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A self-talk intervention program for enhancing figure skating performance
Written in English
|Statement||by Elise M. Handschin.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 125 leaves|
|Number of Pages||125|
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A self-talk intervention program for enhancing figure skating performance by Elise M. Handschin. GV PSY MFICHE The psychobiological profile of. In this article, we present a meta-analytic review of the effects of self-talk interventions on task performance in sport and possible factors that may moderate the effectiveness of self-talk.
Elise M. Handschin has written: 'A self-talk intervention program for enhancing figure skating performance' -- subject(s): Psychological aspects, Psychological aspects of Skating, Self-efficacy.
Sport Psychological Interventions in Competitive Sports xi psychological support presented in chapter 1. Sometimes psychological interventions may consist of aiding clients in understanding their problem situation and finding solutions themselves.
Chapter 8 presents impact interventions, including clinical hypnosis, which have proven to be. A prominent feature of behavior-analytic research has been the use of single-subject designs.
We examined sport psychology journals and behavioral journals published during the past 30 years, and located 40 studies using single-subject designs to assess interventions for enhancing the performance of athletes and coaches. In this paper, we summarize that body of research, discuss its Cited by: e sport psychology community over how best to deliver the MST tools and skills necessary for optimal sport performance.
Mental training consultants and intervention researchers have recently suggested that periodization of mental training may be the next major leap forward in applied sport psychology program delivery. This new method of “training the mind” is presented and discussed.
Abstract This investigation had two purposes: (a) to identify and describe the coping strategies used by national champion figure skaters and (b) to examine the relationship between coping strategies and particular stress sources.
Participants were 17 of 20 (85 %) Senior U.S. National Champion figure skaters who won titles between and, Cited by: -Effective for sports such as gymnastics, diving, synchronized swimming, and figure skating -Practice the complete competitive routine in the same uniform one would wear during competition -Conduct frequently after athletes have mastered a new skill and are practicing for the whole routine.
An optimal psychologic state for peak athletic performance is strongly documented in the sport psychology literature. A wealth of peer-reviewed studies also strongly supports the role that mental skills training (MST) plays in the development of this state.
However, some disagreement exists in the sport psychology community over how best to deliver the MST tools and skills necessary for Cited by: 5. The Nine Mental Skills of Successful Athletes instrument (English and French versions) is used to assess an athlete’s current proficiency in each of the nine mental skills.
It is a item, self-assessment questionnaire in which the athlete, after reading each item, is asked to. Use positive self-talk and imagery to avoid self-dialogues focusing on relapse. Identify situations that put you at risk, and attempt to avoid or plan for these settings.
Do not view a temporary relapse as catastrophic since this undermines confidence and willpower (e.g., if you didn't exercise for a week, you are not a total failure; just.
Discussion This paper presents cognitive and behavioral assessment and intervention pro- cedures applied during a seasonal psychological skills training program for young competitive figure skaters.
Although most of the program components were grounded in empirical research, future research is needed to empirically evaluate the total by: The CONFIDENT ATHLETE was perfect.“* ~Wanda, Sports Parent “I Liked the Format and Ease of the Program” “I enjoyed ‘The Confident Athlete’ very much.
I particularly liked the format, the ease of the program, and the 2 CDs that accompanied the workbook – minutes a day was simple to adhere to and put in my busy schedule. Sport is a microcosm of society. That is, what we see in society, we will likely see in sport, including body image issues.
Unfortunately, those issues tend to be more complex and conflicted for athletes, especially female athletes, than for the general population. Self-talk has been widely endorsed as a performance enhancement tool in the sport psychology literature.
Implementing self-talk interventions successfully, however, requires some understanding of how, when, why, and for whom self-talk interventions are likely to be by: 7. Unlike other countries which often have national training centers for elite sports preparation, the primary development pools leading to most world-class and professional competition in the United States are the collegiate athletic programs and private sports clubs such.
Forty-one (41) patients with PD were randomly assigned to a power training (PWT) intervention, a high-speed yoga program, or a non-exercise control group. The yoga group practiced for one hour, twice per week for 12 weeks, and participants held a static pose for one breath before quickly transitioning to the subsequent poses in the series.
Most performance sports benefit from competent self-talk because they require skills like moderating focus, reacting quickly to new information, or managing emotions. Since League of Legends is also a team game, self-talk has applications for improving team skills like communication, leadership, cohesion and team confidence or momentum.
Yes, music can enhance athletic performance! Time to open up your ears, let me show you. Is music a performance-enhancing drug? The world-leading researcher on music for performance, Dr. Costas Karageorghis, who has authored over studies, says that one can think of music as “a type of legal performance-enhancing drug.”.The effect of an imagery training program on imagery ability, imagery use, and figure skating performance.
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