SCL1003 - Exercise and Sport Psychology
|1.||Synthesise knowledge to devise an evidence-based, theoretically sound exercise/physical activity program in order to prevent and/or rehabilitate (injuries, disorders and diseases);|
|2.||Investigate and apply psychological theories to improve the effectiveness of an exercise program for health, increase the likelihood of exercise adherence, and/or reduce sedentary behaviour in a range of settings, including community and rehabilitation settings;|
|3.||Analyse the benefits of exercise/physical activity, particularly benefits for mental health;|
|4.||Collaborate with others to produce a persuasive, professional presentation which details an evidence -based exercise/physical activity intervention|
|Examination||End of semester exam||30%|
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