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2018 | 60 | 32-45
Article title

Profil umiejętności – narzędzie do pracy mentalnej w sporcie

Content
Title variants
EN
Performance profile – a tool for mental work in sport
Languages of publication
PL EN
Abstracts
PL
Butler i Hardy zaprezentowali profil umiejętności (ang. performance profile) jako narzędzie pomagające w zrozumieniu sportowców i ich postrzegania własnych umiejętności. Metoda ta, oparta na Teorii Konstruktów Osobistych (Kelly, 1955), ma przede wszystkim zwiększać samoświadomość zawodników w odniesieniu do ich przygotowania startowego, ale także pomagać trenerom w zrozumieniu sportowców. Po ponad 25 latach stosowania profilu umiejętności przez zarówno badaczy, jak i praktyków, narzędzie to okazało się metodą o znacznie szerszym zastosowaniu. W pracy zaprezentowano idee profilu umiejętności wraz z opisem oryginalnej instrukcji stosowanej przez Butlera i Hardy’ego. Przedstawiono podstawy teoretyczne tego narzędzia oraz ukazano jego wszechstronność poprzez wskazanie możliwości stosowania tej metody zarówno z zawodnikami, trenerami, jak i drużynami. Ponadto praca ukazuje potencjalne korzyści płynące z wykorzystania tego narzędzia w przygotowaniu sportowym poprzez prezentację dotychczasowych wyników badań z użyciem profilu.
EN
Butler and Hardy presented the performance profile as a tool that facilitates the understanding of athletes and their perception of their own performance. The method, based on the Personal Construct Theory, is aimed primarily at raising the self-awareness of players concerning their start preparation, but also at supporting coaches in understanding the players. During over 25 years of using the performance profile by both researches and practitioners, the range of applications of this tool turned out much wider. The article presents the ideas of the performance profile along with the description of the original instructions applied by Butler and Hardy. The paper describes its theoretical foundations and presents the versatility of the tool by pointing to the possibilities of its use with athletes, coaches, and teams. Moreover, it shows the potential benefits of applying this tool in sports preparation by presenting previous results of research using the profile. The conclusion of the paper contains a discussion of further possibilities of applying the tool in sports environment.
Year
Volume
60
Pages
32-45
Physical description
Dates
published
2018-03-28
Contributors
  • Uniwersytet Śląski w Katowicach
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Publication order reference
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