Sports & Exercise Psychology Course Details

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Which of the following best describes the difference between imagery and visualization?

Imagery involves all 5 senses, while visualization is limited to 2 senses (sight and sound)

What is the PETTLEP model related to?

How-to's of imagery program

According to Martens (1982), how does imagery differ from sensory experience?

Imagery involves the senses, whereas sensory experience does not

What are the main components of the PETTLEP model?

Physical, Environmental, Technical, Tactical, Learning, Emotional, Personal

What is the primary focus of the lecture on Sports Psychology Imagery & Performance?

Exploring factors affecting imagery

In what ways is imagery enhanced?

By using all 5 senses - sight, sound, taste, smell, touch/feel

Why does imagery work?

Imagined events have a similar effect on the nervous system and mental processes as actual events.

What is a factor affecting imagery effectiveness according to the text?

Playing experience

How does Jack Nicklaus describe his use of imagery in golf?

As seeing vivid, in-focus images of his shots

What is one use of imagery mentioned in the text?

Promoting healing and maintaining skills while recovering

What type of skills improve more with imagery?

Cognitive skills

How does Wayne Gretzky describe the effect of visualization?

'If you visualize yourself doing something, you can make that image come true.'

What is a characteristic of effective imagery as mentioned in the text?

'Seeing' and re-experiencing events realistically

Who benefits the most from imagery?

Experienced performers

What does Greg Louganis do to visualize his dives?

He imagines himself on the board with the same suit, doing dives as if he was actually there.

What is described as better than a workout for Greg Louganis?

Imagery practice

What is the primary focus of the lecture on Sports Psychology Imagery & Performance?

Exploring the uses of imagery in sports

How does imagery differ from visualization, as mentioned in the text?

Visualization is a sensory experience without external stimuli, while imagery involves all 5 senses

What are the main components of the PETTLEP model?

Performance, Environment, Task, Timing, Learning, Emotion, Perspective

What type of skills improve more with imagery?

Physical skills

How does Jack Nicklaus describe his use of imagery in golf?

As a means to control anxiety and arousal levels

In what ways is imagery enhanced?

By involving all 5 senses

What is the main concept of the passage?

The impact of imagery on athletes' performance

According to Wayne Gretzky, what did they tape on the locker-room door to help with visualization?

Famous pictures of hockey legends holding the Stanley Cup

How does Jack Nicklaus describe his use of imagery in golf?

As a method to achieve mental focus and visualization

What does Greg Louganis do to visualize his dives?

He imagines himself performing the dives in his head

Why is imagery effective according to the passage?

It has a similar effect on the nervous system and mental processes as actual events

What is a common factor affecting imagery effectiveness mentioned in the passage?

Athletes' playing experience

In what ways can imagery be used, as mentioned in the passage?

To develop problem-solving skills and acquire sport strategies

What is described as better than a workout for Greg Louganis?

$5(7 + 3)$

How does vividness relate to imagery, as mentioned in the passage?

It describes the clarity and detail of imagined events.

What is a characteristic of effective imagery mentioned in the text?

It can be improved through systematic practice.

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