Essential Processes for Attaining Peak Performance
Dieter Hackfort, Gershon Tenenbaum
Meyer & Meyer Verlag, 2006 - Sports & Recreation - 220 pages
Essential Processes for Attaining Peak Performance addresses a topic of fundamental relevance to the field of sport and exercise psychology: expert athletic performance. Recent progress in Developmental Psychology, Social Psychology, and Biological Psychology, as well as contributions from areas such as expertise, rationality and creativity, ......
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