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THE COACH AND HIS PERSONALITY
THE ATHLETE WHO RESISTS COACHING
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able accept aggressive anger angry anxiety appear asked athlete feels athlete's attempt attitude avoid aware basic become behaviour cause child coach compete competition con-man concern continually contribution deal depression depression-prone athlete develop discussed effect emotional Etiology event example exhibit experience express extremely fact failure father fear felt frequently guilt handling hostile hurt hyper-anxious important individual injured athlete injury injury-prone athlete insight instances losing malingerer malingering means mother motivation negative never opponent outstanding pain parents particular pattern Payton Jordan performance person physical possible potential practice present problem athletes programme psychological Psychotherapy punishment reaction reason rejection responsibility result reward role seems self-concept self-punishment sensitive shot put simply situation sport subtle success phobia success-phobic team mates team members team-mates technique tendency things track and field traits type of athlete uncon unconscious usually winning withdrawn athlete young athlete