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Intro to Sports and Exercise Psychology 2013-10-01  6 Labs (1 Bonus TOP 5 COUNT 3% Each) worth 15%  35% for the mid term  50% for the final exam Objectives of Sport and Exercise Psychology a) How psychological factors effects an individuals physical performance in sports and exercise b) How participation in sports and exercise effects an individuals psychological development, health and well being Comprehensive Objective -Obtain an understanding (through description explaining and predicting) of the behaviors and performance of individuals or groups in sports and exercise BEHAVIOUR = a unique way of responding to ALL stimuli PREFORMACNE = goal directed behavior for the purpose of a term of a task Orientation to Sports and Exercise Psychology 1. Behavioral: behavior of athletes determined by the environment 2. Psychophysiological: study impact of physiological responses to activity on behavior 3. Cognitive behavioral: behavior determined by ones interpretation of both environment and cognitions (thoughts) Professional Approaches  Clinical Counselling : eating disorders  Crisis Intervention: “
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