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By Dave Collins; Angela Abbott; Hugh Richards

Functionality Psychology: A Practitioner's consultant is a complete, evidence-based textual content masking the main elements of functionality tradition: performer improvement, education, education and execution. Written by way of a staff of foreign members, together with nationwide coaches, education experts, utilized activities psychologists, clinicians and researchers, and development on robust hyperlinks among idea and perform, the book Read more...

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44 Introduction It has long been acknowledged that practice is an important ingredient in obtaining expertise in sports. However, there has been debate concerning the importance of this variable and whether practice is both a necessary and a sufficient ingredient. There has been a tendency for researchers, perhaps spurred on by practitioners, to devote their efforts to looking for predispositions or innate factors that serve to give the expert advantage. This has been at the expense of looking to the specifics of the practice environment.

38 Stage one: early years of sport involvement . . . . . . . Stage two – intermediate phase of athlete development . . . . . Stage three – expertise . . . . Stage four – masters involvement . . . 39 . . . 40 . . . 40 . . . 41 Summary, conclusions and implications for coaches and athletes . . . . . . . . 43 References . . . . . . . . . . . 44 Introduction It has long been acknowledged that practice is an important ingredient in obtaining expertise in sports.

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