Emotion in Sport - University of Idaho

Emotion in Sport - University of Idaho

Emotion in Sport Crocker, Kowalski, Graham, Kowalski Definitions Emotions: complex psychophysiological states of limited duration that have adaptive functions.

Quick onset. Short duration. Common perceptual or cognitive appraisal antecedents. Distinctive physiological or neurological patterns. Distinctive subjective feelings (affect). Distinctive physical expressions. Definitions Mood: diffused, global, subjective feeling state.

Longer duration. No emotion-defining attributes (facial expressions, specific physiological patterns, specific cognitive appraisals absent). Relationship to something is key. Definitions Affect: subjective feeling state that can be pleasant or unpleasant, varies in intensity, often associated with preceding thoughts and

subsequent actions. Short Long term. Definitions Temperament: stable individual differences in how people experience and express emotions. Often called trait in ESS. Competing Views of Emotion

Evolutionary Perspective (Darwin) Emotion = Physiology (Toe tapping) Social Construction (Federer) Cognitive Theories Attribution Theory Cognitive Motivational Relational Theory

Attribution Theory Stability Stable Internal Locus External Unstable Ability Health/illness Aptitude

Effort Intelligence Practice Task difficulty Officials Teammates ability Luck

Coachs ability Weather Cognitive Motivational Relational Lazarus: emotions arise as a joint product of personality and environment. Primary Appraisal Secondary Appraisal

7 key factors identified. 7 Key Factors Ego Involvement Fate of Personal Goals Appraisal Personal Meaning

Provocation Action Tendency Coping Action Theory The emphasis is on the concept of emotions having benefits or costs NOT being inherently positive or negative. Must agree w/ Lazarus person-environment

interaction to support Action Theory. Self-Regulative & Social-Regulative Individual Zones of Optimal Functioning We all have different levels of functioning that we utilize and performances are not equal across those levels among athletes.

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