Agression and Arousal

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  • Agression & Arousal
    • Agression
      • Direct
        • Where there is physical contact between performers. When the aggressor uses physical contact directly and deliberately to inflict harm.
        • i.e. a netballer sticking out her elbows to catch the opponents face.
      • Indirect
        • Does not involve physical contact. Taken out on object to gain an advantage over the opponement
        • i.e. a tennis player smashing a return.
    • Arousal
      • put a picture here of the arousal graph
      • The physical and mental state of alertness, varying from deep sleep to intense excitement.
      • Controlling Arousal Levels
        • Deep breathing
        • Mental rehearsal
        • Positive self talk


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