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Achievement in sport as a function of personality and social situation

Clay Benjamin Stebbins

Achievement in sport as a function of personality and social situation

by Clay Benjamin Stebbins

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Personality,
  • Athletes -- Psychology,
  • School sports -- Social aspects

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Clay Benjamin Stebbins.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationv, 174 leaves
    Number of Pages174
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17074296M
    OCLC/WorldCa4025016

    is the scientific studey of people and their behaviors in sport and exercise context and the practical application of that knowledge. The Effects Of Personality And Motivation On Sports Performance Words | 15 Pages. I am going to talk about the effects of personality and motivation on sports performance and I will do this by looking at the different theories relating to sports performance and how sports athletes deal with the effects of personality and motivation in sports performances.

    Individual Differences in Person Perception Conceptual structure and social functions of behavior explanations: Beyond person-situation attributions. more punishment: Need for cognition predicts support for punitive responses to crime. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 30(11), – doi: / Sports Psychology Individual Aspects Individual aspects of performance relate to things personal to each athlete such as motivation, personality, behaviour, and attitudes. For example, some people can ‘psych’ themselves up easily, some are more laid back.

    This article chronicles the V2-l.0US roles which sport psychology could play in the sports performance enhancement, which subsequently could lead to sports development in the country. A hierarchical model of approach and avoidance achievement motivation. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 72, Elliot, A. J., & Harackiewicz, J. M. (). Approach and avoidance achievement goals and intrinsic motivation: A mediational analysis. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 70,


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Achievement in sport as a function of personality and social situation by Clay Benjamin Stebbins Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Achievement in sport as a function of personality and social situation. [Clay Benjamin Stebbins]. Summarizing the research of the connection between personality traits and sports success, it can be concluded that long-term success in sport is partly a function of personality whereas shortterm.

Achievement motivation refers to an individual’s effort to complete a task or overcome obstacles in which they may face in ordinary day to day life. Achievement motivation is based on the two types of motivation levels. The importance of personality as a predictor for behavior performance has been recognized in psychology [2].

Researchers have recently reported the significant effects of personality on sports [3]. When athletes participate in competitive sport, their underlying personality characteristics inevitably contribute to how they behave.

Personality. Personality development and sport 35 Social learning theory 36 Applying social learning theory to sport 37 Sources of influence on social development and sport 40 Gender and sport 42 Sport as an influence on social development 46 The psychodynamic approach to personality development 49 Summary and conclusions 53 4.

Attitudes to sport   2. Situational Factors. We must consider the whole story when considering how to predict behaviours accurately.

Within a sport, we also must consider the probability of success in any given situation. Our competition is key to understanding this as well as the amount of training and the difficulty of the task faced.

THE BEARING OF SOCIOLOGICAL THEORY () The development of social history, of institutional economics, and the importation of sociological perspectives into psychoanalytic theory in¬ volve recognition of the sociological dimensions of the data rather than incorporation of specific confirmed theories.

Understanding the personality of athletes also prove to be beneficial to achieve a greater achievement and success in their range of sports participation. According to Cristina Bortoni Versari (), her research on basketball team indicated that teams exhibit a predictable personality profile and that by understanding the psyche of the.

The Trait Approach Within Psychology analyzes personality based on the assumption that a subject shows a stable set of traits which are consistent across a series of situations and interactions.

Using the trait approach, a psychologist has to assume that the general causes of behavior are independent of sporting environment or situations. Sports Psychology – Year 13 A – Level Physical Education Page Lesson 2 OCR Course Outline 16 Personality 33 Attitudes 36 Achievement Motivation 40 Attributions 47 Aggression 56 Groups & Teams 62 Leadership 68 Social Facilitation 76 Goal Setting 78 Self-Efficacy 82 Attentional Control 83 Emotional Control 98 The words to Ka Mate.

• Because the measures are specific to the sport context, they provide a more valid and reliable measure of behavior in that context. • Some tests have even been developed for specific sports. • There tests emphasize the distinction between traits and states. o State- how you react in a specific situation o Traits- how you usually act.

Connection between personality type and sport. in psychological skills important for the sport achievement in two samples: 86 Croatian trainers of various sports and 86 recreational table.

catastrophe model. performance depends on the complex interaction of arousal and cognitive anxiety. physiological arousal is related to performance in an inverted U but only when an athlete is not worried or has low cognitive state anxiety.

anxiety direction and intensity. Achievement Motivation Definition. The term achievement motivation may be defined by independently considering the words achievement and motivation.

Achievement refers to competence (a condition or quality of effectiveness, ability, sufficiency, or success). Motivation refers to the energization (instigation) and direction (aim) of behavior. Download file to see previous pages Various researchers, on the basis of studies in sports psychology, have predicted and established a strong relationship between personality and its impact on achievement in sports, signifying the role of personality in influencing outcomes in performance in sports (Deary & Matthews, ; Diamant, Byrd & Himelein, ; Eysenck, ; Liwei & Leahy.

The hierarchical model of intrinsic and extrinsic motivation (HMIEM) is a comprehensive theory that seeks to describe human motivation and its determinants and outcomes from a multilevel perspective. Its major premise is that in order to more completely understand the motivation of sport participants (e.g., athletes, coaches, referees, fans), one needs to consider their motivation [ ].

psychodynamic theory. in depth examination of the whole person and emphasis on unconcious moves. sum of the three personalities of the id, ego and superego.

social learning theory. human behavior is a function of social learning and the strength of the situation. The disadvantages of personality profiling in sport. (sub max 3) 8 (link personality and performance) 9.(unreliable) 10_(validity) 11 _ (demand characteristics 12 (sample) 13_(unrealistic) 14 _ (subjective) 15 (Generalised) (Links between personality and sports performance/sport choice/task persistence) too.

In Advances in Sport Psychology 2nd edition, Human Kinetics, Journal of Social Behaviour and Personality, vol 8, pp The Journal of Excellence, vol 6, pp The Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 45,The Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 31,Attributions: past, present and future.

Social-Emotional Development; Social-Emotional development describes how children develop skills that allow them to interact with other people and to express and control their emotions. Social-Emotional stages are often harder to notice than signs of physical and cognitive development.

Waiting patiently. Making friends. Sharing toys. Measuring Personality- Situation-Specific Measures. -situation-specific trait tests predict behavior more reliably than do general trait measures in sport and exercise contexts.

-consider BOTH personality and specific situation (interactional approach) Measuring Personality- Sport-specific Measures.Background and Study Aim: Although personality research in psychology of sport has a long history, a little is known about the personality of the team sport players among university students.Self-handicapping is a cognitive strategy by which people avoid effort in the hopes of keeping potential failure from hurting self-esteem.

It was first theorized by Edward E. Jones and Steven Berglas, according to whom self-handicaps are obstacles created, or claimed, by the individual in anticipation of failing performance. Self-handicapping can be seen as a method of preserving self-esteem.