EXS 452: Physical Activity In Disease Prevention
#1. An increase in treadmill time of ____ on a maximal graded exercise test is associated with a reduction of ____% in mortality. - An increase in treadmill time of 1 minute on a maximal graded e...
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Tara Hall Test 1 PE for Teachers
Physical Education #9. The text specifies that measurable outcomes in elementary physical education should...What are the three learning domains in physical education? - Cognitive Affective Psychomotor #2. What...
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Sport Psychology Flow
#1. What is flow - A holistic, intrinsically motivating sensation that people feel when totally involved in an activity or are on automatic pilot. "In the zone" #2. 10 essential elements of flow ...
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#1. Stereotypes - Cognitive Bias #2. Prejudice - Emotional Bias #3. Discrimination - Behavioral Bias #4. Group behavior - In-group (groups you belong to) Out-group (other groups) #5. Old-fashion...
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Sports Psychology Exam
...problems, no time for it, you can learn it right away, it can't be learned #26. PST phases - Educational phase Acquisition phase Practice phase #27. Arousal regulation - using techniques to control...
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EXS 312 Measurement & Evaluation of Physical Activity
...meaningful information that will aid physical education and exercise science professional in making...popular in the last 10-20 years, especially among educators. Assessment is the process of gathering information...
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Behavior, Nutrition, Weight Management
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Sport Psychology ch 8 and 9
#1. What is cohesion and the four factors of cohesion - The total field of forces that act on a group and hold it together. Environmental, team, leadership, and personal factors #2. Environmental f...
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Sports Psychology ch 7
#1. How are group and team dynamics a dual relationship? - Because the individual influences the group, and the group influences the individual. For example, we used the group roles in class when ...
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Sport Psychology Final Exam
...has an affect but very indirect affect on the individual (American culture, product of higher education(college), banks, #61. Identify how a bioecological model can relate to students...
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#1. What is Sport Psychology - The scientific study of people and their behaviors in sport and exercise activities and the practical application of that knowledge #2. What is role-related behavior ...
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Simon Says Anatomy
Pick a card and say "Simon says find your ..." First person to locate the muscle or bone correctly has the opportunity to define the muscle or bone for a point.
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#1. Which of the following statements does not describe force? a. Force causes objects at rest to remain stationary b. Force causes objects to start moving c. Force causes objects to stop ...
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