KIN 102 Final

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progressive education

Multi-activity model

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Two main objectives of sport psych

How factors effect sport performance and how to manipulate those factors to create positive outcomes

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Difference between exercise and sport psychology

Exercise- principles in exercise settings (usually not involving competition)

Sport- Psychological factors that come into play before, during, and after sporting situations

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Main objective of exercise psychology

Examine exercise behaviours of the general populus

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Lab research in psych field

Effects of leadership and team effectiveness

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Non-lab research in psych field

pre-game routines and team dynamics in practice vs play

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Methods in knowing about human movement

Interviews, questionnaires, observation, content analysis, and physiological components

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Psychophysiological approach

Best explanation for for behaviour lies within physiological processes (heart rate, breathing, etc.)

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Social-psychological approach

Behaviours are the result of an interaction between environment and personal factors

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Cognitive behaviour approach

behaviours stem from an individuals thoughts and beliefs

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Motivation

Direction and intensity of effort

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Theories used to understand motivation

Social cognitive, achievement goal, attribution

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behaviour is influenced by a combination of personal, environmental, and behavioural factors

Social Cognitive theory

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Individuals tend to create their own goals based on task or ego orentations

Achievement goal theory

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Focuses on factors that individuals use to explain their successes and failures

Attribution theory

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Three categories of factors

Stability, Locus of causality, Locus of control

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5 tips for increasing motivation

Recognize that situations and personality influences, remember individuals have multiple reasons, change environment or situations, remember leadership plays a role, and set attainable goals

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Mental Toughness

Motivated, dealing with pressure, having confidence, and maintaining concentration

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Psychological skill development (PSD)

systematic and consistent practice of mental psychological skills for the purpose of enhancing performance, enjoyment, or self satisfaction

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Middle of the mental skills pyramid

concentration, self-talk, imagery

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Storming

resistance to leaders and interpersonal conflict

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norming

cooperation

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Task cohesion

group members working together to perform well

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exercise physiology

study of how the body responds and adapts to physical stress

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sport physiology

application of exercise physiology principles to guide training and enhance sport performance

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Acute exercise effects definition

sudden and immediate responses to exercise

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Acute

Increased heart rate

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Chronic exercise effects definition

over time with long term adaptions

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chronic leads to increased what

increased effeciency

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activities of daily living

basic personal tasks on a daily basis

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instrumental activities of daily living

activities done to maintain a household

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Exercise

planned and structured PA with the purpose of wanting to improve physical fitness

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In order for the body to do more work it has to…

produce more energy

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Adenosine triphosphate (ATP) is what

body’s fuel source

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acute physiological responses put most demand on what

skeletal muscles

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Aerobic Capacity

ability to preform prolonged, large muscle, dynamic exercises at moderate to high intensity

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Body composition

proportion of total body weight made up of fat mass and fat-free mass

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flexibility

ability for joints to move freely through normal r.o.m.

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muscular endurance

ability of skeletal muscles to repeatedly generate force

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muscle strength

ability of skeletal muscles to generate force

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body must be stressed to a level beyond what its accustomed to

principle of overload

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when exercise stress is removed gains are lost

principle of reversibility

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study of how humans move

motor behavior

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Fitt’s law states that

movement speed is inversely related to accuracy, as speed increases, accuracy decreases and vice versa

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two ways humans control movement

psychological and physiological

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study of change in performance over time

motor development

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study of acquisition of skill effectiveness overtime with practice

motor learning

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study of motor performance at a given point in time

motor control

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who wrote the book on the nervous system and reflexes

Charles Sherrington

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R.A. Woodworth

pioneer in the behaviour side of motor behaviour

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Edward Thorndike

a general pioneer in the 20th century of motor behaviour

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Why did motor behaviour become largely researched in/after WWII?

  1. military analysts wanted to see which people would perform best in different positions

  2. rehabilitation

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franklin henry

prof. at Berkley who did research in M.B. and got P.E. to be a legitimate academic discipline (father of kin)

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Motor learning was compared to what in the 70s

computers

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outside-in perspective

Movement to mechanism

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inside-out perspective

mechanism to movement

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blocked

mvmt pattern repeated (novice)

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random

authentic game play (intermediate-expert)

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variable

manipulation of game structure (intermediate to expert)

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sport pedagogy

focus on school P.E. teaching (incl. community based programs)

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study break!

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Physical activity definition

Any level of bodily movement that requires energy expendature.

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Physical education definition

Planned program with the intent of helping students develop knowledge, skills and ability

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Essential components of high quality PE program

opportunity, meaningful, targeted, assessment

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essential teaching behaviors

teacher movement, meaningful feedback, time management

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human mvmt model

mvmt education

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humanistic sport and PE model

personal and social

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lifelong wellness model

concept based approach

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experiential and adventure education model

outdoor education

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play and sport education model

sport education

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ecological approach model

dynamic systems therory

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what is prime instruction time?

1 minute or less

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disabilities are always visible

false

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difference between activity limitation and participation restriction

activity limitation is during everyday life (hearing, seeing)

participation restriction doesn’t allow them to “be”

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medical model of disability focuses on what

condition over the person

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social construction focuses on the idea of what

disability is socially constructed

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International class of functioning, disability, and health conceptualizes disability as what

interaction between the individual and their environment

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what is social inclusion

providing opportunities to form meaningful relationships

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what is active parallel play?

Individual is participating in a different activity altogether

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Equipment falls under what category of the ETA model?

Task

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IMAPA looks at participant as healthy

true

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while sport has the potential to be great, it can also

do harm

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common sense belief

a belief widely accepted to be true by society

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“cultural practices” in sport refer to

Dominant language being used

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The overarching goal of sport sociology

try to improve conditions for athletes

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Studying sport sociology allows for a deeper understanding of what

equity and empathy

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Structural components for sport sociology include

Spheres of social life

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rules can be both internal and external

true

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ideology definition

wide shared beliefs interwoven into society

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Binary logic

This or that mentality

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sport allows us to learn a great deal about what

values of a society

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sociological imagination

personal troubles are connected to wider social issues

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someone who studies individual’s issues that may stem from society

sport psychologist

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cultural theory

core values and collective meanings assigned to human interactions

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hegemony has a dominant culture

false- dominant minority

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who said that power is always productive

Michel Foucault

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disciplinary techniques are used as instruments of what

power

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individual choice, moral duty, and consumption

Tenets of neoliberal ideology

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health definition

absence of illness

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neoliberal ideology

people must take personal responsibility for their own lives

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