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PSY407 Sport Psychology GDB Spring 2020 Solution & Discussion

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Amna Sher Ali Shaker

PST encompasses a set of techniques, namely self-talk, imagery, goal setting, and arousal regulation. Self-talk is the “syntactically recognizable articulation of an internal position that can be expressed either internally or out loud, where the sender of the message is also the intended receiver”.Self-talk can be instructional (e.g., “look at the ball”) or motivational (e.g., “I will run to the finish with all the energy I have”). Intentionally regulating self-talk may increase FAB because it could help athletes to remind themselves of key skills and strategies and to direct their attention and behavior accordingly
Imagery describes the process by which existing information from memory (e.g., of a movement) or newly generated images are vividly and deliberately experienced or re-experienced. This process involves all one’s senses and may occur in the absence of a real stimulus (e.g., a skier imagines racing a downhill course. Imagery may help athletes to behave functionally because it could facilitate the recollection of corresponding psychological states and movements .

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