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Emotion in Sport. Crocker, Kowalski, Graham, Kowalski. Definitions. Emotions: complex psychophysiological states of limited duration that have adaptive functions. Quick onset. Short duration. Common perceptual or cognitive appraisal antecedents.

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Emotion in sport

Emotion in Sport

Crocker, Kowalski, Graham, Kowalski


Definitions

Definitions

  • Emotions: complex psychophysiological states of limited duration that have adaptive functions.

    • Quick onset.

    • Short duration.

    • Common perceptual or cognitive appraisal antecedents.

    • Distinctive physiological or neurological patterns.

    • Distinctive subjective feelings (affect).

    • Distinctive physical expressions.


Definitions1

Definitions

  • Mood: diffused, global, subjective feeling state.

    • Longer duration.

    • No emotion-defining attributes (facial expressions, specific physiological patterns, specific cognitive appraisals absent).

    • Relationship to something is key.


Definitions2

Definitions

  • Affect: subjective feeling state that can be pleasant or unpleasant, varies in intensity, often associated with preceding thoughts and subsequent actions.

    • Short  Long term.


Definitions3

Definitions

  • Temperament: stable individual differences in how people experience and express emotions.

    • Often called trait in ESS.


Competing views of emotion

Competing Views of Emotion

  • Evolutionary Perspective (Darwin)

  • Emotion = Physiology (Toe tapping)

  • Social Construction (Federer)

  • Cognitive Theories

    • Attribution Theory

    • Cognitive Motivational Relational Theory


Attribution theory

Attribution Theory

Stability

Unstable

Stable

Ability

Aptitude

Intelligence

Health/illness

Effort

Practice

Internal

Locus

Task difficulty

Teammate’s ability

Coach’s ability

Officials

Luck

Weather

External


Cognitive motivational relational

Cognitive Motivational Relational

  • Lazarus: emotions arise as a joint product of personality and environment.

  • Primary Appraisal…

  • Secondary Appraisal…

  • 7 key factors identified.


7 key factors

7 Key Factors

  • Ego Involvement

  • Fate of Personal Goals

  • Appraisal

  • Personal Meaning

  • Provocation

  • Action Tendency

  • Coping


Action theory

Action Theory

  • The emphasis is on the concept of emotions having benefits or costs NOT being inherently positive or negative.

  • Must agree w/ Lazarus’ person-environment interaction to support Action Theory.

  • Self-Regulative & Social-Regulative


Individual zones of optimal functioning

Individual Zones of Optimal Functioning

  • We all have different levels of functioning that we utilize and performances are not equal across those levels among athletes.


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