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  • Organization: Washington State University
  • Position: Undergraduate in Psychology

Oliver Billon olieeyyy Undergraduate in Psychology Washington State University 5th year senior Psychology Major at WSU | Part of the PT/OT Club at WSU

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  • Organization: Seattle University
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Kevin Tongg KTongg Psychology Seattle University

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  • Organization: Bemidji State University
  • Position: Undergrad in Psychology and Philosophy

Joshua Knieff Shua Undergrad in Psychology and Philosophy Bemidji State University

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  • Organization: Bastyr
  • Position: Health Psychology

Holly Wilson Holly Health Psychology Bastyr

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  • Organization: Bastyr University
  • Position: Undergrad / Health Psychology

Michele Morris michie2391 Undergrad / Health Psychology Bastyr University

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  • Organization: Bastyr university
  • Position: Undergrad health psychology

Yaovalack Souvannasao Yava Undergrad health psychology Bastyr university

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kayla gingerich kgingerich undergrad in health psychology bastyr university

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  • Organization: Bastyr University
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LaChelle Singleton lalasing Health Psych/Biology Bastyr University I am a Psychology/ Human Biology student working towards my life purpose. I am a small part in this huge world and would like to... more »LaChelle Singleton lalasing Health Psych/Biology Bastyr University I am a Psychology/ Human Biology student working towards my life purpose. I am a small part in this huge world and would like to experience it raw and uncut because it's the best way to learn Continuous progress is a must...

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  • Organization: Bastyr University
  • Position: Health Psychology

Julianna Goodloe juligoodloe Health Psychology Bastyr University

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  • Organization: Bastyr University
  • Position: Health Psychology program coordinator

Eileen Newsom sharka Health Psychology program coordinator Bastyr University

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  • Organization: Bastyr University
  • Position: Professor of Psychology

Naomi Lester Biopsychosocial Professor of Psychology Bastyr University

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  • Organization: Bastyr University
  • Position: Psychology

Daniel Henderson dann026 Psychology Bastyr University

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  • Organization: Walden University
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Maria Estrada mestrada Undergraduate Walden University My name is Maria. I love to work with people help them, and learn from them especially with teenagers. I'm doing a Bachelor degree in Human... more »Maria Estrada mestrada Undergraduate Walden University My name is Maria. I love to work with people help them, and learn from them especially with teenagers. I'm doing a Bachelor degree in Human Resources with a concentration in Psychology. I have 5 years’ experience with drugs and alcohol (voluntary) in the church that I go and 7 years in public schools. I am working as a bilingual counseling assistant. I am originally from Puerto Rico but, am a resident in Philadelphia. I know and feel that hard work pays off in the long run. I am in my last two classes. I thank God humbly for my existence and strengths with striving to achieve an education.

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  • Organization: Walden University
  • Position: Psychology

Laurie A Couillard Laurie24 Psychology Walden University

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  • Organization: walden university
  • Position: undergrad in psychology

kelly mannix kelly undergrad in psychology walden university Starting MS program in mental health counseling on 12/02/13.

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  • Organization: Bastyr University
  • Position: Adjunct Psychology

Kate Lund KLund Adjunct Psychology Bastyr University

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  • Organization: Nebraska Wesleyan University
  • Position: Professor of Psychology

MaryBeth Ahlum mbahlum Professor of Psychology Nebraska Wesleyan University

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  • Organization: Grand Canyon University
  • Position: Industrial Organizational Psychology

Jackie Harris jdh5225 Industrial Organizational Psychology Grand Canyon University

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  • Organization: Seattle University
  • Position: Undergrad in Psychology

Christian Klein chrisklein88 Undergrad in Psychology Seattle University

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  • Organization: Walden University
  • Position: Undergraduate Student of Applied Psychology

Crystal Payne enigma85 Undergraduate Student of Applied Psychology Walden University

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  • Organization: St. Edward's University
  • Position: Assistant Professor of Psychology

