A Level PE - Psychological influences on the individual

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Loud and bright personality type
Theory that suggests that behaviour is learned from significant others by association
Social learning
Theory which suggests that innate characteristics produce consistent behaviour
Theory which combines trait and social learning to predict behaviour in a specific situation
Interactionist perspective
Behaviour is a function of personality and environment B=f(PxE)
Lewin's formula
Approach that suggests that the more the environment has an influence, the more behaviour is likely to change
Hollander approach
First stage of Hollander approach
Second stage of Hollander approach
Typical resposes
Third stage of Hollander approach
Role related behaviour
A value aimed at an attitude object
The three parts of an attitude
Triadic model
A belief, such as the belief in the ability to win
Cognitive component
Relates to feelings and interpretation such as enjoyment
Affective component
The actions of the performer
Behavioural component
New information given to the performer to cause unease and motivate change
Cognitive dissonance
An effective communication to promote change
A level of activation, a degree of readiness to perform
As arousal increases, so does performance: P=f(DxH)
Drive theory
The stand-out response that the performer thinks is correct
Dominant response
Theory linking arousal and performance by stating that increased arousal improves performance to an optimal point at moderate levels of arousal
Inverted-U theory
Increased arousal improves performance to an optimal point, but there is a dramatic reduction in performance beyond the optimal point
Catastrophe theory
Physiological anxiety
Somatic anxiety
Psychological anxiety
Cognitive anxiety
Area of controlled arousal and high level performance
The ultimate intrinsic experience felt by athletes from a positive mental attitude, with supreme confidence, focus and efficiency
Peak flow
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