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  • The Influence Of Exclusion

    This article talks about how people react when they are/feel excluded. Certain people have different coping mechanisms for this and reasons why they are hurt by being excluded. The authors in this article go in depth as to what factors could lead people to having a lower sense of fear that people get from exclusion and the psychology behind it all. The main theory of this article basically acknowledges the fact that people are discomforted by rejection and exclusions. When people are excluded they generally reach out to the friends they already have who they can count on. They then have a negative stigmatism towards those people who excluded them. When people are excluded or rejected they associate a certain type of pain or harm along with it in which they want to cope with therefore they obtain the need for their trusted peers to help them through the situation. For this article the authors came up with the question of “what if you took away the fear of physical pain or injury from the equation of exclusion” and see if they still needed their coping mechanisms that involved seeking the attention from their in-group friends. Their theory is that if you do take away these fears then the negative stigmatism towards outgroup people will decrease as well as the need for contact with their in-group will decrease. Put into better words physical invulnerability simulations can have an effect to positive and negative social stigmatism/slight. They are basing their research off…

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  • Superman To The Rescue Article Analysis

    In the article Superman to the Rescue: Simulating Physical Invulnerability Attenuates Exclusion-Related Interpersonal Biases (Ackerman, Bargh, & Huan, 2013) Julie Huan, Joshua Ackerman, and John Bargh set up a number of studies including a pre-test, study one, study two, and study three to demonstrate the relation between physical invulnerability simulation and positive or negative reactions to being excluded in social situations. They also consider how the reactions of exclusion can change when…

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  • What Is A Game Day Essay

    As an offensive player it is hard for me to watch the defense let so many goals in. I decided I was going to push back and help play defense because I did not want to be embarrassed any longer. A ball soared through the air from half field to the corner flag. The girl I was defending received the ball on her left foot to prep it for the strike. I was nowhere near her, but I knew I did not want to be responsible for a goal. Her leg flung back like a slingshot. I was sprinting at her with…

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  • Education Assistant Contact Potential Trainers

    Education Assistant will then contact potential trainers depending on the needs of the chapter or association, where the trainer lives and availability. Please respond to all requests and share your availability and interest as soon as possible. Even if you are unavailable or it us too far to travel, please provide a response. Any information given is helpful. • Once the EME Trainer agrees to the suggested date, the Education Assistant will provide the trainer with the contact information of…

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  • Sports Medicine And Ethics Analysis

    preferred spot on the team. Often times the athletic staff gets caught in the middle by trying to find the best option for the athlete and coach. They don 't want to risk sending an athlete out to compete and risk another injury, but they also don’t want to hold the athlete back if they 're feeling normal. Although athletics is a business, there needs to be more thought and consideration that goes into the decision making process. I feel athletes, coaches, and the team physician/athletic…

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  • Reflective Essay: My Senior Year

    and successful. It just takes one mistake to ruin everything and my senior year. On the third snap, I caught the snap, rolled out to my left, and threw the corner route. When I rolled out, I did everything I was taught. I got my shoulders around to the target, pushed off of my right foot and delivered the ball. When I pushed of the ground with my right foot, I jumped a little. But when I came down, my left foot fell underneath me. I knew something was not right when I landed. However, I got up…

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  • Varsity Team Case Study

    different elements that are affecting the overall performance and commitment of the Varsity team. The Varsity crew has a large pressure to be the best in the program, because that is what they have been selected for; on the other hand, the Junior Varsity crew has “nothing to lose”. This affects both teams’ motivation, because the J.V team is intrinsically motivated through enjoyment of the sport. However, the Varsity team is extrinsically motivated, because it craves the praise associated with…

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  • Benefits Of Being An Athletic Trainer

    I love sports and sporting events. Athletic trainers get to travel with them team and stand on the field with the team. The team pays for everything the athletic trainer does. The team also buys the athletic trainers whole uniform which is generally a pair of really nice tennis shoes and a nice shirt with slacks. Being an athletic trainer will allow me to interact with the players. If I do athletic training on a professional level I will get to meet many cool and interesting pro athletes! I…

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  • Difference Between Carrageenan And Vanillin

    3.0 Results and Discussion Figure 1 shows the infrared spectrum for both crosslinked and non-crosslinked films. Both carrageenan and vanillin contain similar functional groups such as CH4, C=O, C-O-C, C-OH. There is no significant difference in the spectrum that can be detected for crosslinked and non-crosslinked film samples. The spectrum can be divided into upper and lower spectrum. In the upper spectrum for the region of 2000 – 3600 cm-1, O-H stretching (3100 – 3600 cm-1) and C-H stretching…

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  • Athletic Training Research Paper

    Career and College Research Paper An athletic trainers duty is to treat, diagnose, and prevent muscle and bone injuries (paraphrase). Athletic trainers are also known as athletic trainer certified (ATC). I have always loved sports and helping people even more so I knew being an athletic trainer was my calling. It is important to understand the education or training requirements, skills,or talents needed, salary and benefits offered, and the duties for a particular career when making the…

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