Kelly Green kellygreen Assistant Professor of Psychology St. Edward's University

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  • Organization: American Public University
  • Position: Graduate student in Nutrition and Sports Psychology

Oliver Herazo Oliver Graduate student in Nutrition and Sports Psychology American Public University

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  • Organization: University of Maryland Baltimore County
  • Position: Senior Lecturer, Psychology

Eileen OBrien eobrien Senior Lecturer, Psychology University of Maryland Baltimore County

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  • Organization: Saint Edward's University
  • Position: Undergrad in Psychology

Nicole Madden cmadden Undergrad in Psychology Saint Edward's University Intern at the Texas Youth and Runaway Hotline

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  • Organization: St. Edward's University
  • Position: Undergrad in Clinical Psychology

Esperanza J. Garibay EsperanzaJ Undergrad in Clinical Psychology St. Edward's University

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  • Organization: St. Edward's University
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Melina Vazquez melinavazquez Undergrad in Psychology St. Edward's University

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  • Organization: St. Edward's University
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Anna Foster afoster4 Undergraduate in Psychology St. Edward's University

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  • Organization: St. Edward's University
  • Position: Undergraduate Psychology with a Behavioral Neuroscience Concentration

Audrey Acevedo audreyacevedo Undergraduate Psychology with a Behavioral Neuroscience Concentration St. Edward's University

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  • Organization: St. Edward's University
  • Position: Undergraduate in Psychology

Hannah Steffan hsteffa Undergraduate in Psychology St. Edward's University

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  • Organization: APU
  • Position: Graduate Student Sport and Exercise Psychology

David Poggensee poggensee Graduate Student Sport and Exercise Psychology APU

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  • Organization: Washington State University
  • Position: Undergraduate Studying Kinesiology and Psychology

Tamara Allard tamaraallard Undergraduate Studying Kinesiology and Psychology Washington State University Physical Education and Kinesiology Club President Kinesiology 262 (Human Anatomy) Teaching Assistant

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  • Organization: St. Edward's University
  • Position: Undergraduate Psychology

Bianca Hernandez biancabarbara Undergraduate Psychology St. Edward's University

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  • Organization: St. Edward's University
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Brooke Buckley bbuckle Undergrad in Psychology St. Edward's University

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  • Organization: St. Edward's Uniersity
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Kaitlin Burke kburke Undergrad in Psychology St. Edward's Uniersity

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  • Organization: St. Edward's University
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Andrea Garrigos agarrig3 Undergrad in Psychology St. Edward's University

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  • Organization: St. Edward's Unversity
  • Position: Undergrad in Psychology

Amberlyn Herrera aherrer5 Undergrad in Psychology St. Edward's Unversity

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  • Organization: St. Edward's University
  • Position: Undergrad in Psychology

Noor Lino nlino Undergrad in Psychology St. Edward's University

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  • Organization: St. Edward's Univeristy
  • Position: Undergrad in Psychology

Maria Medellin mmedellin95 Undergrad in Psychology St. Edward's Univeristy

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  • Organization: St. Edwards University
  • Position: Undergrad in Psychology

Xavier Marmolejo xman5025 Undergrad in Psychology St. Edwards University

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  • Organization: St. Edward's University
  • Position: Undergraduate: Psychology with Behavioral Neuroscience concentration

Mayra Ortega mortega1 Undergraduate: Psychology with Behavioral Neuroscience concentration St. Edward's University

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The world of psychology is in a time of change. Positive psychology, life coaching and the psychology associated with it. Let's the discuss the human mind.

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Social psychology is the scientific study of social thinking (how we perceive ourselves and others, what we believe, judgments we make, our attitudes), social influence (culture, pressures to confo...

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Various articles and vids I enjoyed on the topic of sports psychology

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Interesting read on Self Determination Theory plays a role in sports psychology and psychology in general.

