These are discussion questions, I need at least three paragraph’s for each question with references at least 5 years old
1-1 The core job of a performance psychologist is to understand the issues a client may face and plan appropriate interventions to help the client reach a better state. To what extent, if at all, do data collection methodologies and theoretical frameworks need to be aligned for the performance psychologist to understand the client’s issues and determine appropriate interventions for the client? Support your reasoning.
1-2 How does the discerning relationship among the critical factors in a case lead to the selection of practical approaches for implementing a performance improvement program? Explain.
2-1 Is there room for subjectivity in designing the components of intervention plans? Why or why not? If so, how do the subjective components interact with the objective components to create a meaningful plan? If not, how does the performance psychologist eliminate subjectivity in the plan design?
2-2 One factor to consider in the improvement of an intervention is the elimination of bias and conflict. What are the best strategies to remove bias and conflict from interventions? Why?
3-1.Which of the key stakeholders in an intervention plan should exert the greatest influence on the implementation of the plan? Why?
3-2. What types of organizational phenomena could an experimental design be used to assess? What types of organizational phenomena would be inappropriately assessed via experimental design
4-1. Consultants face many challenges when working with performers. A breakdown in communication or a breach of trust can destroy the working relationship. What skills do consultants need to possess to achieve maximum efficiency? Support your answer with current research
4-2. How does the practitioner influence behavior? What are the best the mechanisms through feedback that create an opportunity to change behavior?
5-1. How do dynamics between stakeholders and performers affect the learning environment? What types of cultures or contexts might be most susceptible to unproductive motivational climates?
5-2. Performance consultants are often called on to propose strategies that lead to insight and improvements in behavior. What methods are most successful to accomplish this? Support your response with current research.
6-1. Peak performance requires performers to focus and concentrate. Therefore, performance consultants are often required to propose strategies that increase attention and improve concentration. What psychological skills training strategies are most effective to accomplish this? Support your response with current research.
6-2. Stress is a significant problem for individuals, athletes, and employees. To address the problem of stress, performance consultants are often called in to propose practical solutions. What psychological skills training strategies are most effective to accomplish this? Support your response with current research.
7-1. From a theoretical perspective, is there an ideal timeline for behavior change? What aspects of an intervention might affect a projected timeline? Explain.
7-2. What are the best strategies for the performance psychology practitioner to invoke in an intervention plan to build confidence and increase motivation? Are there times when building confidence and increasing motivation is not the ultimate goal?
8-1. Professional organizations with which you are or may potentially become involved as a performance psychologist commonly provide ethical guidelines that are relevant to your professional practice. These organizations include the Association for Applied Sport Psychology, the American Psychological Association — Division 47, and the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society. How should performance psychologists manage situations that are not addressed by the guidelines provided by these and other similar organizations? Why?
8-2Performance psychologists and consultants need the ability to apply psychological theories and interventions to performance environments. This course presented content on the application of psychomotor skill, motor control, and behavior modification. In addition, leadership principles and coaching effectiveness in the performance context were discussed. Further, strategies were presented on how to plan and evaluate interventions. As you reflect on your experience in this course, what theories and strategies do you expect will be most relevant in your career?