Anxiety and Athletic Performance Introduction Athletes today need to be able to cope with the anxiety and pressure that is placed on them in the competitive world of sports. A large deal of research has been done on examining the relationship between anxiety and performance within the field of athletics. This paper is going to show that the mind in an athlete has a lot to do with the result of the particular event. In order to show that anxiety in athletes is a significant problem this paper
In the book written by Daniel Goleman (1995) called ‘Emotional Intelligence: Why it can matter more than IQ’ explains how we have two minds. The emotional and rational mind, and they both operate in tight agreement for the most part. Usually there is a balance between the two, the rational mind mostly refining and time-to-time vetoing the inputs of our emotions. But still, they are semi-independent, each reflecting the operation of distinct, but interconnected, electrical structure in the brain.
1. a) Describe the prenatal development of the sex organs (what happens for males? For females?), including what triggers the differentiation to begin. b) Choose one example of a syndrome where development of the sex organs does not progress in the typical fashion, and describe why the discrepancy between genotype and phenotype occurs. c) For individuals with that syndrome, is there reason to believe that their brains (and as a consequence, their behavior) may have undergone atypical sexual differentiation