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Record identifier : 565611
Personal Name - Primary Intelectual Responsibility : Wagner, Robert
Title and statement of responsibility : Psychological arousal techniques used by male and female powerlifters [Thesis]
Publication, Distribution,Etc. : Temple University, 2004
Language of the Item : eng
Dissertation of thesis details and type of degree : Ph.D.
Body granting the degree : , Temple University
Summary or Abstract : The purpose of the study was to discover the Psychological Arousal Techniques (PAT) used by elite level, competitive powerlifters during the 5 min before and throughout the performance of a competition lift or a heavy (90 of 1RM) training powerlift (the squat, the bench press, and the deadlift) and how the use of PAT may be consistent or different among the participants and lifts. The design used for this study was a qualitative, multi-site, case study design. Data were collected and triangulated from multiple sources. A purposive sample of five members from the 2002 USA Powerlifting Association (USAPL) Women's National Powerlifting Team and six members from the 2002 USAPL Men's National Powerlifting Team were used. Elite level, competitive powerlifters used six PAT in the three powerlifts. Those PAT were imagery, self-talk, attentional focus, preparatory arousal, relaxation, and prayer. The use of PAT was different for each of the lifts. From the data collected during the research, three themes arose from the analysis based on the different emphasis the PAT played during the lifting. The first theme, preparatory arousal, the king of PAT, deals with the role of preparatory arousal in the squat. It was found that the participants' use of preparatory arousal dominated other PAT use during the squat. There was also a relationship discovered between preparatory arousal and attentional focus that aided the participants when performing the lift. The second theme, laying down the technique with PAT, centers on the technical focus of PAT use in the bench press. The primary focus of the imagery, self-talk, and attentional focus was directed towards the technical aspects of the bench press. Arousal was minimized and positively affected the participants' performance of the bench press lift. The third theme, deadlift the PAT balancing act, reveals a more balanced application of PAT use in the deadlift. Use of PAT by the participants did not lean specifically towards technique or towards arousal in the deadlift. The specific use of PAT was determined by the perceptions the participants had about their competitive status when deadlifting..
Topical Name Used as Subject : Physical education
Information of biblio record : TL
 
 
 
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