GCSE Sports Psychology Edexcel

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  • Sports Psychology
    • Types of Skill
      • Classification
        • Complex
          • Hard, High concentration
            • A smash shot in Badminton
        • Basic
          • Easy, low concentration
            • Sidefoot pass in Football
        • Low organisation
          • Clear simple phases
            • A set shot in Basketball
        • Close
          • Stable, predictable
            • Tennis serve
        • Open
          • Always changing
            • Football match
        • High organisation
          • Complicated and difficult phases
            • A somersault in Trampolining
      • Practice Structures
        • Distributed
          • Learned in sessions
            • Lower ability or less experienced players
        • Fixed
          • Practice in a single situation
            • Free shot in Basketball
        • Massed
          • Learned without break
            • Fit and experienced athletes
        • Variable
          • Practice in various situations
            • Football - weather conditions
    • Mental Preperation
      • Pre-warm up
      • Mental rehearsal - Visualise
        • A sprinter in the blocks looking up at the track
      • Varies according to athlete and sport
    • Guidance and Feedback
      • Guidance
        • Verbal
          • DISADVANTAGE ~ Hard for beginners and hard to fully understand ~
          • ADVANTAGE ~ Further deatail, specific, backs up visual ~
          • WHAT?   ~ When a specific concept is explained by mouth ~
        • Visual
          • ADVANTAGE ~ Easy to understand ~
          • DISADVANTAGE ~ Harder to show difficult skills and to ask questions for clarification~
          • WHAT?    ~A video or a  demo ~
        • Manual & Mechanical
          • DISADVANTAGE ~ Not always practical and doesnt apply for all sports
          • ADVANTAGE  ~ Gives the athlete or performer a 'feel' for movement
          • WHAT?     ~ When the coach is acctually in contact with the learner as they performt he skill
      • Feedback
        • Concurrent
          • Feedback duriing the performance
        • Terminal
          • Feedback after the perormance
        • Extrinsic
          • Feedback from the coack
        • Intrinsic
          • Feedback form yourself
      • Graphs
    • Smart Goals
      • Achievable
      • Measurable
      • Realistic
      • Specific
      • Time-bound
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Spectacular overview of all subtopics in this quite complicated topic within the syllabus.

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