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This is a shelf for the course PS4112: Creating Wellness. This is a required course for all Health Psychology undergraduate students at Bastyr University.

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Week 3 Psychological health

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This may be the longest video I post, it is a recorded lecture of a health and psychology class. It seems that for this college, the ideas we are learning about this week is full Psychology course ...

Future of Sports Science- Sports Psychology

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for most students in a sports science related field it is reasonable to have been introduced to sports psychology as a sub-field during their program. The American Psychology Association released t...

Future of Sports Science- Sports Psychology

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for most students in a sports science related field it is reasonable to have been introduced to sports psychology as a sub-field during their program. The American Psychology Association released t...

Importance of Sports Psychology

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As the last video for the quarter, I wanted to post this one, since it describes the importance of sports psychology. Before I came to the US, I haven’t heard of sports psychology at all. When I to...

Sports Psychology

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I liked this video on sports psychology and I thought I'd share it. It gives a good definition of sports psychology and the presenter covers various sports, approaches to sport and asks the questio...

Sports Psychology

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I liked this video on sports psychology and I thought I'd share it. It gives a good definition of sports psychology and the presenter covers various sports, approaches to sport and asks the questio...

Health Psychology Promotes Wellness (Week 8)

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This week we studied psychology and healthy behaviors. This article examines the crossroads of the two. It also explains how we understand health psychology, and shows an applied version of health ...

Sport Psychology

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Sport Psychology is a rapidly growing field in Exercise Science. We discussed Sport Psychology in class and this video gives a good explanation and overview of the field and how it applies to athl...

Sports Psychology: What is Self-Confidence in Sports?

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Week 3: Dr. Patrick Cohn, Sports Psychology Expert, explains what self-confidence is and the role of sports psychology in achieving self-confidence.

Week 2 Applied Health and Psychology

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This video was horrendous in quality, however it had good content. We learn about these health problems and psychological problems but we don't really know how they are applied. It's good to think ...

Is Sports Psychology The Missing Ingredient Or Is There More?

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Coaches, parents and athletes around the world, are really coming around to the idea of the importance of mental training in sports. Learning basic sports psychology tools and hiring sports psychol...

Motor learning (conscious and non-conscious) in sport & other activities | Prof Rich Masters, HKU

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Professor Rich Masters, Director of the Institute for Human Performance at the University of Hong Kong, one of the world's leading experts on the psychology of human movement -- especially motor sk...

Sport Psychologists and the History of Sport Psychology

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This article touches on the father of sport psychology and goes on to discuss the importance and some specific issues sport psychology helps to work through.

Sport psychology - inside the mind of champion athletes: Martin Hagger at TEDxPerth

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Martin Hagger is Professor of Psychology at Curtin University. His areas of expertise are social, health, sport and exercise psychology. He is involved in numerous research projects nationally and ...

Is Sports Psychology The Missing Ingredient Or Is There More?

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Coaches, parents and athletes around the world, are really coming around to the idea of the importance of mental training in sports. Learning basic sports psychology tools and hiring sports psychol...

Olympics 2012 - The Importance of Sports Psychology

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Tom Bates talks about the importance of sports psychology and he mentions the topics in this week's discussion, emphasizing the importance of sports psychology in sports. Performance is not only a...

Sport psychology - inside the mind of champion athletes: Martin Hagger at TEDxPerth

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Martin Hagger is Professor of Psychology at Curtin University. His areas of expertise are social, health, sport and exercise psychology. He is involved in numerous research projects nationally and ...

Sport Psychology

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Sport Psychology is a rapidly growing field in Exercise Science. We discussed Sport Psychology in class and this video gives a good explanation and overview of the field and how it applies to athl...

Is Sports Psychology The Missing Ingredient Or Is There More?

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Coaches, parents and athletes around the world, are really coming around to the idea of the importance of mental training in sports. Learning basic sports psychology tools and hiring sports psychol...

Is Sports Psychology The Missing Ingredient Or Is There More?

