App Ex Psych 7 cont.

bethdrysdale94's version from 2017-05-16 13:30

Section 1

Question Answer
Group Environment Strategies:Fostering distinctiveness and group identitiesteams, team names, posting team results, team kit, team posters
Group Environment Strategies: Limiting Group size to optimise interactionsdifferent group activities, pairing up, teams, circuits
Group Process Strategies: Facilitating interaction and communicationgroup problem solving, group goal setting, feedback on group goals. Competition rarely used. Collective efficacy rarely used.
Group Structure Strategies: Status, Roles, Norms. team leader to motivate. Roles: contacting other participants, monitoring attendance, monitoring goal attainment. Norms: N=3, but strategies not articulated.
Most Commonly reported strategies: fostering communication and interactionn=10
Most Commonly reported strategies: fostering a sense of distinctivenessn=8
Most Commonly reported strategies: group goalsn=7
Most Commonly reported strategies: group problem solvingn=5
Most Commonly reported strategies:feedback on group goalsn=4

Section 2

Question Answer
Combining group with individual strategies; individual goal setting, feedback, and problem solving were identified in...14, 11 and 8 articles respectively -GROUP OR INDIVIDUAL, WHICH IS IMPACTING EX BEHAVIOUR MOST
What are the issues with determining mechanisms for how GDB affect exercise behaviour?No pattern to type or combination of strategies used. Diverse freq. and contact reported across studies, few mediating variables identified (e.g. cohesion), No theoretical underpinning for strategy use, Very few process evaluations
Group-Dynamic Based Intervention summaryseems to work but we don't know how or why
GDB interventions draw upon what as they key ingredient for exercise promotion?the group itself
greater group coherence facilitates what?increased exercise-related outcomes

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