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Lecture 6

Lecture 6

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Department
Kinesiology
Course Code
Kinesiology 2276F/G
Professor
J.Paige Gregson

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Lecture 6- Self Determination Theory (Ch3) Objectives  Identify, differentiate and give examples of the 6 forms of motivation  Define and provide examples of the 3 basic psychological needs  Have an understanding of the breadth of SDT  Identify the 9 tips for fostering competence, autonomy and relatedness  Identify common trends of SDT research in exercise Self-Determination Theory  Based on an organismic dialectical viewpoint o Humans have an innate tendency to actively engage and grow o Social-contextual factors that facilitate and hinder this innate tendency  Ultimately interested in how specific factors influence cognitions, behaviours, and affect Motivation  Intrinsic Motivation o People engage in activities freely, in pursuit of doing something they are interested in, think will be enjoyable, or think they will learn from  Integrated Regulation o Carrying out an activity because it is congruent/consistent with personally endorsed values and goals that are already part of the self  Most self-determined extrinsic motivation  “Who I am” , “What I do”  Identified Regulation o Engaging in a behaviour because you identify the benefits/importance of that behaviour  Personally endorsed behaviour  Not completely internalized  Introjected Regulation o Activities performed to avoid guilt and shame or to attain ego enhancements and feelings of worth  Controlling yet internalized  Feel attractive, “you’re so ripped”  Common type of motivation for exercise  External Regulation o Carried out to satisfy an external demand, obtain rewards, or avoid punishment  Classic extrinsic motivation  Tangible rewards  Friend/ family member insists  No date or treat, pay a bet  Amotivation o Lacking intention to act, or do so passively  Non self-determined  Do not value the activity  Feeling unable to achieve outcome Basic Psychological Needs  Greater fulfillment of the basic needs leads to more self determined motives  Essential psychological nutriments that are necessary for personality and cognitive growth and wellbeing  Universal  3 basic needs o Competence o Autonomy o Relatedness  Competence o Feeling effective in one’s ongoing interactions with the social environment and experiencing opportunities to demonstrate one’s capacities  Seek out challenges to demonstrate abilities  Attempt to maintain and enhance  Relatedness o Feeling like you are connected with and belong with others, and with one’s community, while feeling a sense of mutual care for on
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