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The Emotional Factor

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dalryschool's version from 2015-11-03 16:50

National 4 and 5 Physical Education

On this page you will learn about the emotional features that have an impact on a person's performance. Good luck!

EMOTIONAL FACTORS

 

Question Answer
Happinesspositive emotion meaning content, satisfied or cheerful
Sadnessnegative emotion meaning unhappy, dejected or miserable
Angernegative emotion meaning annoyed, irritated or hostile
Fearnegative emotion meaning alarmed, agitated or distressed
Trustpositive emotion meaning belief, confidence or certainty
Surprisepositive or negative emotion meaning shock, astonishment or revelation
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QUALITITES AFFECTED BY HAPPINESS EMOTIONS

 

Question Answer
Confidenceperformer is willing to try and believes in his/her own ability
Resilienceperformer won’t give up and will recover from losing or being beaten
Optimismperformer remains positive and hopeful that success can be achieved
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QUALITIES AFFECTED BY TRUST EMOTIONS

 

Question Answer
Self-respectperformer conducts him/herself in an appropriate manner
Mutual respectperformer treats others with respect and courtesy
Personal responsibilityperformer manages his/her own emotions and behaviour
Collective responsibilityperformer carries out activity with other people without disagreements
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QUALITIES AFFECTED BY FEAR EMOTIONS

 

Question Answer
Decision-makingperformer may make wrong or rash decisions and hesitation may occur
Confidenceperformer may be unwilling or unable to try with no belief in his/her own ability
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QUALITIES AFFECTED BY ANGER EMOTIONS

 

Question Answer
Decision-makingperformer may make wrong or rash decisions and hesitation may occur
Self-controlperformer may make wrong or rash decisions resulting in him/her losing control
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APPROACHES TO DEALING WITH FEAR AND ANGER EMOTIONS

 

Question Answer
Deep breathingperformer fills the lungs completely then releases the air very slowly while concentrating on controlling breathing muscles
Visualisationperformer shuts out distractions and focuses on the requirements of the performance by imagining the whole performance from beginning to end in his/her mind
Mental rehearsalperformer should rehearse inside head set responses or courses of action to take if he/she meets any negative triggers
Positive self-talkperformer should develop alternate positive responses to negative triggers such as pre-rehearsed phrases
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