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PEDS303 Lecture Notes - Curling, Catecholamine, Biofeedback

2 pages31 viewsFall 2012

Department
Physical Education and Sport
Course Code
PEDS303
Professor
John Dunn

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Major Sport and Psych Journals continued Sept 12
AASP Publication
When looking for which place to study grad studies involving sport psych,
consider the Directory of Grad programs in applied sport psych (10th ed).
Madison, WI. Association for Applied Sport Psych (soon to become the
directory of grad programs in sport and exercise psychology)
Know that this is the best source for undergrad studies and deciding where
you want to study sport psych.
Sport and Exercise Psychology Orientation
Researchers adopt different ways (orientations) of studying the individual and
the sport/exercise environment
1.) Psychophysiological Orientation
Study of psychological reactions and psychological processes through
measures of physiological responses
There are some psychologists who study psychology of sport performance
who try to understand the connection between physiological processes and
psychological processes
Use Heart Rate, Electroencephalography (EEG), and Blood catecholamine
levels
Ex. Teaching a curler to lower their heart rates when attempting to make an
important shot
EEG – studies what parts of the brain are active or inactive during certain
situations
Blood catecholamine levels – examine the chemical levels of what is in your
blood to make an inference about your psychological state.
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