Psychology 2 of 3

Key points from the course 2 of 3

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  • Psychology
    • Goals
      • Types of Goal
        • Length
          • Short term
          • Intermediate
        • Outcome
        • Process
      • S.M.A.R.T.E.R
    • Confidence
      • Arouses Positive Emotions
      • Facilitates Concentration
      • Focus on Stimuli
      • Remain Calm
      • Set challenging but achievable goals
      • SC Trait~ Global
      • SC State~ Spesific
    • Attentional Control
      • Attentional Control
        • Parts become automatic = spare attentional capacity
      • Cue Utilisation
      • Attentional Styles
        • Narrow-One aspect
        • Broad- All aspects
        • Internal- Self focus
        • External- Focus on Opposition
    • Emotional Control
      • Effects
        • Tachycardia
        • Faster breathing rate
        • Sweating
        • Ability to focus
      • Theories
        • Inverted U
        • Catastrophe
        • Drive
        • Peak Flow
    • Anxiety & Stress
      • A-Trait~ fear of unfamilar situations
      • A-state~ fear of specific situations
      • Stressors
        • Social e.g. peer dissaproval
        • Physical e.g. fear of injury
        • Climatic e.g. extreme weather
        • Psychological e.g. task too hard
      • Relaxation Techniques
        • Imagery Relaxation
        • Thought Stopping
        • Mental Rehursal
        • Attentional Control Training
        • Cue-Utalisation
        • Self Talk
        • Progressive Muscle Relaxation
        • Centring- focus on diaphragm control
        • Biofeedback- Moniter skin temp.
  • Performance
    • Types of Goal
      • Length
        • Short term
        • Intermediate
      • Outcome
      • Process
  • Efficacy- Situational Confidence
    • Confidence
      • Arouses Positive Emotions
      • Facilitates Concentration
      • Focus on Stimuli
      • Remain Calm
      • Set challenging but achievable goals
      • SC Trait~ Global
      • SC State~ Spesific
    • Factors Contributing
      • Vicarious Experience (Visual)
      • Verbal Persuasion
      • Emotional Arousal (State Anxiety too high)
  • Performance Accomplishments
    • Factors Contributing
      • Vicarious Experience (Visual)
      • Verbal Persuasion
      • Emotional Arousal (State Anxiety too high)
  • Selective Attention
    • Attentional Control
      • Attentional Control
        • Parts become automatic = spare attentional capacity
      • Cue Utilisation
      • Attentional Styles
        • Narrow-One aspect
        • Broad- All aspects
        • Internal- Self focus
        • External- Focus on Opposition

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