What is a superordinate concept?
superordinate concept. the most general form of a type of concept, such as “animal” or “fruit”; superordinate refers to highest in status or standing. basic level type. an example of a type of concept around which other similar concepts are organized, such as “dog”, “cat”, or “pear” subordinate concept.
What is mental imagery in sport psychology?
Mental imagery involves the athlete imagining themselves in an environment performing a specific activity using their senses (sight, hear, feel and smell). The images should have the athlete performing successfully and feeling satisfied with their performance.
How is imagery persuasive?
Writers create mental images to persuade a reader to see their point of view or to help the reader experience a place or event. The images that writers create help us to understand what we are reading. By appealing to our senses, writers engage us and show us that reading is worth the time and effort.
How do you describe a sight?
Add to this list as you learn more sensory words.
- Sight. bleary. blurred. brilliant. colorless. dazzling. dim. dingy.
- Sound. bellow. blare. buzz. cackle. cheer. clamor. clang.
- Touch. balmy. biting. bristly. bumpy. chilly. coarse.
- Taste. appetizing. bitter. bland. creamy. delectable. delicious.
- Smell. acrid. aroma. aromatic. fetid. foul-smelling. fragrant.
How do you describe someone’s eyes romantically?
Romantic Adjectives for Eyes
What sight means?
(Entry 1 of 3) 1 : something that is seen : spectacle. 2a : a thing regarded as worth seeing —usually used in plural the sights of the city. b : something ludicrous or disorderly in appearance you look a sight.