Biomechanics - townsend.herts.sch.uk

Biomechanics - townsend.herts.sch.uk

Quick Quiz 1) Define anxiety (1) 2) Describe the different types of anxiety (4) Psychological factors affecting performance Sports Psychology Individual Differences - Aggression

Learning Objectives Learning Objective: Understand what causes aggression Learning Outcomes: All: Describe the theories of aggression Most: Explain the theories of aggression Some: Evaluate the theories of aggression Key Terms

Aggression Instinct Theory Social Learning Theory

Frustration-aggression Hypothesis Aggressive Cue Hypothesis Key Terms Aggression intent to harm outside the rules of the game Assertion forceful behaviour within the laws of the event Catharsis - the release of frustration which leads to a feeling of well-being Instinct Theory we are born aggressive

Social Learning Theory we learn aggressive behaviours from others Frustration-aggression Hypothesis we become aggressive because we get frustrated Aggressive Cue Hypothesis aggression only leads to frustration is an aggressive cue is present Aggression Aggression - The intent to harm outside the

rules of sports Assertion forceful behaviour within the laws of the event Watch the video to determine whether each clip is aggression or assertion. Instinct Theory Aggression is a natural response.

Social Learning Theory Aggression is a learned response. Attention Retention Reproduction motivation Frustration-aggression hypothesis Frustration will always lead to aggression

because any blocking of goals that an individual is trying to reach increases that individuals drive, which in turn increases aggression. Once aggression is initiated, it will reduce frustration, leading to catharsis. Aggressive-cue hypothesis When an individual is frustrated there is an increase in their arousal level, which creates a

predisposition or readiness for aggression. If aggression is going to occur then, certain stimuli must be present that act as cues for the athlete, who would then associate the cues with having to be aggressive. (aggressive cues e.g. baseball bat) Exam Questions June 2015 3c Using practical examples,

describe the possible causes of aggressive behaviour in sport (6) Jan 2013 3a Aggression often impacts upon performance and behaviour in sport. Using practical examples, describe four methods that might be used to eliminate aggressive tendencies in sports performers (4) Exam Questions

June 2011 paper 2 question 3d (20) Aggression is viewed by many as a negative response in sport but theories of why aggression occurs contradict each other. Evaluate critically theories of aggression that seek to explain why negative responses often occur in sporting situations. Use practical examples for the theories you evaluate.

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