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Kinesiology Sport Psych Term 1.pdf

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Kinesiology 1088A/B
Bob La Rose

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Introduction to Sport and Exercise PsychologyChapter 1 in textSeptember0612808 PMObjectives of sport and exercise psychologyconsider how psychological factors effect an individuals personal performance in a sport and exerciseconsider how participation in sport and exercise effects an individuals psychological development health and wellbeingTo obtain an understanding the behaviour and performance of individuals or groups in sport and exerciseBehaviourunique way of responding to all stimuliGoaldirected behaviour for the purpose of short term execution or a taskBehaviourdetermined by environmentPsychophysiologicalstudy impact of physiological responses to an activity or behaviour CognitiveBehaviouralones interpretation of both environment and cognitions thoughtsProfessional ApproachesClinical Counselling eating disordersCrisis Intervention slumpbustingPsychological assessmentPerformance EnhancementConsultation and Program developmentPrevention and Treatment of InjuriesSport Psychologist VS ConsultantSport Psychologyif you want to understand the behaviour and performance in sport and exercise how we go about studying them and what factors should be included in the studyHow we learn Visual Auditory ExperimentalKolbs Learning Cycle 1 Concrete Experience feelingIn Class Lecture2 Reflective Observation watching what happenedThinking about it after class3 Abstract Conceptualization thinking and understandingStudying4 Active Experimentation trying elsewhere new scenarioExamMethodsWays of KnowingScientific methodexperimentsSystematic ObservationsWatching professionalsSingle Case StudyWatching a single individual or situationShared Public ExperienceUsing public opinions to make a decisionIntrospection thoughtsfeelingsIntuition tacit knowledgeLogicallyWays of Knowing in Sport Psychologyany study of sport psychology should include the following four stepsObservation and Description1identify and define the essential characteristicsExplanation and Analysis2provide reason for findings in 1 Intro Page 1 provide reason for findings in 1Predict what will be3use the knowledge to predict future occurrencesControl how can we4what can we control to change the behaviour or performanceScientific Methodfounded n the concept of objectivitylack of biasresearchers are detached observers and manipulators of natureprocess of learning that uses systematic controlled empirical and critical filteringof knowledge acquired through experience6 steps of Scientific MethodFormulate a Hypothesis1Design Investigation2Select Data3Classify Data4Develop Generalizations5Verify Results6these steps provide a way of collecting reliable and valid data that can be used to develop generalizable theories and laws of human behaviourthis is a slow and conservative process that lacks practicalityProfessional Practice KnowledgeHolistic and Experimentalguided trial and error learning reflecting the complex interplay of many factorsoften innovative and immediately applicable but less reliable and susceptible to biasbiggest difference is the central and active role of the researcher in the process of knowing within the research rather than a neutral outside observerPreeminence of Tacit Knowledgeprocess of influence and intuition that integrates clues into meaningSubsidiary Awareness of Certain Clueswe know more than we can telljust seems logicalUse unique experiences and knowledge to develop strategiesExamplesCase StudiesClinical ReportsInterviewsIntrospective reports journalsParticipant observationShared experiencesactively integrate knowledge with professional experience and temper these with your own insight and intuition Intro Page 2 SummaryOctober1812807 PMObjectivesTo study how psychological factors effect the performance in sport and exerciseTo study how sport and exercise effect psychological development health and wellbeingBehavioura unique way of responding to a stimulusGoaldirected behaviour for the purpose of short term acquisition or taskPsychophysiological impact that physiological responses have to sport and exercise HR brain wave functionCognitivebehavioural one interpretation of environment and thoughtsKolbs Learning CycleConcrete Experience1Reflected Observation2Abstract Conceptualization3Active Experimentation4Scientific Methoduses systematic controlled empirical critical filtering of knowledge acquired through experienceProfessional Practice Methodless reliable and susceptible to biasUsing unique experience to develop strategies Intro Page 3
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