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Psychological considerations in Maximizing sport performance

Psychological considerations in Maximizing sport performance

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Published by University of Virginia, Department of Health and Physical Education in Charlottesville .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementeditors : Linda K. Bunker [and] Robert J. Rotella.
ContributionsBunker, Linda K., Rotella, Robert J.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14185209M

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Chapters 2–9 cover the essential topics in sport psychology; personality and sport, attitudes to sport, aggression and sport, social factors affecting performance, arousal and anxiety, motivation, and the acquisition of skill and expertise. Throughout the book, I have .   Prime Performance System. Let me begin by saying that there are many sport psychology consultants and mental coaches out there with varying degrees of education, training, and experience. Though I.

The job of a sport psychologist in football is to help you become a more complete player on and off the pitch. Not only can a football sport psychologist help you with the strategies and mental skills to perform to your very best while playing, but they can also help you prepare better off the pitch by helping you become a student of the game. The psychology of human performance, which includes the domains of sport and other performance areas such as dance and music, offers a unique and complex environment in which to engage in ethical practice. Regardless of what “type” of psychology the practitioner is providing, the American Psychological Association's General Principles and Ethics Code guides the psychologist and .


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