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  • chapter 3
  • Describe the 2 types of confidence
  • Explain the 4 elements of Bandura’s self-efficacy theory ; Harter’s competence motivation theory: Positive, negative paths, gender differences, Smith (1999); Vealey’s multidimensional model of sport-confidence: sources and types of sport-confidence
  • Define and compare and contrast the negative and positive aspects of momentum
  • Discuss Antecedents-consequences model, Multidimensional model: Research—Mack & Stephens (2000) and the Projected performance model
  • Identify if the Perrault et al. (1998) model was either fact or fiction?
  • Describe the Hot hand phenomenon and the gender & self-confidence: Lenney’s (1977) 3 situational variables
  • Define motivation, amotivation, intrinsic motivation, extrinsic motivation, attribution theory as well as the types of attributions and attribution training

NOTE: “Completing the outline, reading the textbook, reviewing the Power point, and completing the written assignment

will allow you to meet the above learning objectives.” (K. Kardiasmenos, personal communication)

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  • chapter 4
  • Explain Nicholls’ theory of achievement motivation: task goal orient, ego goal orient, social approval goal orientation (not Nicholls) and the 4 levels of goal orientation. Identify the research support for Nicholls’ theory
  • Discuss the 2 types of goal involvement
  • Describe the 3 types of climates: motivational, mastery, and competitive as well as the conditions needed to build a mastery climate, identify the benefits a mastery climate
  • Define Sports-personship as pertaining to Kavussanu & Ntoumanis (2003), Prosocial and antisocial behavior as it pertains to Sage & Kavussanu (2007a, b)
  • Explain adaptive & maladaptive motivational patterns
  • Identify the research behind Dunn et al. (2002), King & Williams (1997), Vlachopoulos & Biddle (1999), and Hodge & Petlichkoff (2000) and matching hypothesis

NOTE: “Completing the outline, reading the textbook, reviewing the Power point, and completing the written assignment

will allow you to meet the above learning objectives.” (K. Kardiasmenos, personal communication)

 

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One type of confidence is having faith in others. Everyone ought to believe in others the same way he or she wants others to believe in him. Having confidence in the other people is critical in life because one cannot accomplish anything on his or her own, the same way, others have to have faith in you to accomplish much. The other type of confidence is that “things happen for a reason.”  Usually, people plan for a successful life and work hard towards the things………………..

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