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Sports Psychology Key Points 3 of 3 

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  • Psychology
    • Personality
      • Trait Theory
        • Extrovert
        • Introvert
        • Stable
        • Neurotic
        • Phychotism
      • Social Learning
        • Hollanders Structure of Personality
          • 1.Psychological Core
            • Permanent; Beliefs and values
          • 2. Role-Related Behaviour
            • Responses in certain situations
          • 3. Social Enviroment
            • Behaviour and Expectations of others effecting roles
      • Interactionist
        • B= f(PE)
      • Type A
        • Rapid Pace
        • High Stress Levels
        • Easily Aroused
        • Needs to be in control
        • Accept Challenge
      • Testing
        • Problems
          • Unreliable
          • Desire to create favourable impression
          • Lack of Objectivity
          • Time consuming
          • Questions cause confusion
    • Attitudes
      • Triadic Model
        • Cognitive~Knowledge
          • e.g. finess training keeps me fit
        • Affective~Feelings
          • e.g. I enjoy training
        • Behavioural
          • e.g. I Go to the gym
      • Prejudice
        • Reinforced steryeotypes
      • Changing attitudes
        • Persuasive Communication
        • Cognitive dissonance
      • Evaluation
        • Observation-Related to event,Difficult to Quantify
        • Questionnaires
        • Physiological Tests e.g. Blood Pressure, measurable
    • Attribution
      • External Stable-TASK DIFFICULTY
      • External Unstable- LUCK
      • Internal Stable- ABILITY
      • Internal Unstable- EFFORT
      • Locus of Control -intensity of performers feelings
      • Repeated Failure- Learned Helplessness (Internal atribution)
        • Global/ Spesific
      • Retraining= Internal -> External for failure raising efficacy
    • Aggression/Assertion
      • Hostile Aggression- Intent to harm with anger
      • Assertion- No intent to harmwithin the rules
      • Theories
        • Instinct
        • Social Learning
        • Aggression Cue
        • Frustration Aggression
      • Causes
        • Hostile Crowd
        • Officiating Decisions
        • Losing
        • Excessive pressure to win
        • Relaxation Techniques
        • Remove aggressive players
      • Control
        • Punishment
        • Reward Non agressive acts
  • Instrumental Aggression- Intent to harm with goal to win
    • Aggression/Assertion
      • Hostile Aggression- Intent to harm with anger
      • Assertion- No intent to harmwithin the rules
      • Theories
        • Instinct
        • Social Learning
        • Aggression Cue
        • Frustration Aggression
      • Causes
        • Hostile Crowd
        • Officiating Decisions
        • Losing
        • Excessive pressure to win
        • Relaxation Techniques
        • Remove aggressive players
      • Control
        • Punishment
        • Reward Non agressive acts

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