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Combat Sport Psychology Study

    Thu, 2011-08-04 09:28 — Son of Thunder

    Hello all.
     
    I am recruiting combat athletes, both professional and amateur, to participate in a brief study on the psychology of competition.  I want to know about emotional intensity and optimal performance, so I will be asking questions about how you felt immediately before your best performance ever.  If you are willing to participate, please click on the link below.  If you have any questions or concerns, my email address is chackney@briercrest.ca.
     
    https://spreadsheets.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?formkey=dFBLYjQ2WFBTd0J2cEp5MDY5bXVLb1E6MQ
     
    Thank you.
     
    Charles H. Hackney, Ph.D.
    Associate Professor of Psychology
    Briercrest College and Seminary
    510 College Drive
    Caronport, SK  S0H 0S0
    (306) 756-3263

    hectorramirez12380's picture

    I don't know more about this

    I don't know more about this topic.I can give you just little bit information.
    A great deal of the literature on the relationship between anxiety and performance has come from a cognitive-behavioral perspective.
     Included is a discussion of winning and the anxiety of separation from an object relations perspective, the dread of success, self psychology, Freudian instinct theory, and the secondary gain that is found in defeat. And the URL is shown below

     

    Thankyou.
     

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    A big thanks to those of you

    A big thanks to those of you who have been participating!  Keep it up, people!

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