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  • SELF-CONFIDENCE
  • A distinction must be made between
    • GLOBAL SELF-CONFIDENCE –personality trait or disposition
    • SITUATION-SPECIFIC SELF-CONFIDENCE – Believing that you can succeed at a given task
  • Models of self-confidence Bandura’s theory of self-efficacy – a form of situation-specific self-confidence.
  • For the beginner – 4 fundamental elements are effective in developing self-confidence
  • Developing self-confidence
    • Successful performance
    • Vicarious experience – modelling or copying
    • Verbal persuasion – encouragement
    • Emotional arousal
  • SELF-TALK
    • Once mastered, can become an effective coping strategy to:
    • Overcome anxiety
    • Increase self-confidence
    • Improve technique
  • SELF-TALK definition A personal dialogue in which the athlete interprets feelings, perceptions and convictions and gives himself instructions and reinforcement.
  • The 4 Ws of self-talk
    • WHERE?
    • WHEN?
    • WHAT?
    • WHY?
  • 3 Categories of self-talk to increase confidence
    • Task-specific statements
    • Encouragement and effort
    • Mood words
  • For self-talk to be effective, it needs to be:
    • Brief
    • Phonetically simple
    • Logically related to skill involved
    • Well timed with task
  • Functions of self-talk
    • Building & developing self-efficacy
    • Skill acquisition – work harder to change bad habits, learn new good habits
    • Creating & changing mood
    • Controlling effort
    • Focusing attention or concentration – ‘now’