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Coaches, parents and athletes around the world, are really coming around to the idea of the importance of mental training in sports. Learning basic sports psychology tools and hiring sports psychol...

The Sport In Mind – Sport Psychology - Sport Psychology

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Pretty comprehensive site!

Executive Functions Predict the Success of Top-Soccer Players

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Sport and Psychology have since the early 1920s been connected in a joint research area [1]. The focus for Sport Psychology has mainly been to understand and develop the performances among athletes...

Executive Functions Predict the Success of Top-Soccer Players

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Sport and Psychology have since the early 1920s been connected in a joint research area [1]. The focus for Sport Psychology has mainly been to understand and develop the performances among athletes...

Sports Psychology in School?

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The primary aim of this investigation was to determine whether the application of Sport Psychology in the coaching of school sport is a necessity or a luxury.

Executive Functions Predict the Success of Top-Soccer Players

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Sport and Psychology have since the early 1920s been connected in a joint research area [1]. The focus for Sport Psychology has mainly been to understand and develop the performances among athletes...

Executive Functions Predict the Success of Top-Soccer Players

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Sport and Psychology have since the early 1920s been connected in a joint research area [1]. The focus for Sport Psychology has mainly been to understand and develop the performances among athletes...

How can you increase your positivity? - The Sport In Mind – Sport Psychology

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Applying the field of positive psychology to the sports world!

Executive Functions Predict the Success of Top-Soccer Players

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Sport and Psychology have since the early 1920s been connected in a joint research area [1]. The focus for Sport Psychology has mainly been to understand and develop the performances among athletes...

How can you increase your positivity? - The Sport In Mind – Sport Psychology

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Applying the field of positive psychology to the sports world!

Is your smart phone making you lonely?

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Published on Apr 3, 2013 As the cell phone turns 40 years old, you might think that the technology has brought people closer together, but new research shows it can leave us feeling disconne...

Discovering Psychology: The Power of the Situation

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In the early 1970s, Craig Haney, Curt Banks, Carlo Prescott, and Philip Zimbardo conducted a landmark situational study at Stanford University. The experiment tested the fundamental attribution err...

The Brain: A Secret History

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In a compelling and at times disturbing series, Dr Michael Mosley explores the brutal history of experimental psychology. Mosley embarks on three journeys to understand science's last great fronti...

Sports Psychology Tools

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This site provides tools to help in specific areas within the Sports Psychology field.

The Association for Applied Sport Psychology

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This website offers information for athletes, coaches, parents, and current and prospective sport psychologists. They offer a certification course and publish in several noted sport psychology jou...

The Validity and Utility of Selection Methods in Personnel Psychology: Practical and Theoretical Implications of 85 Years of Research Findings

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The Validity and Utility of Selection Methods in Personnel Psychology: Practical and Theoretical Implications of 85 Years of Research Findings

Sports Psychology Education for Athletes

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Good site to send your athletes so they can do a little research (and perhaps drink the sports psychology Kool-Aid). The articles available here help direct turning undesirable characteristic into...

How can you increase your positivity? - The Sport In Mind – Sport Psychology

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Applying the field of positive psychology to the sports world!

Sports Psychology Education for Athletes

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Good site to send your athletes so they can do a little research (and perhaps drink the sports psychology Kool-Aid). The articles available here help direct turning undesirable characteristic into...

How can you increase your positivity? - The Sport In Mind – Sport Psychology

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Applying the field of positive psychology to the sports world!

Items Tagged with "Psychology"

Managing Stress: A Guide For College Students

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The Innovation of Loneliness

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The E. Coli Made Me Do It

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Randy Pausch Lecture: Time Management

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A lot of our stress comes from an inability to manage our time.

Gut Bacteria Might Guide The Workings Of Our Minds : Shots - Health News : NPR

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Definitely something going on here...

Is Freedom Just an Illusion?

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Peak Performance

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Strangers to Ourselves

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Fantastic read. Makes you question every choice you think you have!

