Written in English
|Statement||by Christy Ann Greenleaf|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 104 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||104|
Lang’s (, ) bio-informational theory points to a potential mechanism of how MTMR (employing the SDA-M method) may lead to performance improvements. By emphasizing specific movement phases during motor imagery training, access or retrieval of response and meaning proposition might be facilitated and, thereby, help to improve the Cited by: Sport psychology mental training is only important if you're trying to get out of a slump Working with a sport psychology expert should only be a last resort. when everything else fails. An athlete is a head case if s/he needs to see a sport psychologist Sport psychology is only for elite athletes. Imagery ability is “an individual’s capability of forming vivid, controllable imagery and The bio-informational theory assumes that a mental image is stored in long-term memory as an organized set of stimulus propositions linked to response propositions. For example, although the . Interrelations of Imagery Use, Imagery Ability, and Performance in Young Athletes Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Applied Sport Psychology 17(1) January with 2, Reads.
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