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Title: Imagery intervention: a sport performance perspective
Researcher: Singh, Narinder
Guide(s): Sharma, Vandana
Upload Date: 19-May-2011
University: Punjabi University
Completed Date: March, 2010
Abstract: Recent times, sport have been going further from the physical aspect to the mental or psychological aspect of competing and there is growing realization that peak performance in sport can only be achieved through taking help from those psychological techniques which enhance players' psychological strength. Mental imagery is a kind of psychological technique where senses are involved to create sensory experiences in the mind in the absence of the actual physical activity so as to closely resemble the actual movement. It plays a vital role in producing positive states of mind which in turn help the athlete in delivering optimal level of performance. The present research designed mental imagery package aiming at enhancing flow state, intrinsic motivation, concentration, sport confidence, and ultimately the performance of the hockey and football players.
Pagination: 173p.
Appears in Departments:Department of Psychology

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