A Level PE - Psychological Factors influencing activity 5.1

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The tendency to approach or avoid competitive situations
Achievement motivation
The need to achieve
The need to avoid failure
Giving a reason for success that is due to the responsibility of the player
Attributing success internally
The combination of the situational and personality factors that decide the level of achievement motivation
A belief in the ability to master a task
A belief in the ability to do well in a range of sports
Trait confidence
A belief in the ability to master a specific sporting moment
State confidence
The degree to which a performer is drawn to challenging situations
Competitive orientation
The performance takes into account the situation in which the task is being undertaken
Objective sporting situation
A belief in the ability to master a specific sporting situation, aka self-confidence
What you have achieved already
Performance accomplishments
Seeing others do the task
Vicarious experience
Encouragement from others
Verbal persuasion
A perception of the effects of anxiety on performance
Emotional arousal
Someone who has influence in helping others to achieve their goals
Appointed from outside the group
Prescribed leader
Appointed from inside the group
Emergent leader
Leader makes the decisions
Autocratic approach
Decisions are made by group consultation
Concerned with the interpersonal relationships
Person-orientated leadership
Concerned with getting results
Task leadership
What the situation demands
Required behaviour
What the leader decides to do in relation to leadership style
Actual behaviour
What the group wants
Preferred behaviour
A negative response of the body to a threat causing anxiety
A positive response of the body to a threat
The ability to process information is directly linked to the level of arousal
Cue utilisation
A perception of the reason for an outcome of an event
Within the performer's control
Internal attribute
Outside the performer's control
External attribute
Unlikely to change in the short-term
Stable attribute
Can change in a short amount of time
Unstable attribute
Using external and/or unstable reasons for losing
Self-serving bias
Using internal stable reasons for losing
Learned helpessness
Changing the reasons given for success and failure
Attribution retraining
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