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1.3 Personality characteristics of individuals

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Unit 17 Psychology for Sports Performance
Assessment 1 personality and how it effects sports performance
Checking for learning
1) Name a theory of personality
2) Define personality
3) What are the three stages of Marten schematics personality model
4)

Pick a stage from this model and relate this to how it effects sports performance
Checking for learning
1) Martens schematic view,
psychodynamic theory
,
trait theory,
situational approach
,
interactional approach

2) The sum total of an individuals characteristics which makes him unique
3) Psychological core, Typical Responses, Role related behavior
Objective 1


Objective 2

Friday 3rd October

Session aim:
To recognise personality characteristics of individuals
Objective 3



Compare and contrast Type A versus Type B personality



Formative task


Key words for today:

Type A
Type B
Personality
Trait
Elite athletes
Non elite athletes
Indivudal sports
Team sports






Know the effects of personality on sports performance

17/10/14
Activity 1
PERSONALITY TYPE
harepoint
og on to
PERSONALITY TYPES
Personality traits can be linked under two headings :

Type A
and
Type B
PERSONALITY TYPES
Personality traits can be linked under two headings :

Type A
and
Type B
Type A personality
Lack patience
Strong urge for competition
High desire to achieve goals
Rush to complete activities
Happily multi task when under time constraints
Lack tolerance towards others
Experience higher levels of anxiety
Type B personality
More tolerant towards others
More relaxed and reflective than type A's
Lower levels of anxiety
Higher levels of imagination and creativity
Objective 1


Objective 2

Friday 3rd October

Session aim:
To recognise personality characteristics of individuals
Objective 3



Compare and contrast Type A versus Type B personality



Formative task


Key words for today:

Type A
Type B
Personality
Trait
Elite athletes
Non elite athletes
Indivudal sports
Team sports






17/10/14
Know the effects of personality on sports performance


Effects on sports performance
Athletes v non-athletes and individual versus team sports
Compared with non athletes , athletes who take part in team sports are more extroverted
When compared to non athletes, athletes in individual sports tend to be more introverted
to study the difference you must consider the sports the athletes play
Key terms
Introvert - not actively seeking excitement, prefer calm environments
Extrovert
- bored quickly, poor at long concentration tasks constantly seeking change and excitement
Elite v non-elite athletes

research show that personality accounts for less than 1% of the performance variation
Type A v Type B
Type A more likely to continue in sport when the situation becomes unfavorable or not motivated
Formative task 1
Complete the questions in the work book regarding personalities in sport and the effect they have on sports performance
Objective 1


Objective 2

Friday 3rd October

Session aim:
To recognise personality characteristics of individuals
Objective 3



Compare and contrast Type A versus Type B personality



Formative task


Key words for today:

Type A
Type B
Personality
Trait
Elite athletes
Non elite athletes
Indivudal sports
Team sports






17/10/14
Know the effects of personality on sports performance


1. Define personality and describe how it influences sport participation and performance

2. Explain the different theories that try to explain the link between personality and sports participation and performance
3, Explain how these theories try to explain that link
4. Evaluate contrasting arguments that relate to the link between personality and sports performance
Formative test questions
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