Statistics for A Level PE - Psychological influences on the individual

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  • The average score is 7 of 25

Answer Stats

DefinitionKeyword% Correct
Loud and bright personality typeExtrovert
89%
As arousal increases, so does performance: P=f(DxH)Drive theory
67%
Theory that suggests that behaviour is learned from significant others by associationSocial learning
67%
Increased arousal improves performance to an optimal point, but there is a dramatic reduction in performance beyond the optimal pointCatastrophe theory
56%
Theory linking arousal and performance by stating that increased arousal improves performance to an optimal point at moderate levels of arousalInverted-U theory
56%
Physiological anxietySomatic anxiety
56%
Psychological anxietyCognitive anxiety
44%
The stand-out response that the performer thinks is correctDominant response
44%
Theory which suggests that innate characteristics produce consistent behaviourTrait
44%
First stage of Hollander approachCore
33%
A level of activation, a degree of readiness to performArousal
22%
Approach that suggests that the more the environment has an influence, the more behaviour is likely to changeHollander approach
22%
The ultimate intrinsic experience felt by athletes from a positive mental attitude, with supreme confidence, focus and efficiencyPeak flow
22%
Third stage of Hollander approachRole related behaviour
22%
The three parts of an attitudeTriadic model
11%
Area of controlled arousal and high level performanceZone
11%
Relates to feelings and interpretation such as enjoymentAffective component
0%
A value aimed at an attitude objectAttitude
0%
The actions of the performerBehavioural component
0%
A belief, such as the belief in the ability to winCognitive component
0%
New information given to the performer to cause unease and motivate changeCognitive dissonance
0%
Theory which combines trait and social learning to predict behaviour in a specific situationInteractionist perspective
0%
Behaviour is a function of personality and environment B=f(PxE)Lewin's formula
0%
An effective communication to promote changePersuasion
0%
Second stage of Hollander approachTypical resposes
0%

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