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Psychosocial Intervention Strategies to Help Athletes Return to Competitive Athletics
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This paper explores the psychosocial concerns that injured athletes experience and their consequences by focusing on some of the intervention strategies instituted to mitigate the uncertainties. Research in this area is still in its infancy.… This paper illustrates that sport injury is one of the noteworthy causes of stress that has touching, cognitive and…
Examining important psychological factors in improving the rehabilitation process following athletic injury
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As the study of psychological development has taken place vastly in the last 50 years, scholars have also developed the increasing importance of psychological intervention in sports rehabilitation. The recent studies show that psychological factors are used efficiently in the… Athletes are usually considered to be physically strong people who are healthy and…
Sport Psychology
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Sport psychologists by virtue of their multi-level specialization in the entire arena of sports performance, while being predominantly engaged in the three principal tasks of research, education and application at the macro level, are however required to delve deeper at the… It attempts to deal with the modus operandi for analysis of an athlete’s sport and the…
How does the psychology of college athletes effect their recovery from injuries
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Injuries are particularly common among college athletes because they may experience more pressure to impress talent scouts for more… When a college athlete dedicates a lot of time and training to a particular sport, he or she essentially builds a personal identity around the said sport. Refraining from taking part in the sport, even if for a few days or weeks,…
Sport Psychological: An Integrated Approach to Issues Related to Injury in Athletes and their Responses to Cognitive Behavioral Intervention
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Examples of psychological skills include positive self talk, mental imagery and goal setting (Singh, 2005). These are only individualized depending on the condition at hand. According to… Thus, to get a clear picture in this topic one should study the different theories that explain human behavior. The four psychological skills in sports psychology, understand…
Sport Pyschology - Strategies
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The interdisciplinary approach explores how psychological factors influence performance, as well as how participation in sport and exercise impact on psychological and physical factors. The… The common areas of study of sports science include personality, coaching, youth sport, team dynamics, and evolutionary perspectives. One of the prime areas of study…
Sport Pyschology - Strategies
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Sport Pyschology - Strategies. Author Institution Abstract Sport psychology draws heavily from the disciplines of kinesiology and psychology. The interdisciplinary approach explores how psychological factors influence performance, as well as how participation in sport and exercise impact on psychological and physical factors.… Sport Psychology - Strategies.…
Athlete psychology 2
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Drawing on the relevant research literature, critically discuss the relative merits of various psycho-social intervention strategies to help athletes expedite their re-entry into competitive sport. Sports based injury rehabilitation has evolved over the decades.… Common factors are generally identified for rehabilitation in nearly all of the models in use but…
Psychology of College Athletes effect their Recovery from Injury
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Injuries are particularly common among college athletes because they may experience more pressure to impress talent scouts for more celebrated… When a college athlete dedicates a lot of time and training to a particular sport, he or she essentially builds a personal identity around the said sport. Refraining from taking part in the sport, even if for a few…
Measuring Co-Players Support in Injury Rehabilitation
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Running Head: MEASURING CO-PLAYERS SUPPORT Measuring Co-Players Support in Injury Rehabilitation [Name] [University] Abstract The aim of the present investigation was to develop and assess the reliability of a co-player Support Instrument. Following a comprehensive review of the social support and psychology of injury literature, five dimensions of social support were identified, including: emotional, informational, tangible (instrumental), motivational, and identity support.…
Sport Psychology
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This affects their ability to consistently participate in the sport and achieve their dreams and full potential, a situation that affects… Sports injury is common in different sports and athletic events across the world and these affect the performance of the sports individuals. Self-esteem and other psychological factors like stress are also associated with…
The Use of Self Talk by Injured Athletes
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This research had the objective of reviewing literature concerned with the use of psychological and emotional measures and their effect on the healing process during a sport-related injury. It was also concerned with the study of six professional or semi-professional athletes of the male gender who played for rugby or football teams in the England and South Wales areas of the United Kingdom.…
Coach-athlete Relationship in Soccer
