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Mental Aspects of Officiating. Mental Aspects. RESPONSE TIME consistency in timing of call is most important sudden changes in signals or timing indicate something is wrong tendency is to establish a rhythm based on events with greatest frequency

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mental aspects
Mental Aspects

RESPONSE TIME

  • consistency in timing of call is most important
  • sudden changes in signals or timing indicate something is wrong
  • tendency is to establish a rhythm based on events with greatest frequency
  • result is a rhythm that is inappropriate for less obvious events
  • quick calls become questionable
  • slow calls are unconvincing
  • better officials allow the uncertain events to establish the rhythm of response
  • allows for greater consistency in response time
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Mental Aspects

OFFICIATING SLUMPS

  • officials can have slumps just like players
  • self-doubt becomes more prevalent and confidence is questionable
  • not easy to get up for every game
  • impossible to permanently avoid, best to minimize duration and severity
  • revitalization break or a “big game” are effective ways to break out
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Mental Aspects

PSYCHOLOGICAL SKILLS

  • Imagery-- the skill of re-creating in your mind the experiences you have had or the experiences you would like to have
  • having the ability to control your images to make them do what you want
  • imagery cannot replace conditioning and physical practice
  • Attributions--the need to explain why we succeed or fail to ourselves

Internal-- “I have ability” or “I have put forth effort”

External-- “That was a lucky call” or “My partner wasn’t very good”

  • Attributions are better when they are internal and the official accepts responsibility
  • External Attributions adversely effects self-confidence.
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Mental Aspects

SUCCESSFUL OFFICIATING

  • concentration and focus on the events that are occurring
  • identifying the important calls of the game and reacting accordingly
  • ability to anticipate the sequence of events as they are likely to occur
  • recognize the different potential range of events that occur at different levels
  • the ability to wait for everything that might happen to happen, then react
  • judge an event not on its occurrence, but on its relevance
  • allow the uncertain events to establish the rhythm of response
  • a certain amount of arrogance, but not overconfident
  • overconfidence leads to mistakes
  • takes away pre-game anxiety
  • a mild case of pre-game jitters promotes preparedness and psyches you up