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What are characteristics of at risk athletes?
high trait anxiety, high life stress, low psychological and coping skills, low social support, and high avoidance coping
What are some ways to build rrapport with an injured athlete?
taking his perspective
providing emotional support
being realistic but positive and optimistic
What is the cognitive appraisal model?
personal and situational factors play into cognitive appraisal emotional response, and behavioral response are situation
What are some situational factors that will affect whether or not you will recover?
sport factors (time of season, pllaying status)
social factors
enviornmental factors
personal factors
relationship with coach.
How do you help an injured athlete?
treat athlete as a whole person, care
maintain normal contacts
peer mentors--pepole will listen to peers more
support groups
accurate communication
build rapport
emphasize the challenge of recovery but understand the athlete will change through the rehab process.
What are some characteristics of psychological hardiness?
Commitment
-100% sure you're going to do it
Control
-you only worry about the things you can control
Challenge
-"p" to "C's" pressure to challenges
What specific psychological coping skills could you teach an injured athlete?
goal setting, positive self-talk, imagery or visualization, and relaxation training