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S O R D S J Z N C N U G I O L B N T Y S T H A J R Z W N S S G S F A FZ L S B X T L I P Y X T A V U L B E S Q I X V E G H E T Y G O O C O TG P S N O F S J F R N O I L D K C L U B D S I S N Q A T Q R O S P N ZZ M B X W N A I D B C M O D E L S R D R A I R E X Y B R U T U E N Y OK T Z N I O H L L O E V I T A U L A V E O N E A C I U T B B D O H F KS Y D R G T O H C C L A I S S E Z Y F X L T D E H N V A C H L R I S EU Z T S L Q Z K L M Y C T M P C F S I Y X U I U R T L H O U K C J X PE X B L C F R C E A F C K R I K A P F I V L K C R L A S A N G U I N EE P O Q L O Q I T R W H E O O A H O S W J M L Y C A V C E W J B L D GI B B L A K Z T A C D E E C C U S Y N B S B P E C B W U R Y T Z V N CT K O C N A O A R I K J R C N G C N W P Z I G G W D S M M T N G D N QB L H J W A S M A S Q G T U D R I C N D B U G A E V F E B B Q W G Y SP E D B G N Z E K N Z K T R P D M T C V R S Y C N J N E G A T W Y U PS D A K R H M H L I P Z M H O R T T V B G N A Q O V T R X S Q U H A VD X Q R K V Y T S R R E Q Q I B N Q K V O X W W P L J K C E Y L H R JR E W I N M P A R T P D K A K Z B S Q W D K X E X M Y P N B O J F C ID A K E F G Y G F N S P L J J R K Y L G Q V L O W L A H W A V U K M DO O E B M J O A G I Q I H A O X G M O A V B D P A J V W F L O F S N AV V H F O T N O I P M A H C P T R F N A T M O U P E E I U L J V G P CP S I V U B O S J A B Z I F E N S W T U M J T E W I N S U K T K U M WI J V S L L J K W Y I V L O R R S G B W O C A F J G H D U S C R Z R IC F T X W O X X E R F D F G A D H T L M A M Y X F H S I B K P G O T NA W M T G S W C W N B A C S N B T C O P H E K Y A A Y E Q K K L H J KE C R L I W Z C X S U Q R T T B B A Z Q M G X H P Z Y Q H W E O M Z LF M N P V W Y R L P G M C R G C X S Y Z P S Z S Y H P K W U H T M C M<br />Personality in Sport<br />Cattell developed a questionnaire which measured personality. The questionnaire had _______personality factors.<br />Eysenck’s trait theory was developed on the idea that personality is biological and divided it into 4 dimensions- Melancholic, choleric, phlegmatic and _________<br />Eysenck’s personality inventory measured personality, personality traits could be introverted, extroverted or ________<br />Kroll & Crenshaw, conducted an investigation into comparing the 16 PF by Cattell with a number of other measures. Participants were 81 footballers, 141 gymnasts, 94 wrestlers and 71 ______ players<br />Leadership and Coach Performance<br />Stogdill developed the great man theory, a successful leader is someone who is tall, heavier, more fluent in speech, more intelligent and better looking, however,_____had no such correlation.<br />Chellandurai’s multi-dimensional model of leadership is based on the idea that there are 3 possible leader behaviours – Prescribed leader, preferred leader and ________leader.<br />Lewin et al researched the effects of autocratic, democratic and _______faire style. The participants included 10-11 year old boys making ______ in after school activity clubs.<br />Smith highlighted the positive effects of coach effectiveness training. The sample used was 34 Seattle area male, Little League _________coaches<br />Aggression in Sport<br />Freud highlighted that aggression was an ‘inborn drive, similar to sex and hunger, and said that it could be successfully released and cleansed through ___________<br />The Social Learning Theory was developed by _________ et al and was based on a study with children and a ____ doll<br />Brunelle et al found that most effective way of reducing aggression in ________ was through ____ play.<br />Fox et al’s study is a ‘golden nugget’ because it highlights the effects of _____ economy and how _______ conditioning can lead to a desired behaviour.<br />Berkowitz developed the Cue Theory, participants in the experiment were shown the film called _______ and the stooges were called Bob & ______Anderson.<br />Cohesion and Social Influence<br />Ringleman’s study on social _______ , helps us to understand that task cohesion is effected by the lack of effort by some when working in groups.<br />Zajonc’s study can not be extrapolated to humans because his main sample were __________.<br />Triplett used a sample of ________ and found that the mere presence of others can increase arousal and effect performance. In his sample the athletes increased in speed.<br />Cottrell et al (1968) further developed Zajonc’s theory and highlighted that mere presence is not enough to effect performance – but an _______audience has a greater effect.<br />Motivation is Sport<br />McCelland developed that Achievement Motivation theory, the equation for Achievement motivation is- Achievement Motivation = desire to ______- ____of failure.<br />McCelland (1953) measured his theory using the TAT test which is a projective test. TAT stands for ________Apperception Test.<br />Deci& Ryan (2000) developed the Self-determination theory, which concluded that ______motivation is negatively effected by ______motivation.<br />Sixteen, sanguine, neurotic, karate, age, actual, laissez, models, baseball, Catharsis, Bandura, Bobo, football, role, token, operant, champion, kirk, loafing, cockroaches, cyclists, evaluative, succeed, fear, thematic, intrinsic, extrinsic , Purewal <br />
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