Essential Processes for Attaining Peak Performance
Dieter Hackfort, Gershon Tenenbaum
Meyer & Meyer Sport, 2006 - Sports & Recreation - 220 pages
This volume reflects state of the art and controversial discussions on the topic of athletic expertise based on a particular theoretical point of view or empirical research. It exposes the reader to different perspectives and allows the reader to consider a variety of sub-domains within the topic of sport expertise. Thus, this volume contributes updated knowledge, a more holistic perspective on this body of knowledge, and a comprehensive understanding of the topic of athletic expertise.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
A Conceptual Framework and Fundamental
The Roles of Nature and Nurture in Expertise in Sport
6 other sections not shown
Other editions - View all
achievement striving ACTH action control adaptive anxiety athlete's athletic performance B. S. Bloom Bar-Eli Beckmann behavior bradycardia burnout cardiorespiratory fitness cardiovascular catecholamines Champaign characteristics cognitive competition concept concern about mistakes context cortisol Cote creativity debilitating deliberate play deliberate practice development of expertise developmental Dick Fosbury Dishman Durand-Bush early effects Elbe environment environmental Ericsson Exercise Psychology exercise training expert coaches expert performance expertise in sport factors Flett Fosbury Fosbury flop genetic goals gymnastics Hackfort Hewitt Human Kinetics increased individuals influence interaction involvement Journal of Sport Kuhl levels Lubart mental optimal orientation outcomes parents peak performance perceived perfectionism perfectionists personality perspective physical activity physiological players role Salmela Schorndorf self-efficacy skills soccer specific sport expertise Sport Journal sport participation sport performance sport psychology Sport Science Sports and Exercise Sports Medicine stress responses stressors studies task theory VO2 max volitional young athletes young elite athletes