Home learning Read the comments that I have made and answer the questions that I have posed, using a green pen. Home learning for this week Describe and explain with practical examples: Need to achieve (nAch) Need to avoid failure (NaF) Key words: Approach behaviour, avoidance behaviour self efficacy, learned helplessness, attributions On no more than 1 side of A4 for each Examination questions Home learning task What were the challenges whilst completing the home learning task from last week? - What to include? Did you use the syllabus? - How many marks? Structure: Definition, personality tests (interviews, questionnaire, biometric testing, POMS, pros, cons and then a summary) RAP Use the weebly site Underline key words in the question Ensure research is thorough and use a plan Review of articles Tiger Woods – Nature vs Nurture (no conclusive evidence) Are winners born or made? Nature vs social / interactionist approach. Mention of deliberate practice Personality Lesson 2 of 2 Outcomes These will be discussed at the end of the lesson to review what you have learnt You’ll be asked key questions during and at the end of the lesson Measuring personality Difficult (no clear definition) Questionnaires, interview or observation Degree of measurement error Talent identification programmes Personality testing 1. EPI (Eysenck’s Personality Inventory) 2. EPQ (Eysenck’s Personality Questionnaire) 3. Cattell’s Theory – 16 Personality factors Page 118 Method Advantages Disadvantages Questionnaires Personality testing Interviews Observation Validity, reliability and ethics What, how and why? What is POMS? 1. Profile of mood states (POMS) 2. Myers Briggs Type Inventory (MBTI) – Not needed for your syllabus POMS Personality and sporting performance Sceptical approach Credulous approach MBTI Mini review Should personality tests be used to screen participants. Some NFL & NHL teams have used this approach. Discuss – argument tennis Do you take risks in sport? Imagine that you are taking an exam. If you get a question wrong you will lose a mark. After 20 minutes you’ve answered the questions that you can do. You have 10 questions left, what would you do? Answer the 10 questions and risk losing marks? Leave the 10 questions and sit safe? Achievement motivation (nAch and Naf) Home learning for this week Describe and explain with practical examples: Need to achieve (nAch) Need to avoid failure (NaF) Key words to include: Approach behaviour, avoidance behaviour self efficacy, learned helplessness, attributions On no more than 2 sides of A4 and then answer the examination questions Prove it review – Topic Olympic test next week Aspects of personality that must be covered in your syllabus definition of personality interactionalist perspective personality as a predictor of performance use of personality testing profile of mood states (POMs) achievement motivation - motives to achieve (nAch) and avoid failure (Naf), and the characteristics of each incentive value and probability of success development of approach and avoidance behaviour What did you learn today?