A2 PE Psychology Long Term 3

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  • A2 P.E Psychological Long Term
    • Short and long term memory
      • Sort term sensory store
        • first memory component
        • hold a lot of information for 20-30 seconds
          • more evident at speed
      • Short term memory
        • work space to make decisions
      • Long term memory
        • where all experiences are stored
          • brought back to short term for use in decisions
    • Attention Focus
      • ability to concentrate
      • refractory time
        • the time when you realise you have made the wrong decision perception before you can do anything about it
    • Cohesion
      • Group cohesion
        • collective identity
        • shared purpose
        • structured  pattern of communication
          • the total field that forces members to remain in a group
      • Task Cohesion
        • staying together to achieve a common goal
      • Sociial Cohesion
        • stay together as like each other and interact together
      • how to build
        • Forming- group meets or is built
        • Storming - tension as roles are tasks established
        • Performing - group matures and works together
      • Carron identified 4 factors
        • 1. Environment ( age, location, ethos)
          • Holding camps
          • equal importance and value of all
          • rewarding and crtising equally
        • 2. Personal ( belief, desire)
          • all feel ownership
          • mixing old and young
          • sharing responsibility
          • creating belief
          • avoiding cliques
          • working on motivations
          • identify social loafers
        • 3.leadership (influence to build identity and identity)
          • unite behind leader
          • treat players as individuals
          • avoid criticizing in front of others
          • know each person
        • 4. Team (ability and role of each member)
          • use short and long term goals
          • identify roles and team ethic
          • devise system of rewards and punishments
          • encourage social bonding and social events


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