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Kinesiology
Course
Kinesiology 1088A/B
Professor
Prof
Semester
Fall

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Functions of Imagery (Paivio, 1985) Cognitive – used more in training - Specific skills, general strategies Motivational – success and feelings in competition - Specific (achieve goals) - General arousal (feelings and emotions) - General mastery (challenging situations) Applied Model (Martin, Moritz, and Hall, 1999) Sport Situation -> Imagery Type ---> Outcome Imagery Ability How does imagery work? a) Symbolic Learning a. Create motor program in CNS b. Mental blueprint of movement pattern b) Psychoneuromuscular Theory a. Neuromuscular impulses identical to actual performance; reduced amplitude c) Psychological Skill Development a. Coping skills b. Stress reduction d) Bio-informational Theory a. Imagery scripts – response and stimulus propositions to an imaged scenario e) Triple Code Model – IMS a. Image b. Somatic response c. Meaning (unique) Attention Control/Concentration – Ch.16 Definition: the ability to direct and hold thoughts and senses on specific objects, events or feelings - Focus on relevant environment cues (selective attention) - Maintain focus over
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