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how are different emotions experienced?

with different causal attributions and outcomes

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after a success, how does an athlete attribute the success internally? externally?

internally, they typically respond with pride, confidence and satisfaction
externally, they will likely feel gratitude and thankfulness

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causal attributions --> future expectation --> ______

motivation

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what tends to happen whenever an outcome is different than what was expected based on past experience?

the athlete tends to endorse an unstable attribution (e.g., effort or luck)

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what happens when an outcome is as expected, based on past performances?

a stable attribution (e.g., ability or task difficulty) is endorsed

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why is it beneficial to ascribe failures to unstable causes?

it does not imply repeated failure

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what are the 3 implications to predicting future expectations from present attributions?

1) athletes should attribute a failure to unstable and internal cause; i.e., lack of effort
2) this suggests that more effort can change the next outcome from failure to success
3) it teaches the athlete to accept responsibility for the results

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what does future expectancy depend on?

depends on stability of the attributions

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what 2 things to promotion self efficacy and motivation for future performance depend on?

depends on both expectancy and locus of control

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athletes who succeed should be encouraged to attribute the success to both stable and internal factors. why?

a stable attribution will improve the athlete's expectancy for future success and an internal attribution will enhance the athlete's self-confidence

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what are 4 attributional training strategies learning to improved self-efficacy in future events?

1) record and classify attributions after performances
2) after each outcome make attributions that will lead to promotion of self-efficacy
3) provide an attributional training program for athletes who consistently utilize undesirable attributions
4) for best results, combine planned goal-setting with attributional training

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spectator effect

an important social-psychological effect on athletic performance

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spectator effect influences athlete's performance through? (2 answers)

1) social facilitation - enhancement of performance due to presence of others
2) Rivalry - a desire to beat the other opponent

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Social facilitation can be further broken down into what 2 effects?

1) Audience effects - a situation involving the mere presence of other individuals in the same room or area
2) Coaction effects - other people are present, but are performing the same task

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true or false: spectator effect divides into rivalry and social facilitation. social facilitation then divides into audience effects and coaction effects

true

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what happens if the athlete perceives the audience to be important and/or knowledgeable?

then drive level is increased

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what happens if the athlete perceives the audience t be unimportant and/or not knowledgeable?

then drive level is decreased

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what is the mot popular explanation for home advantage?

the presence of supportive audience

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what research has been established following audience characteristics leading to a greater home advantage?

- large
- supportive
- close to the playing arena (i.e., high intimacy and density)