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Kinesiology & Health Science
KINE 3000
Joseph Baker

KINE3000 final exam notesTopics Coveredlectures notes and textbook chapters 1Introduction to Psychology of PA 2PA and Psychological Health3PA and DepressionAnxiety4Exercise Cognitive Function Sleep and Stress5Individual Correlates of PA 2 6Environmental Correlates of PA 2 7PA Interventions 3 8Aging and PA 4 9Motivation 5 10Anxiety 7 11Arousal Regulation 8 12Dr Paul Dennis Guest Lecture 8 13Imagery SelfTalk Focus and Goals Setting8 14Focus and Concentration 8 15Developing Sport Expertise 16Psychology of InjuryBeesley Guest 17Group CohesionPreston Guest 11 18Youth Sport 9 19Special Topic Exercise is Medicine 20Special Topic Silvia Ruegger 1KINE3000 final exam notesFocus and Concentration 8 1What is focus Aa multidimensional construct with several components Battention to relevant environmental cues Cmaintenance of attention Dawareness of the surrounding situation Eability to shift attention when necessary Fall of the above Gnone of the above2Monitoring bodily functions and feeling such as heart rate breathing and muscle tension is known as Aassociative attentional strategiesBdissociative attentional strategiesCsingle channel Dvariable allocation 3Which of the following is true regarding associative and dissociative attention Adissociative strategies can decrease fatigue and monotonyBassociative strategies are generally correlated with fast marathon running performances Cmarathon runners use dissociative strategies more often in practice and associative strategies more often in competitionDall of the above EA and B only FA and C only GB and C only 4Being absorbed in the present and having no thoughts about past or future is associated with Aexpert advantage Bparalysis by analysis Celite athletes peak performance Delite athletes worst performance Eall of the above Fnone of the above 5What can be concluded from Simon and Chases study on the difference between experts and novices in chess Aexperts are better at reconstructing a structured chess board Bexperts are better at identifying structured patterns of play from their domain Cexperts can access information at more eficient rates than nonexpertsDthere was no difference between experts and novices EA B and C only 2
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