenders pressure and tackle him
Application exercise 4
Use this list to help you achieve your goals and improve your overall performance when you go
for practice or in a match. Use a scale of 1-5 to give your response or yes or no for some response.
Arrived on time
Application exercise 2
Distracters: Psych-out attempts by opponents (e.g., specific comments, body language, disruptions,
etc.) mental rehearsal. They said I look weak and skinny to break through their defense. Positive
Final exam questions
1. What is behaviour, generally and technically? Describe 3 sport examples that are not in this
In general terms, behaviour is anything a person says or does. Technically behaviour is any
muscular, glandular, or ele
5. Using the model for respondent conditioning, diagram an example (that is not in this book) of
respondent conditioning of an emotion in a sport context.
An example using the model for respondent conditioning of an emotion in a sp