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Behind every successful sportsperson are three possessions. Hard work, dedication and will to succeed and behind these three factors is the effort carried by his coach. Therefore the thing that counts is the endeavour of athlete's coach escorting him/her to the thresholds of success.… Whether a boy athlete or a girl, every individual sportsperson enjoys a…
Case study report psychological needs of a subject
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To begin with we should clear up what is the case study itself. Case study is written summary of real-life situations which are confirmed by a research. It doesn't include any fixed type of evidence and any specific method of data collection. A case study works due to in-depth and thorough examination of a given example or event.… So in general we could…
Sport Psychology - An assessment of the roles and effects of intrinsic and extrinsic motivation in sport
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An assessment of the roles and effects of intrinsic and extrinsic motivation in sport BY YOU YOUR SCHOOL INFO HERE DATE HERE Some sports participants are driven to remain dedicated to their favourite sport activity in order to receive accolades from the social environment, achieve prominence through the receipt of awards and media recognition, or for the monetary rewards available for victors of competitive sports.…
Sports medicine/science
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However, the training methods and requirements will vary. The training principles of a marathon runner will differ from that of a sprint runner. A knowledge of the… e, which draws upon basic and applied biomedical, and clinical science to ensure the prevention, diagnosis and management of sports and exercise related clinical problems. This discipline is…
Case Study
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Over the previous two decades, there has been significant accumulation of scientific data regarding basketball physiology and medicine (Drinkwater, Pyne & McKenna, 2008; Ostojic, Mazic & Dikic, 2006). In recent… l has been classified by majority of sport investigators as a game sport, which depends on ‘adenosine triphosphate-phosphocreatine system’ and ‘lactic…
Sports psychology essay
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It is generally recognized that a coach can motivate the athletes to perform beyond their expectations and even abilities. 'Yes', this stands correct in every context of the concept. The reasons for this though are manifold but the crux of it is very simple; the science of sport is achievement based, wherein an individual yearns and endeavors to produce some results.…
Homeostasis
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Human physiology entails the scientific investigation into the nature of biochemical, physical and mechanical functioning of humans, their cells and organs, and how they keep the human body alive (Giannetti, Burton & Donovan 343). Physiology has its principle focus at the… This paper will discuss four ways human physiology responds to athletic training from…
Mental Toughness
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There is much information that needs to be discussed and examined when it comes to the term 'mental toughness', and in order to understand this term and how it relates to the teachings of sports psychologists, and to how athletes themselves understand the meaning of the term and how this thus results in affecting their chosen sport discipline, we have to analyze this information, such as what sports psychology is in particular and what the actual meaning is behind the term mental toughness, as well as all of the other key and related issues that are influential in this regards.…
The advanced practice of strength and conditioning
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Component No.: One  Title: Short-Term Training Programme  Format: Coursework  Word count: 3,000 words  Introduction Athletic training increases an athlete’s endurance and physical strength*, which enables them to break records and compete more effectively.… A good training programme will also increase the athlete’s resilience, help prevent injuries, and can…
The advanced practice of strength and conditioning
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Athletic training increases an athlete’s endurance and physical strength, which enables them to break records and compete more effectively. However, this is dependent upon the macro-, meso-, and micro-cyclic training offered, which must coincide with the needs of the athlete.… A good training programme will also increase the athlete’s resilience, help prevent…
Competitive Anxiety
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Anxiety, a persistent and inherent feature of competitive sport, consists of time-limited and short-term events (e.g., making an error or receiving a penalty from the official during the contest) can unfavorably affect performance. Typical responses to stressful events include over-arousal, heightened anxiety, muscular tension, emotional turmoil, and slower, less accurate decision-making (Anshel, 1995).…
ANXIETY EFFECTS ON PENALTY TAKING IN RUGBY
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Anxiety, a persistent and inherent feature of competitive sport, consists of time-limited and short-term events (e.g., making an error or receiving a penalty from the official during the contest) can unfavorably affect performance. Typical responses to stressful events include… is a research of anxiety in rugby sports that discusses the importance of proper…
Psychologicl Fctors nd Sport Performnce
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The purpose of this review is to define physiologicl indices of sports performnce, exmine psychologicl fctors involved with sports, nd suggest corrective lterntives for coches to void sports performnce filures. The body of literture which ddresses sports performnce is primrily been physiologicl.… This paper includes discussion of two articles on the effect of…
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