Psychology - performance enhancement

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Cohen, R. 2014. Psychology - performance enhancement. in: Narvani, A., Thomas, P. and Lynn, B. (ed.) Key Clinical Topics in Sports and Exercise Medicine London, UK JP Medical Ltd.. pp. 239-241
Chapter titlePsychology - performance enhancement
AuthorsCohen, R.
Abstract

The book aims to provide professionals who work in sport ( e.g. GPs, physiotherapists, orthopaedic surgeons) a reference on sport and exercise medicine.
The chapter on performance enhancement looks at the benefits of sport psychology, interventions to enhance performance and the value of an integrated approach.

Research GroupSports Psychology at the London Sport Institute
Page range239-241
Book titleKey Clinical Topics in Sports and Exercise Medicine
EditorsNarvani, A., Thomas, P. and Lynn, B.
PublisherJP Medical Ltd.
Place of publicationLondon, UK
ISBN
Hardcover9781907816635
Publication dates
PrintMay 2014
Publication process dates
Deposited05 May 2015
Output statusPublished
Web address (URL)http://www.jpmedpub.com/bookdetails.aspx?SearchTxt=9781907816635&OBookID=2032
LanguageEnglish
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