PADAGOGISCHE PSYCHOLOGIE IM SPORTUNTERRICHT EIN LEHRBUCH IN 14 LEKTIONEN SPORTWISSENSCHAFT STUDIEREN 9 GERMAN EDITION

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P Dagogische Psychologie Im Sportunterricht

Author : Markus Gerber
ISBN : 9783898998901
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Die Sportpädagogik und -psychologie gehören im Fach Sportwissenschaft zu den zentralen Lehrbereichen. Während die Sportpsychologie ihren Fokus auf psychologische Aspekte des Leistungs-, Freizeit- und Gesundheitssports richtet, steht in der Sportpädagogik die Beziehung zwischen Sport und Erziehung im Vordergrund. Häufig wird die psychologische Seite der Erziehung dabei nur bruchstückhaft beleuchtet. Dieses Buch schließt diese Lücke, indem systematisch Einblicke in psychologische Prozesse geboten werden, die das Lernen und Leisten von Schülern im Sportunterricht beeinflussen. Das Lehrbuch richtet sich an (zukünftige) Sportlehrpersonen. Es eignet sich aber auch für Personen, die aus Eigeninitiative mehr über die psychologischen Prozesse erfahren möchten, die sich in Erziehungssituationen im Sport abspielen (also auch Trainer, Betreuer und Eltern). Aufbauend auf der Frage, was Schüler zum Sporttreiben motiviert, werden Überlegungen angestellt, wie der Unterricht möglichst optimal gestaltet werden kann, um bei Jungen und Mädchen oder leistungsstarken und –schwachen Heranwachsenden gleichermaßen zum Aufbau eines aktiven körperlich Lebensstils und zur Entwicklung ihrer Persönlichkeit beizutragen.
Category: Sports & Recreation

The Role Of Sport In Health Related Promotion Of Physical Activity

Author : Enrico Michelini
ISBN : 9783658081881
Genre : Political Science
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Enrico Michelini illustrates that sport plays a very marginal role in the contemporary health promotion. This is the main result of the present analysis of national strategies for the promotion of physical activity issued by the health ministries of France, Germany, and Italy. All these health-strategies are rather ambiguous on this subject: They mention sport systematically as an abstract term, but they marginalise it as a medium of health in its traditional-competitive form. As a consequence, while sport has generally been considered healthy over a long period in the past, most health organisations today recommend only moderate physical activity as conducive to good health. The author examines this paradigmatic change in the international discussion about the forms of health-enhancing physical activity through a theoretical framework based on Luhmann’s systems theory.
Category: Political Science

Benny Andersson Piano

Author : Abba
ISBN : 1785588753
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(Piano Solo Personality). 21 transcriptions for solo piano approved by Andersson himself are included in this collection featuring the music from this Swedish composer and member of ABBA. Songs include: Chess * The Day Before You Came * I Let the Music Speak * My Love, My Life * Stockholm by Night * Thank You for the Music * You and I * and more. It also includes introductory notes by music journalist Camilla Lundberg and photography documenting Benny's career.
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Sports Officials And Officiating

Author : Clare MacMahon
ISBN : 9781134442706
Genre : Medical
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Sports officials (umpires, referees, judges) play a vital role in every sport, and sports governing bodies, fans, and players now expect officials to maintain higher professional standards than ever before. In this ground-breaking book, a team of leading international sport scientists and top level officials have come together to examine, for the first time, the science and practice of officiating in sport, helping us to better understand the skills, techniques and physical requirements of successful refereeing. The book covers every key component of the official’s role, including: Training and career development Fitness and physical preparation Visual processing Judgement and decision-making Communication and game management Psychological demands and skills Using technology Performance evaluation Researching and studying officials in sport Top-level officials or officiating managers contribute in the ‘Official’s Call’ sections, reflecting on their experiences in real in-game situations across a wide range of international sports, and on how a better understanding of science and technique can help improve professional practice. No other book has attempted to combine leading edge contemporary sport science with the realities of match officiating in this way, and therefore this book is vital reading for any advanced student of sport science, sport coaching or sport development, or any practising official or sports administrator looking to raise their professional standards.
Category: Medical

Intuition In Judgment And Decision Making

Author : Henning Plessner
ISBN : 9781136875212
Genre : Psychology
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The central goal of this volume is to bring the learning perspective into the discussion of intuition in judgment and decision making. The book gathers recent work on intuitive decision making that goes beyond the current dominant heuristic processing perspective. However, that does not mean that the book will strictly oppose this perspective. The unique perspective of this book will help to tie together these different conceptualizations of intuition and develop an integrative approach to the psychological understanding of intuition in judgment and decision making. Accordingly, some of the chapters reflect prior research from the heuristic processing perspective in the new light of the learning perspective. This book provides a representative overview of what we currently know about intuition in judgment and decision making. The authors provide latest theoretical developments, integrative frameworks and state-of-the-art reviews of research in the laboratory and in the field. Moreover, some chapters deal with applied topics. Intuition in Judgment and Decision Making aims not only at the interest of students and researchers of psychology, but also at scholars from neighboring social and behavioral sciences such as economy, sociology, political sciences, and neurosciences.
Category: Psychology

