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Sport Psychology

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  1. Sport Psychology Exercise Psychology

  2. Learning objectives • By the end of the session all learners will have: • Explored what each subsection presentation needs to include • Identified which group they are in and what topic they are covering • Contributed to the group discussion regarding the plan as to what the group need to include • Arranged times when they can meet with their peers to continue work on their presentations • Some learners will have: • Asked questions regarding the self directed plan • Led discussion in their small groups • Started reading around their theory • Accessed relevant websites relating to their theory and the real life application of their topic

  3. Plan… • In order to complete the Sport unit and have sessions for revision, Exercise and Psychology, the last section, will be presented in groups • Each group will be allocated 1 subsection • Each group will need to develop a 15 minute presentation, anticipating 5 mins of questions after • The material needs to be concise • Need to develop a handout to give to your peers which covers the theory and the evidence ~ again this can be concise as they can make notes as you present

  4. What the presentation needs to include…. • On the handout, individually, develop some ideas as to what you think needs to be included… • 5 mins • Title of your subsection • The theory • Any relevant key researchers • Dates • The supporting evidence • Methodology implemented • Results • Conclusions • Evaluation points that you have developed • As a handout, consider and develop a brief 10marker plan for a possible question relating to your sub section • 10 marker generic question…..

  5. Week by week plan …..CX Group

  6. GX Group…

  7. The groups… • GX • Anna, Luke V ~ 1.1 • Sophie, Tilly ~ 1.2 • Molly, Lily ~ 1.3 • Luke R, Jono ~ 2.2 • Amy, Rachel, Ashleigh ~ 2.1 • Liv, Noah ~ 2.3 • Nat, Josh ~ 3.1 • Lilian, Ellie ~ 3.2 • Joel, Kat ~ 3.3

  8. The groups… • CX • Bells, Theo, Kim ~ 1.1 • Judd, Daly, Harvey ~ 1.2 • Liam, Pasha ~ 1.3 • Shaun, Jas ~ 2.1 • Tilly, Lizzie, Tegan ~ 2.2 • Ant, Larissa, Zoe ~ 2.3 • Sam, Tom ~ 3.1 • Hannah, Bex ~ 3.2 • Sam, Betsy ~ 3.3

  9. Exercise Psychology 1. Exercise and Pathology

  10. 1.1 Exercise and its relation to Cancer • Cancer Research http://www.cancerresearchuk.org/cancer-info/healthyliving/exerciseandactivity/physical-activity-exercise-and-cancer • Booklet http://www.christie.nhs.uk/booklets/540.pdf Activity suggestion ~ Leaflet to inform women about this issue

  11. 1.2 Exercise and its relation to HIV • http://www.aidsmap.com/resources/living-with-hiv/Exercise/page/1254865/ • http://www.tht.org.uk/myhiv/Staying-healthy/Exercise Activity suggestion ~ Leaflet to inform HIV sufferers with this information

  12. 1.3 Eating Disorders among Athletes • http://www.nationaleatingdisorders.org/athletes-and-eating-disorders • http://www.raderprograms.com/affected-groups/athletes-eating-disorders.html • http://www.eatingforlife.org/content/athletes-and-eating-disorders-0 Question ~ Why might ED be linked to athletes?

  13. Exercise Psychology 2. Exercise and Mental Health http://www.sportinmind.org/

  14. 2.1 Theories • It has been shown that exercise has a positive effect on mental health, • It can be difficult to pinpoint the exact reasons why. • may be because a combination of factors are leading to improvements in mental health, rather than one factor alone. • people differ greatly, explanations for improvements to mental health may vary according to the person • http://www.active.com/articles/know-the-signs-of-unhealthy-exercise-addiction How could you become addicted to exercise ~ help sheet

  15. 2.2 Benefits • http://www.mentalhealth.org.uk/help-information/mental-health-a-z/E/exercise-mental-health/ • http://www.mentalhealth.org.uk/help-information/mental-health-a-z/E/exercise-mental-health/

  16. 2.3 Mood States • http://psychcentral.com/blog/archives/2012/10/24/exercise-natures-mood-enhancer/ • http://www.webmd.com/depression/guide/exercise-depression Activity suggestion ~ Design a questionnaire to measure positive mood states

  17. Exercise Psychology 3. Issues in Exercise and Sport

  18. 3.1 Burnout and Withdrawal • https://www.competitivedge.com/burnout

  19. 3.2 Body Image • Body Image article http://www.btplc.com/news/articles/showarticle.cfm?articleid=%7B6be8f7ad-3069-46fb-b2dd-21d175d4c372%7D • Sports coaches reaction to above article http://sport.bt.com/moresporthub/womeninsport/sports-coach-uk-react-to-bt-sports-body-image-survey-S11363882389798

  20. 3.2 Drug abuse in Sport • Drugs in sport articles http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/othersports/drugsinsport/ • Controversial! http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-24329252 Research what performance enhancing drugs are out there ~ what are the potential effects on the body and the mind?

  21. Any Questions?? • A really good website for all areas that we have covered… • The sport in mind • Use the rest of this session to make a start on your material / presentation

  22. So…. • You should all: • Know what each subsection presentation needs to include • Identified which group you are in and what topic you are covering • Contributed to the group discussion regarding the plan as to what your group needs to include • Arranged times when you can meet with your peers to continue work on your presentations