5 Written Questions
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- individuals are rewarded for performances that approximate the desired performance.
- choosing the proper behavior to reward by choosing the most appropriate and important behaviors and concentrating on rewarding these.
- encourages task goal orientation. also, because some factors are sometimes out of a player's control, a coach should focus on the performance instead of the outcome.
- rewarding small improvements (parts) as a skill is learned.
- attempts to facilitate performance by enhancing confidence, inspiring greater effort and energy expenditure, and creating a positive mood.
5 True/False Questions
Extrinsic rewards → people strive inwardly to be competent and self-determining in their quest to master the task at hand, for knowledge, accomplishment, and stimulation.
Instrinsic motivation → aka The Zone; characterized by 1. a balance of challenge and skills 2. complete absorption in the activity 3. clear goals 4. merging of action and awareness 5. total concentration on the task at hand 6. loss of self-consciousness 7. a sense of control 8. no goals or rewards external to the activity 9. transformation of time 10. effortless movement
Reward emotional and social skills → choosing the proper behavior to reward by choosing the most appropriate and important behaviors and concentrating on rewarding these.
Provide performance feedback → knowledge of results helps people improve performance by providing specific feedback regarding the correctness (or incorrectness) of their response and by enhancing their motivation ie instructional feedback and motivational feedback.
Reward effort → is the use of rewards and punishments that increase or decrease the likelihood of a similar response happening in the future.