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  1. Sports Confidence Theory… Mr. P. Leighton Mental Preparation for Physical Activities Sports Psychology

  2. Today’s Session… • Understand the importance of both TRAIT and STATE confidence. • Develop your knowledge of this by looking at Vealey’s model of sport confidence. • Look at the ways in which STATE sport confidence can be improved.

  3. Sports Confidence Theory… • Vealey (1986) stated that there are 2 factors in sports confidence… • TRAIT SPORT CONFIDENCE (SC Trait) • STATE SPORT CONFIDENCE (SC State)

  4. Trait Sports Confidence… • Is innate and a natural disposition • It is relatively stable. • Different to general confidence- how? • Trait sports confidence is concerned with how a performer rates their own ability to perform across a wide range of sports.

  5. State Sports Confidence… • State sports confidence can be developed through learning. • At that ends it can be changed. • State confidence is concerned with… • …how a performer rates their own ability to perform at one particular moment.

  6. State Sports Confidence in Action… • This determines the quality of how a skill is performed e.g. • A Putt in Golf. • A Penalty in Football/Rugby. • At this ends State Sports confidence is influenced by…

  7. What is The Objective Sports Situation? • The type of skill that is to be performed. • The situation that the skill is to be performed in- i.e. High/Low pressure.

  8. What is Competitive Orientation? • The extent that an individual is prepared to compete. • Whether an individual strives to achieve a PERFORMANCE GOAL or a PRODUCT GOAL.

  9. Vealey’s Model of Sports Confidence…

  10. What does it mean? • The extent to which the athlete perceives the performance has been successful is termed the SUBJECTIVE OUTCOME. • An outcome perceived to be good will increase trait sport confidence and competitiveness. • An outcome deemed to be poor will decrease trait sport confidence and competitiveness. • State Confidence will also decrease.

  11. Effects of Variation in Levels of Trait Sports Confidence…

  12. How do we improve SC State? • Mastery of Skill: When a skill has been acquired and the performer perceives that progress has been made. • Styling: Confidence will increase if the performer can demonstrate the skill to significant others. • Physical and Mental Preparation: Increases the likelihood of a successful performer. • Social Reinforcement: Praise and approval by significant others, within strong team cohesion situation, will raise confidence. • Effective Leadership: Promotes confidence within team members. • Environmental Comfort: People who lack self confidence will be helped if the working conditions are suitable i.e. novices should not be too closely observed- elite performers at home?