Discussion The purpose of this study was to evaluate the relation between coaches' anxiety, and athletes' anxiety and their performance. The results showed that there was a significant relationship between the coaches' anxiety level and the athletes' anxiety level. This is consistent with the studies by Payne 12Hanton et al. For example, in a young athlete, constant pressure from his coach for a successful competition can cause high levels of anxiety.
The effects that adrenaline has on the levels of attraction and arousal were examined to see if there was any correlation between the two variables. Seventy students at a small MidwesternUniversitywere given a survey asking questions relating to their attraction to a member of the opposite sex approximately 15 minutes after participating in a physical activity.
Results indicated a significant positive correlation between adrenaline and attraction, which means as level of adrenaline increased, so did level of attraction. The findings in this study could be used in various ways including ideas a marriage counselor could implement to help couples and informing clients that a variety of factors impact an attraction to others in a long-term relationship to increase attraction to one another.
The explanation as to what causes two individuals to be attracted to each other has been tested and researched many times over the last thirty years e. Previous research has indicated that by increasing the levels of emotional arousal, which involves releasing adrenaline into the body, you are also increasing the amount of attraction between two individuals e.
Physical arousal and attraction have been researched in a number of ways throughout the years but continues to be proven with a stronger base with each replication done e. The purpose of this study was to discover if by increasing the emotional arousal of people, it is possible to show that they are sexually aroused by an attractive member of the opposite sex due specifically to the fact that adrenaline had been released into the body.
The results would support this theory if there is a correlation between emotional arousal and physical attraction. One of the reasons for this increased level of attraction can be labeled as the misattribution of arousal can be described as the actual attribution of arousal being incorrectly accredited to the wrong source.
There has been speculation as to the validity of the studies dealing with misattribution of arousal that has raised many questions involving other reasons for the increased levels of attraction Cotton, The research has proven multiple times that the misattribution of arousal is valid and does cause the increased level of attraction within an individual.
The research originally done for the misattribution of arousal was published by Dutton and Aron The female interviewer asked male participants to fill out a simple survey which contained Thematic Apperception Test pictures.
The interview then gave the males her name as well as her phone number and asked them to call her if they had any questions concerning this survey.
The men that had been on the suspension bridge that was less sturdy were more apt to call the interviewer and request a date. The researchers concluded that the arousal was due to fear induced by the bridge and likely caused the elevated levels of attraction for the woman that the males had experienced.
Cohen, Waugh, and Place did research about misattribution by doing field work in a movie theater. They went into the theater to analyze the affiliative behavior between couples as they entered and exited two different types of movies.
The research indicated that the couples in the high-arousing suspense movie had more afflictive behavior e. The research indicated that by putting couples in a scenario which stimulates their emotional arousal, their affiliative behavior towards each other increase as well.
The misattribution of arousal could occur when trying to find out why the affiliative behavior happened. The misattribution could be due to the movie or the fact that the couple was together in the first place. The couples seemed to be more affectionate towards each other when the adrenaline was produced in the body which was aroused by the suspenseful movie.
Meston and Frohlich conducted a study that included a group of couples as they entered and exited a rollercoaster ride at a theme park. The first set of couples were asked to record their heart rate as they got on a rollercoaster and as they got off while sitting by their significant other on the ride.
The second sets of couples were asked to record their heart rate while entering and exiting but were not to sit next to their significant other. The first couples had indicated that while on the rollercoaster ride, they had a heightened attraction to the individual that rode the rollercoaster ride with them.
This attraction was visible through the way the couples interacted with each other through their conversations and the amount of physical touch they had with one another.
It was found that it is possible to manipulate emotions as well as stimulate emotional arousal between two couples that had already been together before the study was performed.
Assuming the emotional responses of the couple, the male could have felt needed and the female could have felt supported. Sinclair, Hoffman, Mark, Martin, and Pickering conducted a similar study where they took a group of subjects to test arousal and attraction.effects of study participation (especially those which result from medical procedures, drug research or device research) may result in permanent injury to subjects.
For all research with the potential to do physical harm investigators are. How to Conduct Research: An Overview. Chapter 31 Sections. Section 1.
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A chemist at a pharmaceutical company wants to conduct a research study of a new medication that she thinks will correct the imbalances. is likely to reflect the thinking of psychiatrists who have read and understood all the studies and who believe in the scientific method?
_____ individual as a research participant is a risk for the. Although qualitative research is a blanket term for a wide range of approaches, this type of research typically aims to understand the meaning of individual experience within social context.
The data for qualitative studies often come from repeated interviews or focus groups, are generally more in-depth and have fewer participants than.