Free Will

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Will definitely give you something to think about....or maybe it isn't "you" after all.

Inside the mind of a champion

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No. 1 sports motivation tip

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Food Psychology

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Puzzle of motivation

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Never Give Up

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Child Development

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Reach for the Summit

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Really simple but powerful and motivating read. Highly recommended.

Nature, Nurture and Human Development

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Along with genetic instincts, learned perceptions constitute the life-shaping subconscious mind. The conscious mind, which functions around age six, operates independently of the subconscious. Cons...

Biology of Belief- Bruce Lipton

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Great Leaders Inspire

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What makes a great leader? Debatable, perhaps.

Overdoing It in Youth Sports

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With the continued increase in the number of children and adolescents who participate in sports, pediatricians are likely to see more patients with sports- related injuries and to encounter parents...

“What Shapes Young Elite Athletes’ Perception

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Unrealistic optimism is a commonly observed bias in the perception of chances. In this paper, we examine whether the bias is also present among young elite soccer players (10 to 23 years old) who r...

Psychological Interventions With Athletes in Competitive

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Currently, sport psychologists utilize numerous interventions and techniques intended to enhance the performance of athletes in competition. It appears that, in general, educational relaxation-bas...

Experiential learning: experience as the source of learning and

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, learning is best conceived as a process of creating knowledge in which we are constantly gaining capacity for adaptation to the world through our experiences. Learning should not be conceived in ...

Cultural Competence — Marginal or Mainstream Movement?

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With the aim of providing physicians with the knowledge and skills to address “cross-cultural” challenges in clinical encounters, educational efforts in “cultural competence” have emerged.

Effect Of A Psychological Skills Training

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Research has shown that psychological skills training can be effective in enhancing athletes’ performance and positively influencing cognitive and affective states

Toward a Psychology of Positive Youth Development

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High rates of boredom, alienation, and disconnection from meaningful challenge are not signs of psychopathology, at least not in most cases, but rather signs of a deficiency in positive development.

Prediction of Stress Appraisals from Mastery,

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Several personality dimensions (mastery, extraversion, and neuroticism) and a new General Appraisal Measure were used to predict stress appraisals made by college students in specific situations. U...

Understanding stress

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. While stress is minimal, performance is also low. With increasing stress, performance increases until peak performance is reached under optimal stress, and thereafter performance decreases. Chara...

Goal-setting during injury rehabilitation

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. Goal-setting in competitive sports situations usually involves the coach and athlete working together as a team. The administrator has to identify appropriate goals for the player to work towards...

Can Self-Doubt Be Beneficial to Performance? Exploring the

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Ultimately, greater preparatory effort should lead to stronger competitive performance. Despite Bandura’s observa- tions of this process at work, no empirical studies have examined preparatory eff...

Hands on Banking

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PLOS ONE: The Mechanisms and Boundary Conditions of the Einstellung Effect in Chess: Evidence from Eye Movements

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This is pretty interesting. Although prior knowledge and experience can be helpful in problem solving, it can also get in the way of better ideas because we just can't seem to think around what we...

Me, Myself, and Why

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Pretty good and basic. Picked up a few nuggets.

OECD Better Life Index

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Consciousness Might Emerge from a Data Broadcast - Scientific American

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Interesting article talks about basically a global workspace where the brain processes both conscious and unconscious thought and then decides what needs to be distributed to the rest of the brain....

Look Up

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Ironically, this made the rounds on FB, repeatedly. Thirty-nine million views. Is it too late?

Dan Gilbert: The psychology of your future self | Talk Video | TED.com

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The only constant is change and it is very powerful.

The Luck Factor

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Looks like it comes down to 4 things: Creating and noticing opportunity Listening to intuition Creating self-fulfilling prophecies Adopting a resilient attitude

The Ways Food Tricks Our Brains - Atlantic Mobile

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It's all trickery!

