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Understanding Adolescent Behavior | Parenting

Understanding Adolescent Behavior | Parenting | ASPECT 1: Dance psyc; Aspect 2: child development | Scoop.it
Find Ways To Cope and Understand Adolescent Behavior
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Jean Piaget

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Jean Piaget was the first psychologist to make a systematic study of children's cognitive development.
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Brianna Norris's comment, March 13, 2014 2:08 PM
4 stages of development broken down by ages of development understandings. Sensorimotor 0-2 years of age. Preoperational 2-7 years of age. Concrete Operational 7-11 years of age and Formal operational 11-up years of age. Tge development stages are based biologically, meaning you can not control what phase you go to n ext. Stating that each child goes through these stages. The ages perdicted for the developmental changes are just that, perdictions. Any age around those years is roughly the age one should begin to notice3 their child developing
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Creative Arts . Child Development Tracker . Child Development . PBS Parents | PBS

Creative Arts . Child Development Tracker . Child Development . PBS Parents | PBS | ASPECT 1: Dance psyc; Aspect 2: child development | Scoop.it
PBS Parents offers a variety of information on child development, developmental milestones, and early childhood learning to help you track your child's growth.
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Brianna Norris's comment, March 6, 2014 12:33 PM
Children around the ages of 4 and 5 begin to start identifying sounds. They start to hum and sing songs and their motor skills are bettering. This is the age where the child's right side of the brain really, for lack of better terms, begins to grow. They are able to understand coloring/drawing, music, body control and movement, and imagination.
Brianna Norris's comment, March 6, 2014 12:41 PM
Music wise, they can pick up beats and some words if not many, different types. They may not know the types but they can associate it with things they know. They are able to actually sing weather they learned it or made it up on their own. Art wise they begin to draw things more realistic, convey their feelings, and can describe what is pleasing to them and to others. Body movement, they begin to immitate movements they are familiar with, animals, people, nature. As well as reflect their feelings (unconciencensly) and speak the importance of some movements, like why someone runs or lifts weights.
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The Rules of Sports Psychology - Mental Keys to Success | Sports Mind Skills

The key rules of Sports Psychology that athletes and coaches should follow to achieve their best in sport (The Rules of Sports Psychology...http://t.co/zhTlQFMl...)...

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Brianna Norris's comment, February 19, 2014 12:55 PM
Tips to just make you more successful in your sport: !. Process over outcome; pay attention to your performanceand execute skills properly. 2. develop pre game routines. 3. associate with good people to keep a positive outlook on life. 4. use imaginary pre think skills; meaning think about your sport, don't go wing it. 5. use imagery to practice skills; visualize yourself performing siad skills. 6. Whether you think you can or can't you will; commit 100% always and never quit. 7. set goals; so you have something to work for. 8.remember choices are yours; its always up to you on what you do. 9.practice makes perfect. 10.have fun; enjoy ehat youre doing
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Sports Psychology and Children

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“Sports Psychology and Children: http://t.co/QU6lX1aJ7d”;


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Brianna Norris's comment, February 20, 2014 2:11 PM
mental preperation is just as important as your skills when it comes to a sport. When involved in a team or group sport, setting goals as such is good, but make sure each individual has a goal. So that they to can feel a sense of accomplishment in themselves. Also, keep them focused. Do not let them worry about the what ifs. Keep their heads in the game. You must communicate with your athlete, talking to them and asking them will interest them more if they truly want to participate.
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Sports Psychology for Performance Anxiety

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“Overcoming Performance Anxiety with Sports Psychology. How to psyche yourself up, calm yourself down and overcome performance anxiety.”


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Brianna Norris's comment, February 21, 2014 10:11 AM
performance anxiety is a common problem in sports. People will be fine in practices and in training but when it comes ime to perform they freeze up for two reasons, 1. because there are people watching and 2. they have high expectations for themselves. Your thoughts before said event can effect your performance. You must cancel out all thoughts of doubt. Confied
Brianna Norris's comment, February 21, 2014 10:16 AM
Confidence is key. You have to have faith in your self to do well. Realixze that it is normal to feel nervous and anxious before an event. Prepare your self mentally and physically. The less you rush the better you will be because you left youreself time to breathe. Make sure to remain focus. Smile and pretend like you don't care about the outcome of the event.
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World of Sports: Importance of Sports Psychology for Coaches

World of Sports: Importance of Sports Psychology for Coaches | ASPECT 1: Dance psyc; Aspect 2: child development | Scoop.it
World of Sports: Importance of Sports Psychology for Coaches http://t.co/IhGYy18c2f

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Luis Valdes's curator insight, September 26, 2013 9:19 AM

PSYCHOGENYX is coming soon!

Brianna Norris's comment, February 20, 2014 2:24 PM
Playing multiple sports is basically a full time job. Sports need energy and a lot of it. It is a sports psychologists job to keep them motivated and together. All srt of issues approaach a sports psychologist, from performance anxiety to family problems to eating disorders. There are so many fields, avenues, and specials in this field it is nearendless.
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Sports Psychology and Mental toughness

Sports Psychology and Mental toughness | ASPECT 1: Dance psyc; Aspect 2: child development | Scoop.it
Using sports psychology to improve your mental toughness and boost your performance. (Sports psychology and mental toughness!

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Brianna Norris's comment, February 21, 2014 10:21 AM
Always be positive and have faith in yourself. Remain calm and be positive and your outcome is more likely to be good whether it was just your performance or your whole teams performance. Keep the 3 C's: Control, commitment, challenge.
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Dance Psychology Lab - Website of peterlovatt!

