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What is self-assurance?. Self-assurance DEFINED. Genuine Self-Confidence
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Self-assurance: THE KEY TO SPORT SUCCESS Damon Burton and Bernie Holliday Vandal Sport Psychology Services University of Idaho

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What is self-assurance?

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SELF-CONFIDENCE DEFINED True Self-Confidence – is a reasonable conviction or desire of making progress. Self-assurance is: not what you would like to do but rather what you practically hope to don\'t what you enlighten others however your deepest considerations concerning your sensible abilities, not pride in past deeds but rather a reasonable judgment about what you can do

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Does self-assurance upgrade execution?

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SELF-CONFIDENCE ENHANCES PERFORMANCE Mahoney & Avener (1976) 1976 Olympic qualifiers were more sure than nonqualifiers. Feltz\' (1988) survey discovered direct to solid connections amongst certainty and execution (i.e., mean r = .54). Inquire about finds a complementary relationship between fearlessness and execution.

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HOW SELF-CONFIDENCE IMPACTS PERFORMANCE brings down uneasiness by making constructive desires of accomplishment, builds inspiration by raising saw ability, upgrades focus by wiping out diversion from antagonistic considerations and individual putdowns.

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What are the three sorts of self-assurance?

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OPTIMAL SELF-CONFIDENCE Competence - have the information, techniques, aptitudes and capacities important for achievement, Preparation – adequately arranged so you can effectively play out those abilities and systems in a specific aggressive circumstance. Villanova\'s 1984 vexed of Georgetown in the NCAA Championship Game.

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DIFFIDENT ATHLETES . . . confound "what is" with what they "wish would be" or with what "should be," consider themselves to be washouts and act in like manner, errors destroy their skill, self questions fuel self-satisfying predictions that make a horrible negative winding, concentrate on their weaknesses and disregard their achievements, and are underachievers whose certainty constrains their advancement

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TYPES OF OVERCONFIDENCE swelled certainty, and false certainty.

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INFLATED CONFIDENCE People who trust they are superior to anything they truly are and have a swelled supposition of themselves and their aptitudes. They overestimate their capacities while disparaging their rivals\' aptitudes. Spoiling from guardians/mentors, playing frail rivalry, and over the top media buildup are its essential drivers. Regularly they are able yet don\'t get ready sufficiently.

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FALSE CONFIDENCE act certain on the outside yet inside dread disappointment and are truly bashful, claim to be brash, presumptuous and pompous, trouble conceding blunders and loaded with reasons, hard to mentor since they won\'t acknowledge duty regarding botches, and typically plan hard however do not have the ability to be fruitful.

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What is the distinction amongst execution and result certainty?

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PERFORMANCE-VERSUS OUTCOME CONFIDENCE Performance Confidence – entertainers\' conviction that they can execute the aptitudes and methodologies important to perform well and accomplish their objectives. Result Confidence – entertainers\' conviction that they will socially think about well and win the opposition.

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What are some particular procedures you use to help your fearlessness?

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CONFIDENCE DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES general certainty improvement systems, six certainty advancement tips for specialists, and methodologies for creating and keeping up certainty amid rivalry.

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ENHANCING SELF-CONFIDENCE Performance Accomplishments Behaviors Vicarious Experiences Performance Self-Confidence Verbal Persuasion Thoughts Physiological Arousal Control

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GENERAL CONFIDENCE DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES execution achievement objective setting, vicarious encounters, displaying/shows – Namath\'s Jets, symbolism – Russell "this feels familiar," verbal influence, support – improves sentiments of ability, self talk – certainty script, excitement control.

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CONFIDENCE-DEVELOPMENT TIPS FOR PRACTITIONERS build up a precise objective setting project and log and diagram advance, make an individual Hall-of-Fame, outline a deliberate molding program and expand readiness, utilize powerful displaying systems, replay past victories and envision future triumphs, and accentuate certainty building musings.

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How would you keep up your self-assurance amid rivalry?

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DEVELOPING & MAINTAINING COMPETITIVE CONFIDENCE evaluate circumstances as difficulties instead of dangers, create status, execution and recuperation arrangements to manage issues, stress issue centered adapting systems to lessen risk, utilize feeling centered adapting procedures to feel less debilitated, and concentrate on more controllable process and execution objectives.

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What is the self-satisfying prescience?

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SELF-FULFILLING PROPHECY Self-Fulfilling Prophecies – happen when mentors\'/instructors\' desires incite competitors/understudies to carry on or perform in a way that accommodates with those hopes. Rosenthal and Jacobson (1968) found that a gathering educators accepted were "scholarly slow developers" made more prominent instructive additions than did a control assemble for whom they had unbiased anticipations. Anticipations of instructors, mentors and guardians can fundamentally raise or lower entertainers\' self-assurance.

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What are the four (4) stages of the Self-Fulfilling Prophecy Process?

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SELF-FULFILLING PROPHECY PROCESS STEP 1 – Coaches Develop Expectations STEP 2 – Coaches\' Expectations Influence their Treatment of Athletes (i.e., recurrence, duration, and nature of cooperations) STEP 3 – Athletes\' Learning and Performance Is Impacted by Differential Treatment STEP 4 - Athletes\' Behavior Conforms to Coaches\' Expectations

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STEP 1: COACHES FORM EXPECTATIONS Person Cues race, sexual orientation financial status, measure, body sort, and style of dress. Execution Information molding and aptitudes tests, past execution history, assessment of others, and tryout data.

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STEP 2: DIFFERENTIAL EXPECTANCIES IMPACT COACHING BEHAVIORS sort, recurrence and warmth of cooperations, nature of instructional practices (e.g., abilities educated, trouble of aptitudes, and diligence) nature of input practices (e.g., valence, specificity, and remedial substance) attributions for achievement and disappointment.

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STEP 3: COACHES\' BEHAVIOR IMPACTS ATHLETES\' PERFORMANCE amount and nature of learning, nature of focused discernments and execution, and long haul improvement.

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STEP 4: ATHLETES\' PERFORMANCE CONFORMS WITH COACHES\' EXPECTATIONS Athletes most vulnerable to Self-Fulfilling Prophecy impacts are . . . more youthful, less experienced, bring down in self-regard, more coachable, and esteem achievement more.

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How would we augment positive Self-Fulfilling Prophecy impacts?

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HOW TO MAXIMIZE POSITIVE SFP EFFECTS Determine what wellsprings of data are utilized to shape desires. Acknowledge beginning hopes might be off base, requiring alteration as entertainers ability changes. Even out ability improvement time crosswise over competitors. Give all entertainers adequate time to completely ace aptitudes. React to mistakes with restorative guideline. Concentrate on item as a way to achieve item. Grow great mentor competitor connections. Make an execution situated group atmosphere.

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