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Yr 12 PDHPE - Factors Affecting Performance CQ2

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Yr 12 PDHPE - Factors Affecting Performance CQ2
Topics this document covers:
Emotions Educational psychology Cognition Problem solving Mindfulness Motivation Arousal Anxiety Yerkes–Dodson law Sexual arousal Flow Creativity
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Emotions Educational psychology Cognition Problem solving Mindfulness Motivation Arousal Anxiety Yerkes–Dodson law Sexual arousal Flow Creativity
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- It is a force that can be manipulated to help athletes achieve their full potential. - To increase motivation in players: • Recognise individual effort • Encourage a good work effort • Provide positive reinforcement and encouragement - The level of motivation is affected by intrinsic and extrinsic factors: • Self-determination • Parental pressure • Response to encouragement and support of others • Money Positive motivation - Positive motivation: comes from the desire to experience rewards from a successful performance, e.g. self-satisfaction, financial gain, praise. - Relies on continual self-reinforcement, and/or reinforcement by others, such as coaches, family, friends, and spectators. - To maintain high levels of positive motivation, coach...
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