Frontiers in Psychology

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Simon Sinek: Why Leaders Eat Last

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How Stress Can Clog Your Arteries

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WBC and CRP!

Religion | Psychology Today

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Epigenetic Transmission of the Impact of Early Stress Across Generations

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Wow, so I guess the question is now: if these genetic constructs dictate so much of "who we are" and "what we become" even "how we think" can we undo with practice and/or therapy what nature has o...

There Is No Now - The Nature of Reality

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Sphere of Now....I like it.

The Secret of Effective Motivation

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The issue is of course tapping into where intrinsic motivation originates. Is that a personality trait? A way of thinking? An ability to focus differently?

Danish DNA could be key to happiness

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For further info: http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/newsandevents/pressreleases/danish_dna_could

Bright Sided

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Really good book on what's wrong with our obsession to be "happy".

This Is the Equation for Happiness | TIME

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Expectations, expectations, expectations!

Your Body on Brain Doping | The Fit List | OutsideOnline.com

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What are the limits? Are they purely psychological? Perhaps?

Is Poverty Genetic? : Videos : Science Channel

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Very interesting and of course demonstrates the role poverty plays on brain development.

What Makes A Nation Happy? : Parallels : NPR

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Can Personality Be Changed?

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The Science of Depression

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New study throws into question long-held belief about depression | neuroscientistnews.com

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Very interesting and would explain why many individuals do not respond well to SSRI's.

Parasites Practicing Mind Control

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This is really becoming quite interesting....

Can Memories be Implanted and Removed?

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The Upside of Pessimism - The Atlantic

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History of Stress Theory

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▶ Stress, The Stress Response & the Nervous System - Part 1 - YouTube

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In this 28 minute video, Dr. Brad defines some basic terms and reviews ideas about how we think about and conceptualize

The key to success?

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A video describing grit.

What Motivates Athletes

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This article is all about motivation and how it is the key to success as an athlete. I like this article because it pertains to everyday life as well as the athletic world. They define motivation a...

Pete Carroll on Yelling at Players

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Pete Carroll responds to the question, "Do you ever yell in anger at players? Or is it more of an emphasizing raising of the voice? Only seen you yell at refs" (Ricky Ray).

Losing Is Good for You

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The New York Times' Ashley Merryman explains why losing is good for athletes participating in youth sports.

How do I use visualization?

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"Why We Watch"

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A google book. Pages 18-21 (where free preview ends) discusses theories about why humans are attracted to violent sports and the impact that participating (either as a viewer or athlete) has our ou...

Sports and Personality

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Psychodynamic Approach

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Suppressing emotions in endurance sports

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This article discusses the effect of suppressing emotions in endurance sports. The study found that individuals who suppressed emotions in order to focus on their competitive sport performed poorer...

Happiness and Its Discontents

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entrepreneurs

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We discussed arousal, stress, anxiety and self awareness of these emotions this week in class for optimal performance. Sometimes what stimulates one person doesn't stimulate others. This inspirat...

MIT Online Courses through OpenCourseWare

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"MIT OpenCourseWare (OCW) is a web-based publication of virtually all MIT course content. OCW is open and available to the world and is a permanent MIT activity. Through OCW, educators improve cour...

Stress and Anxiety

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This video defines stress and anxiety and a basic explanation of the inverted U-Hypothesis.

Drive Theory

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Many Faces of Stress

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Should a Gene Test Decide Which Sport Your Kid Should Play?

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This was an interesting read that I found while trying to find a correlation between sports and the type of people that play them. There are private companies offering parents a DNA-gene test to se...

How Stress Can Affect Athletic Performance: Listen Up, Tiger

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I think this article brings up a different point of view about stress and its effect on performance as well as the two different types of attention that cause stress. The author speaks of an extern...

The effects of stress

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Stress is not only tied into performance, but can affect a person in many other ways. Stress can affect someone's performance positively in certain situations, but usually causes more harm than go...

