KIN 212 ch 3

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Created Feb 3, 2013
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Motivation
 
•Motivation is the direction and intensity of effort. –Direction of effort...
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Participant (personal) factors
 
Personality
Needs
Interests
Goals
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Situational Factors 
 
Leader-coach style
Facility attractiveness
Team win-loss record
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Motivation Guideline 1 
 
 Both situations and traits motivate people.
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Motivation Guideline 2
 
 People have multiple motives for involvement. Understand why people participate in physical...
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Motives for Involvement 
 
•People participate for more than one reason. •People may have competing motives...
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Major Motives for Sport Participants
 
•Improving skills •Having fun •Being with friends •Experiencing...
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Major Motives for Exercise Participants
 
Joining: Health factors, Weight loss, Fitness, Self-challenge, Feeling...
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Motivation Guideline 3 
 
•Change the environment to enhance motivation.

–Provide...
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Motivation Guideline 4
 
•Leaders influence motivation directly and indirectly.
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Motivation Guideline 5 
 
•Use behavior modification to change undesirable participant motives.
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Developing a Realistic View of Motivation
 
•Motivation is a key variable in both learning and performance contexts.
•Physical...
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Achievement motivation 
 
•is a person’s orientation to strive for task success, persist in the face of...
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Competitiveness
 
is a disposition to strive for satisfaction when making comparisons with some standard of...
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Achievement Motivation Influences
 
•Choice of activities •Effort to pursue goals •Intensity of effort •Persistence...
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Need achievement theory
 
refers to an individual's desire for significant accomplishment, mastering of skills, control,...
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Attribution Theory 
 
•Attributions: How people explain their successes and failures •Examples include...
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Attribition theory (Stability factors)
 
Psychological Result: Expectancy of future success
Stable- increased expectation of...
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Attribition theory (Causality factors) 
 
Psychological Result: Emotional Factors
Increased pride or shame 
Decreased...
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Attribition theory (Control factors) 
 
Psychological Result: Emotional influences 
Increased motivation
Decreased...
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Achievement Goal Theory
 
•Outcome goal orientation (or competitive goal orientation): Comparing performance...
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Keys of Achievement Goal Theory
 
•Focus extra attention on task-oriented goals. •Foster mastery or task motivational...
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Keys of Competence
Motivation Theory
 
•People are motivated to feel worthy or competent. •Feelings of competence...
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What Achievement Motivation Says About High Achievers
 
•High motivational orientation to achieve success •Low motivation orientation...
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What Achievement Motivation Says About Low Achievers
 
•Low motivational orientation to achieve success •High motivational orientation...
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Stages of Developing Achievement Motivation and Competitiveness
 
•Autonomous competence stage (self comparison) •Social comparison stage (social...

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