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Exercise & Movement Science: Exercise and Sport Psychology

EXMS 242 OL1 (CRN: 60211)

3 Credit Hours—Section is Full.

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About EXMS 242 OL1

Emphasis on personality and behavioral dynamics of sport, psychological changes associated with exercise, assessment, performance enhancement, motivation, anxiety, group processes, and exercise adoption and maintenance. Pre/co-requisite: PSYC 001. standing.

Instructor

Jeremy Sibold ()

Notes

Dates: May 19 - June 13, 2014

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Section Description

EXMS 242 (3cr) is designed to explore the psychological effects and implications of participation in sport and exercise. Emphasis and overviews of personality and behavioral dynamics of sport, the psychological changes associated with exercise, assessment in sport psychology, performance enhancement, motivation, anxiety, group processes, and psychological factors regarding sport and exercise adoption, maintenance, and enjoyment of sport and exercise will be explored. Pre requisite: PSYC 001 At the end of this course, the student should be able to: ? Explore information regarding psychological theories and application to sport and exercise. ? Explore psychological factors related to exercise, adoption, maintenance, and motivation in sport. ? Explore research and theory on goal setting, PST, and other applied topics in sport psychology. ? Explore current research in the field and apply it to their individual areas of the allied health arena

Section Expectation

This course is delivered online. For many students, this may be the first, or among the first experiences with an entirely online learning environment. There are several critical policies for this type of learning environment: 1) The student must operate independently and be disciplined with regard to course progress. 2) The student must plan to check in online at least once daily to stay up to date with announcements, updates, etc. 3) Readings and other support activities (i.e., video clips, etc) are critical to course progress and student success. 4) Grading includes both graded assignments, as well as participation credit (discussion boards, etc). Participation in online interactions must be conducted in a respectful, professional, and ethical manner. No disrespectful comments or interactions will be tolerated, and may result in the lowering of grades, or failure of the course. 5) Academic integrity is paramount. In online learning, we all make sacrifices with regards to control of the learning environment. In online coursework, there is a very high level of student independence. The student must respect and adhere to all academic integrity policies of the institution, and any decisions regarding issues related to academic integrity will adhere to institutional policy (available at: http://www.uvm.edu/policies/student/acadintegrity.pdf. 6) Students with disabilities: Please alert me to any special needs that you may have and I will assist and accommodate your needs in any way I can, in accordance with institutional policy (See: http://www.uvm.edu/access/ ) . 7) Selling, sharing, recording, copying, or any other use of course materials is strictly prohibited per the student handbook. All materials are copyright to the course instructor, or authors of the material. Posting of course material to social media sites, or other online communities is prohibited, except as approved or required by the professor. 8) If you miss a test, case study, deadline or any other activity, and the absence is unexcused, you MAY NOT make up work. If you notify me PRIOR to the deadline in question you may complete the work EARLY, NOT LATER. 9) I will respond to email within 24 hours. I will check voicemail sparingly and respond the most efficient way I can.

Evaluation

Note: This may change slightly prior to the start of the course, but are currently planned to be as follows: Discussion Board Interactions 4 @ 10 pts each = 40 pts Case Study Response 3 @ 20 pts = 60 pts Worksheets 2 @ 10 pts each = 20 pts Self-Assessment & Reflection 1 @ 10 pts = 10 pts Critical Application Questions 4 @ 15 pts each = 60 pts TOTAL = 190 pts

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