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What is self regulation?

Effort taken to change thoughts and feelings in pursuit of a goal.

2

What is meta-cognition?

Thinking about how we think.

3

What is self control?

willpower, overriding inappropriate or habitual responses.

4

2 types of self regulation?

Self reflection
Self monitoring

5

Cycle of self regulated learning?

Forethought
Performance
Self Reflection

6

What is forethought?

Imagery
Task analysis
Goal Setting

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What is forethought good for?

preparing the individual for learning

8

What is performance?

Attention and execution given to the behavior conducted

9

What is needed for good performance?

self control strategies.

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What is self reflection?

self evaluation on the performance given

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5 benefits of imagery and goal setting?

Develop skills
Develop plans
Increases motivation
Manage emotions
Manage thoughts

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What is goal setting?

attaining a specific level on a task within a time limit

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What is a subjective goal?

general statement of intent

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What is an objective goal?

acheive a specific standard within a specific time

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A goal based on outcome is?

based on social comparisons to others

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A performance goal is?

based on self referenced performance and standards.

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A process goal is?

based on specific behaviors that the performer engages in, how well they perform.

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How does goal setting self regulate?

makes a person focus on specific tasks

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What 3 psychological factors does goal setting affect?

Satisfaction
Anxiety
Confidence

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4 factors that makes goal setting effective?

1. Specific and moderately difficult
2. Combination of short and long term
3. Input from person setting goal
4. Publicly announce goal

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What are SMART goals?

Specific
Measurable
Adjustable
Realistic
Time Based

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What are some problems of goal setting?

1. Failure to adjust goals
2. Failure to set specific goals
3. Too many goals too soon

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What is imagery?

an experience that mimics the real one, perception without sensation.

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How is imagery performed?

imagine the scenario while awake and conscious

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What does cognitive imagery specifically improve?

skills

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What does cognitive imagery generally improve?

plans, strategies and routines

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What does motivational imagery specifically improve?

motivation for specific goals

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What does motivational imagery generally improve?

confidence and regulates anxiety

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What are the 5 ways an individual can image?

Deliberation
Agency
Modality
Perspective
Angle

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What is Deliberation imaging?

spontaneous or triggered