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Sports Psychology. Health Psychology. Sports Psychology. Psych factors affecting sports performance To enhance athletic & ____________ performance. Purpose of Goals. Gauge commitment ____________ Motivate Measure achievement. Goal Setting. Positive phrasing Precise, measurable

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sports psychology

Sports Psychology

Health Psychology

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Sports Psychology
  • Psych factors affecting sports performance
  • To enhance athletic & ____________ performance
purpose of goals
Purpose of Goals
  • Gauge commitment
  • ____________
  • Motivate
  • Measure achievement
goal setting
Goal Setting
  • Positive phrasing
  • Precise, measurable
  • Performance focus, not _________
  • Rank order
  • Moderate difficulty
  • Write down
visualization
Visualization
  • Practice: mental-physical link
    • physical practice unavailable, impractical, ____________
  • Build confidence
  • Improve concentration, learning
simulation
Simulation
  • Practice mimics real performance situation
    • _______________
    • Judges, Referees
    • Distractions (e.g., noise, cameras)
    • Physical conditions (e.g., terrain, temperature)
    • Fatigue
the zone
The “zone”
  • Relaxed, alert, immersed in activity
  • Perceive sufficient skill
  • Moderate _________
  • Positive thinking
    • no neg thoughts
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Full attention on performance
    • no analysis of _________ or technique
    • no distractions
  • Natural, not forced
left brain
Left Brain
  • Tasks ____________
  • Analytical activities, logic
    • Language and verbal instruction
    • Mathematics
    • Planning, goal setting
    • Analysis of complex skills
right brain
Right Brain
  • ____________ of complex activities
    • Imagery
    • Coordination, execution of complex moves
    • Flowing movement
    • Intuition and creativity
concentration
Concentration
  • Takes practice
  • Both focus & ____________
  • Rapid changes
stress
Stress
  • Yerkes-Dodson:
  • _______________
increasing stress psyching up
Increasing Stress (Psyching Up)
  • Warm up faster, harder
  • Use imagery (e.g., being chased by shark)
  • Use suggestion (Energy is flowing into me)
  • Focus on _____________________
  • Focus on personal goals
strategy analyze opponent
Strategy: Analyze opponent
  • Cues, ____________
    • Movements, Muscle tension, Glances
  • Weaknesses
  • Favorite moves, strategies