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Unit 17: Psychology for Sports Performance

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C Addy

on 12 February 2014

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Transcript of Unit 17: Psychology for Sports Performance

What is Psychology?
What impacts do you think psychological factors have upon sporting performances?
Your Task:
In pairs, discuss the different psychological factors which may affect the sporting performers performance within your given scenario.
Learning Outcomes of the Unit:

Unit 17: Psychology for Sports Performance
Know the effect of personality and motivation on sports performance
Know the relationship between stress, anxiety, arousal and sports performance
Know the role of group dynamics in team sports
Be able to plan a psychological skills training programme to enhance sports performance.
What is motivation?
There are many motivations which cause a person to do "something".

Motivation is inspired by two factors:
Internal rewards
External rewards
Intrinsic Motivation:
"Intrinsic motivation is when someone is participating in an activity without the presence of some form of external reward."
Extrinsic Motivation
Extrinsic motivation is when someone behaves the way they do mainly because of some form of mechanism
Motivation: a drive to take part in some form of activity and to persisting in that activity.
Internal rewards/motivation is:
Our goals and internal drives, which makes us feel the way we feel.
For example: Enjoyment and Satisfaction
External rewards/motivation is:
When we receive either an tangible or intangible reward.
For example: Receiving praise or a medal.

There are three parts of intrinsic motivation:
Being motivated by accomplishments
Being motivated by stimulation
Being motivated by knowledge
The most common forms of extrinsic motivation come through the use of tangible and intangible rewards.
Tangible rewards are thing that can be physically given to you, i.e. money, medals and trophies.
Intangible rewards are non-physical things such as praise and encouragement.
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