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Personality – the sums of the characteristics that make a person unique– BTEC NATIONAL SPORT Personality – the sums of the characteristics that make a person unique– BTEC NATIONAL SPORT 1)Martens Schematic

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2) The Psycho dynamic theory
3)Trait Theory
4) Situational approach
5) Interactional theory

1)Martens Schematic
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2) The Psycho dynamic theory
3)Trait Theory
4) Situational approach
5) Interactional theory

There are a number of theories and approaches that have been suggested to try to explain personality and how it can influence sports performance. The main theories you will look at are: There are a number of theories and approaches that have been suggested to try to explain personality and how it can influence sports performance. The main theories you will look at are: Theories

Theories
Some research has suggested certain pers. types are more attracted to certain sports Some research has suggested certain pers. types are more attracted to certain sports No direct link between personality type and success in sport No direct link between personality type and success in sport Type B personalities tend to be more tolerant towards others, more relaxed and reflective than their type A counterparts, experience lower levels of anxiety and display higher levels of imagination and creativity. Type B personalities tend to be more tolerant towards others, more relaxed and reflective than their type A counterparts, experience lower levels of anxiety and display higher levels of imagination and creativity.

People with a type A personality tend to lack patience, have a strong urge for competition, a high desire to achieve goals, always rush to complete activities, will happily multi-task when placed under time constraints, lack tolerance towards others and experience higher levels of anxiety.

People with a type A personality tend to lack patience, have a strong urge for competition, a high desire to achieve goals, always rush to complete activities, will happily multi-task when placed under time constraints, lack tolerance towards others and experience higher levels of anxiety.

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Type A versus type B
In sport, type A personalities are more likely than type B personalities to continue participating in a sport when the situation becomes unfavourable or when they are not motivated to take part.
Type A versus type B
In sport, type A personalities are more likely than type B personalities to continue participating in a sport when the situation becomes unfavourable or when they are not motivated to take part. Armando Cella

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Personality types

Personality types

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Elite versus non-elite athletes
Psychologists thought that successful athletes
display lower levels of depression, fatigue, confusion and anger, but higher levels of vigour.
Elite versus non-elite athletes
Psychologists thought that successful athletes
display lower levels of depression, fatigue, confusion and anger, but higher levels of vigour. Psychodynamic theory
The psychodynamic approach to personality says that personality is made up of conscious and unconscious parts. The first part is called the ‘id’ which stands for instinctive drive. It is the part of your personality that is unconscious and makes you do certain things without thinking about them, for example, a sprinter on the start line in the Olympic final may feel so threatened by the expectations upon them that they respond with large levels of anxiety and their muscles automatically freeze. The second part of your personality, your ego is the conscious part. The final part is your super ego, which is your moral conscience. The effect of the ego and super ego can be seen in sport when a football player refuses to take a penalty in a penalty shoot out because they are worried about missing and...
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