Sports Psychology and Skill Classification Quiz

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Which stage of the basic information processing model involves the selection of response from memory and the role of long and short term memory?

Decision making

What type of feedback involves self and other feedback, and can be categorized as intrinsic or extrinsic?

Feedback

Which stress management technique is associated with controlling arousal through mental imagery and positive affirmations?

Visualization

In which personality type are individuals more likely to prefer sports that require lower arousal levels and favor concentration in less stimulating environments?

Introvert

What type of motivation is characterized by self-satisfaction, personal achievement, and intangible rewards?

Intrinsic motivation

Which type of goals focuses on personal performance without social comparison?

Performance goals

Which type of targets are specific, measureable, accepted, realistic, and time-bound in sports psychology?

SMART targets

What is the difference between self-paced and externally paced skills in sports psychology?

Self-paced skills are performed at the individual's own timing while externally paced skills are influenced by external factors

Why do beginners prefer to avoid outcome goals in sports psychology?

Because they rely on factors that cannot be controlled

What is the purpose of using goal setting and SMART targets in sports psychology?

To improve and optimize performance by providing clear frameworks for goal setting

Which type of motivation is characterized by external rewards and social recognition?

Extrinsic motivation

Which stress management technique is associated with controlling arousal through controlled breathing?

Deep breathing

In which personality type are individuals more likely to prefer sports that require higher arousal levels and favor concentration in stimulating environments?

Extrovert

What is the primary reason for using goal setting and SMART targets in sports psychology?

To enhance intrinsic motivation

Which stage of the basic information processing model involves the transmission of information from senses and selective attention?

Input

What are the basic types of goals in sports psychology?

Performance goals and outcome goals

Why should outcome goals be avoided in sports psychology?

They rely on uncontrollable factors such as other performers

What are the characteristics of SMART targets in sports psychology?

Specific, Measurable, Accepted, Realistic, Time-bound

What is the primary purpose of using goal setting and SMART targets in sports psychology?

To improve and optimize performance

What are the classifications of skills in sports psychology?

Basic/complex and open/closed

Study Notes

  • Basic information processing model includes stages of input, decision making, output, and feedback

  • Input: information from senses, selective attention

  • Decision making: selection of response from memory, role of long and short term memory

  • Output: information sent to muscles for response

  • Feedback: self and other feedback, intrinsic and extrinsic

  • Guidance and feedback in learning: visual, verbal and manual types, and their effectiveness for beginners and elite level performers

  • Evaluation of types of feedback, including positive/negative, extrinsic and intrinsic

  • Mental preparation for performance: arousal, Inverted-U theory, and stress management techniques for controlling arousal

  • Stress management techniques include deep breathing, mental rehearsal, visualization, and positive self-talk

  • Understanding of introvert and extrovert personality types, sports suited to each and their preferences for concentration and arousal levels

  • Intrinsic motivation: self-satisfaction, personal achievement, intangible rewards, and its effectiveness in sport compared to extrinsic rewards.

  • Basic information processing model includes stages of input, decision making, output, and feedback

  • Input: information from senses, selective attention

  • Decision making: selection of response from memory, role of long and short term memory

  • Output: information sent to muscles for response

  • Feedback: self and other feedback, intrinsic and extrinsic

  • Guidance and feedback in learning: visual, verbal and manual types, and their effectiveness for beginners and elite level performers

  • Evaluation of types of feedback, including positive/negative, extrinsic and intrinsic

  • Mental preparation for performance: arousal, Inverted-U theory, and stress management techniques for controlling arousal

  • Stress management techniques include deep breathing, mental rehearsal, visualization, and positive self-talk

  • Understanding of introvert and extrovert personality types, sports suited to each and their preferences for concentration and arousal levels

  • Intrinsic motivation: self-satisfaction, personal achievement, intangible rewards, and its effectiveness in sport compared to extrinsic rewards.

Test your knowledge of sports psychology and skill classification with this quiz. Explore the psychological factors affecting performers and the definitions of basic and complex, open and closed skills, as well as self-paced and externally paced goals.

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