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1.2 Personality Theories

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Transcript of 1.2 Personality Theories

Unit 17
Personality
THANK YOU!
Sports Psychology
http://www.sporcle.com/games/hellofromUK/us-or-uk
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Objective 1

Objective 2

Friday 3rd October

Session aim:
To recognise personality characteristics of individuals

Define the term 'personality'



Key words for today:

Personality
Marten's schematic view
Psychodynamic theory
Trait-centred views
Social learning theory
Situational approach
Type A type B



14 days
Demonstrate an understanding of personality theories

Martens
Schemtic
View

Personality
Objective 1

Objective 2

Friday 3rd October

Session aim:
To recognise personality characteristics of individuals

Define the term 'personality



Key words for today:

Personality
Marten's schematic view
Psychodynamic theory
Trait-centred views
Social learning theory
Situational approach
Type A type B



14 days
Demonstrate an understanding of personality theories

Activity 1

Define your personality in five words

The sum total of an individual’s characteristics which makes him unique”
(Hollander, 1971).


Personality is the more or less stable and enduring organisation of a person’s character, temperament, intellect and physique which determines the unique adjustment to the environment
” (Eysenck, 1978).

• Research into sports personality has been around since the 1800’s.
There are a number of theories and approaches that have been suggested to explain personality
Objective 1

Objective 2

Friday 3rd October

Session aim:
To recognise personality characteristics of individuals

Define the term 'personality



Key words for today:

Personality
Marten's schematic view
Psychodynamic theory
Trait-centred views
Social learning theory
Situational approach
Type A type B



14 days
Demonstrate an understanding of personality theories

and how it can influence sport
Marten's Schematic View
the Psychodynamic Theory
Trait Theory
Situational Approach
Interactional Approach
Activity 2
In pairs can you describe how the model reflects personality ?
In this view, personality is seen as having three different levels that are related to each other
Psychological core
Typical responses
Role-related behavior
The 'real you'
Personality comes from within you
Constant do not tend to change
The usual ways that you respond to the world around you, or different situations you may find yourself in.
These are your typical responses to situations. good indicator to your psychological core
Determined by the circumstances you find yourself in
Most changeable aspect of personality. Personality changes as your perception of your environment changes
Personality determined by the environment
Key terms
Psychological Core-
the part of you that contains your beliefs, values, attitudes and interests
Typical Responses-
the usual way that you respond to situation
Role related behavior
- behaviour determined by the circumstances you find your self in
Activity 3
Activity 4
Formative assessment
Group 1
- Psychodynamic theory
Group 2
- Trait theory
Group3
- Situational Approach
Group4
- Interactional Approach
You are to research and analyse the theory on personality given to you.

Prepare a document which explains how your theory can have an effect on sports performance.

This will then be colleted for everyone in the class (9 copies must be printed)
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