The Routines Of Decision Making

Author : Tilmann Betsch
ISBN : 9781135622947
Genre : Business & Economics
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Experience is currently a hot theme in decision making. For a long time, decision research was almost exclusively focused on new decisions and neglected the importance of experience. It took the field until the 1990s for a new direction in research and theorizing to become visible in the literature. There are parallel movements happening in sociology, political science, social psychology, and business. The purpose of this edited book is to provide a balanced and representative overview of what is currently known about the dynamics of experienced-based decision making. The chapters are written by renowned experts in the field and provide the latest theoretical developments, integrative frameworks, and state-of-the-art reviews of research in the laboratory and in the field.
Category: Business & Economics

Mind And Motion The Bidirectional Link Between Thought And Action

Author : Markus Raab
ISBN : 0080886140
Genre : Psychology
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This volume investigates the implications of how our brain directs our movements on decision making. An extensive body of knowledge in chapters from international experts is presented as well as integrative group reports discussing new directions for future research. The understanding of how people make decisions is of central interest to experts working in fields such as psychology, economics, movement science, cognitive neuroscience, neuroinformatics, robotics, and sport science. For the first time the current volume provides a multidisciplinary overview of how action and cognition are integrated in the planning of and decisions about action. * Offers intense, focused, and genuine interdisciplinary perspective * Conveys state-of-the-art and outlines future research directions on the hot topic of mind and motion (or embodied cognition) * Includes contributions from psychologists, neuroscientists, movement scientists, economists, and others
Category: Psychology

Foundations For Tracing Intuition

Author : Andreas Glöckner
ISBN : 9781135181451
Genre : Psychology
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The study of intuition and its relation to thoughtful reasoning is a burgeoning research topic in psychology and beyond. While the area has the potential to radically transform our conception of the mind and decision making, the procedures used for establishing empirical conclusions have often been vaguely formulated and obscure. This book fills a gap in the field by providing a range of methods for exploring intuition experimentally and thereby enhancing the collection of new data. The book begins by summarizing current challenges in the study of intuition and gives a new foundation for intuition research. Going beyond classical dual-process models, a new scheme is introduced to classify the different types of processes usually collected under the label of intuition. These new classifications range from learning approaches to complex cue integration models. The book then goes on to describe the wide variety of behavioural methods available to investigate these processes, including information search tracing, think aloud protocols, maximum likelihood methods, eye-tracking, and physiological and non-physiological measures of affective responses. It also discusses paradigms to investigate implicit associations and causal intuitions, video-based approaches to expert research, methods to induce specific decision modes as well as questionnaires to assess individual preferences for intuition or deliberation. By uniquely providing the basis for exploring intuition by introducing the different methods and their applications in a step-by-step manner, this text is an invaluable reference for individual research projects. It is also very useful as a course book for advanced decision making courses, and could inspire experimental explorations of intuition in psychology, behavioural economics, empirical legal studies and clinical decision making.
Category: Psychology

Psychology Of Self Regulation

Author : Joseph P. Forgas
ISBN : 9781136874314
Genre : Psychology
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The ability to regulate and control our behaviors is a key accomplishment of the human species, yet the psychological mechanisms involved in self-regulation remain incompletely understood. This book presents contributions from leading international researchers who survey the most recent developments in this fascinating area.
Category: Psychology

The Robber Hotzenplotz

Author : Otfried Preussler
ISBN : 9781590179628
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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The Robber Hotzenplotz is a merry tale of two scoundrels, two friends, a toad-fairy, and an unforgettable escapade. The Robber Hotzenplotz works hard at his job, waking early to hide in the woods and waylay new victims. One morning Kasperl’s grandmother is sitting in the sun outside her house, grinding coffee in her new musical coffee mill—a birthday gift from Kasperl and his best friend Seppel—when suddenly Hotzenplotz, attracted by the music, leaps out to steal the mill. Sergeant Dimplemoser hears Grandmother’s cries and comes to her aid, but Hotzenplotz has evaded the useless police for years. So Kasperl and Seppel vow to catch the robber themselves. But catching robbers is not as easy as all that ... Kasperl and Seppel soon discover that even the best-laid plans can be foiled, especially when Hotzenplotz enlists the help of his wicked magician friend Petrosilius Zackleman, a gluttonous villain with a weakness for fried potatoes.
Category: Juvenile Fiction