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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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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Behavior, Nutrition, Weight Management
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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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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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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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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 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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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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Motion in one dimentsion
#1. Acceleration is a. displacement b. the rate of change of displacement c. velocity d. the rate of change of velocity - d. The rate of change of velocity #2. When velocity is positive and a...
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