Dance Psychology Lab - Website of peterlovatt! | ASPECT 1: Dance psyc; Aspect 2: child development | Scoop.it
Peter Lovatt carries out research into Dance and Health, Dance and Parkinson's Disease, Dance and Self-esteem, Dance & Hormones and Dance & Thinking.
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Brianna Norris's comment, February 17, 2014 12:45 PM
Dance Psychology has so much more to it than people think. It not only focuses on the psychological aspect of dance but also the dance and dancers characteristics. Communication of dancers and what they are trying to tell/ share with the audience and viewers. You must be able to interpret dances, though you may not think the same as someone else. You also need to understand dancers as people, how they feel about it, does it lower their self-esteem. Dancers are known to have eating disorders and other psychological problems. Also what goes on in the brain when one is dancing, its not always the next move and everyone is different, even if they are performing the same routine.
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Psychology History

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Brianna Norris's comment, March 13, 2014 2:19 PM
Piaget is a full believer in deveolping the right side of the brian verses the left. It sgows that people are more willing to learn subconsciously and retain information better when they are doing activites rather than reading a book
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Child Development Theories Page 2 | Education.com

Child Development Theories Page 2 | Education.com | ASPECT 1: Dance psyc; Aspect 2: child development | Scoop.it
This article discusses the different theories of child development including maturational theory, psychoanalytic theory, behaviorist theory, constructivist theory, and more.(page 2)
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Brianna Norris's comment, March 6, 2014 12:28 PM
Child development comes a lot from nature vs. nurture theory. Kids naturally develop thought,motor,and memory skills on their own at roughly around the same ages, nature. How a child is treated at home can completly change how they are going to act in a social enviroment. Children will act how they know. they do not realize the different way to act, meaning at home vs school, or around their friends, or church, or anything else. They do not know. They have no clue. So the way their parents bring them up effect how they act with other kids, or how they respect adults, or even smaller things like listening skills.
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Understand The Zone, Understand Sport - Sports Psychology Today

Understand The Zone, Understand Sport - Sports Psychology Today | ASPECT 1: Dance psyc; Aspect 2: child development | Scoop.it

To enhance the playing zone, you require concentration on the task at hand, for concentration focuses the mind. ... About Sports Psychology, Sports Psychology, Sports Psychology Coaching, Peak Performance.


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Brianna Norris's comment, February 19, 2014 12:38 PM
An athlete must remain in the zone, a "room" of the brain. To do so you must clear all of your thoughts, think nothing but simple thoughts. To expand upward you must find a peace at mind. Those who are more peaceful and calm tend to have a better performance. To put this zone into action you must have something to focus on. For the playing zone you need to understand your body and your mind for it to be effectful.
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Sports psychology: Games of the mind

Gazette.Net: <br/>Sports psychology: Games of the mind | ASPECT 1: Dance psyc; Aspect 2: child development | Scoop.it

Role of sports psychology becomes increasingly important (Sports psychology: Games of the mind http://t.co/scZcsmZt...)...


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Brianna Norris's comment, February 20, 2014 2:02 PM
As a coach you get the opportunity to know your players on a very personal level. Because of this the players count on you to guide them and help them when they need the mental strength to keep going. Mental strength is key becuase it keeps a player working harderto be better.
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How to Turn Fear into Freedom! | The Rebic Center

How to Turn Fear into Freedom! | The Rebic Center | ASPECT 1: Dance psyc; Aspect 2: child development | Scoop.it
Why feel #fear when you can be free to feel good? Blog: http://t.co/he2KEbfbFo #beconscious
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Brianna Norris's comment, February 20, 2014 2:14 PM
F.E.A.R. means, Forget Everything And Run. Fear is commonly assumed as everything about it is threatening and intimidating. What fear really is, is False Evidence Appearing Real.
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Motivation in Sports Psychology

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Sports psychology, Motivation - Increase your strength speed and stamina for free at the amazing new Peak Performance sports science Library (RT @sports_perform: Motivation in Sports Psychology - The motivational dynamics of sport

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Craig Crossley's curator insight, May 6, 2013 6:27 PM

YEAR 12 HPE TERM 4 2013 - SPORT PSYCHOLOGY

Brianna Norris's comment, February 18, 2014 12:44 PM
This article first talks about motivation, what it is and how important it is. It also discusses the different types of motivation such as, self-determination;how far you want to push yourself and how badly you want something, and what you are going to do to get it. Amotivation: emotional type of motivation where you feel a lack of ability and almost a paralyzed feeling. External and introjected, external is when something is bribing you, like money or a trophy also to avoid punishment. Introjected is when you are involved in something to not feel guilty about something or to be the center of attention. Identified and integrated is when you still choose but you aren't happy. Lastly, intrinsic where you are fully self motivated and you enjoy what you are doing and you carry an interest in it. There are 3 types of intristc; to know, to achieve, and "to experience stimulation"
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Sports psychology- Stress in sports

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A brief article on the different types of stress in sports (Sports psychology- Stress in sports http://t.co/7hV7d75JcE)

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Brianna Norris's comment, February 21, 2014 10:21 AM
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Los Angeles, CA Psychologist | Dance Psychology | Dr. Lina Kaplan, Psy.D.

Los Angeles, CA Psychologist | Dance Psychology | Dr. Lina Kaplan, Psy.D. | ASPECT 1: Dance psyc; Aspect 2: child development | Scoop.it
Los Angeles, CA therapist Dr. Lina Kaplan specializes in dance psychology in which she helps dancers deal with their specific emotional and psychological needs.
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Brianna Norris's comment, February 17, 2014 12:50 PM
Dance has been around since people have been, a way to relay a message, or self expression, or just for fun. It tugs on many different emotions and feelings in one person. It has its positives and the positives are woth it as long as youre smart. Dance puts people on so many emotional and mental roller coasters, they lose their minds. You are constantly worrying about, body image, as well as high expectations, low self-esteem, anxiety, 'body armor', and stress.