Cooperation vs Competition in Youth Sports

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Positive and Negative Reinforcement

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When one individual player starts to negatively impact a team as a whole.

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We discussed the importance of competition and cooperation this week. Percy Harvin hasn't exemplified attributes of either of these recently. In team sports like football you need good cooperatio...

Adrian Peterson Case Brings Corporal Punishment of Kids Front and Center

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An interesting article about spanking kids as punishment brought up by the Adrian Peterson case

Losing It: Rutgers Basketball Coach Mike Rice

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A video from about a year ago of Rutgers Coach Mike Rice physically and verbally abusing his players

Positive Coaching

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Grumpy People Get the Details Right -- Science of Us

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Pete Carroll USC Interview

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What Schizophrenia Can Teach Us About Ourselves — NOVA Next | PBS

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Interesting information here.

9 Qualities of the Servant Leader

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This is the type of leadership that I would do well under. I do believe that I would do well with some form of reinforcement that would make sure that i was on track towards the teams goal.

How Can a Lack of Cooperation Affect the Productivity in a Workplace?

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An interesting piece on how lack of cooperation is issue not only in sports but in the work place as well. It shows that sports could teach valuable skills that employers want.

The Problem With Positive Thinking

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I don't think there is anything wrong with positive thinking per se. But there is a difference between positive thinking and dreaming. Thinking positively can work if you understand you must have...

Leadership Development

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This article addresses roles of leadership that occurs in every sport and the responsibility of leaders of the team to adapt and make changes.

Effective communication

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This article touches on different channels of communication just as we discussed during class. However this article also uses examples of when it is appropriate to use each channel. Communication...

Losing our listening

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This video explains how people have too many distractions to listen efficiently and lists some ways to improve listening skills.

Top 10 Qualities That Make A Great Leader

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Interesting piece that describes the top ten characteristics that accompany a good leader.

What makes a good coach?

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A piece by BBC that looks at leadership from the coach's point of view. It goes on to say what is expected from the coach.

Self-Hypnosis in Sports

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Self-Hypnosis is a combination of visualization and relaxation resulting in a heightened awareness. Allowing an athlete to improve there performance through knowing them self better.

Ray Allen's Shooting Strategy

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This is a breakdown by Ray Allen of his shooting technique and how he asses his shots, make or miss.

An Antidote for Mindlessness

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This article goes beyond the beliefs of the idea that physical exercise improving an individuals well-being to say that mental exercise has an effect on improving well-being.

Exercise and Psychological Well Being

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Interesting article backed up by research to elaborate how well exercise helps on one's mental well being.

Well-Being Blog

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Exercise blog

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Sport and Exercise Psychology - Goal Setting

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The Goals That Guide Us

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This article is cool because it goes beyond the SMART goals and takes on the realistic components that will surface overtime.

Body's Bacteria May Keep Our Brains Healthy

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Depression May Be a Form of Adaptation

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You are not your body: Janine Shepherd at TEDxKC

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Amazingly motivational and inspiring.

Happy People Aren’t Always Great at Empathy -- Science of Us

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I knew all this "happiness" stuff was too good to be true...

Trigger for Stress Process Discovered in Brain

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Sexual History Evidence

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Talks about how men think that women always consent to sex and how a trial would go against men and women in a rape case.

Is it too Much for Kids?

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Rape and Stalking

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Gives good charts on the statistics of rape and rape of men vs. women.

Naturally Occurring Play Patterns in Groups of Latency Aged Children

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Kids like rules

Why do we rape, kill and sleep around?

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talks about the evolutionary reasons for rape.

Sex and Hormones

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Talks about the hormonal differences in men and women that control emotions and sex drive. (APA citation at bottom)

Fear and Anxiety

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Special effects in horror movies can be damaging to children.

Why This Psychologist Thinks Depression Is An Infectious Disease

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I don't see why not? There is ample evidence many of our diseases are fundamentally caused by pathogens.

Rivals are key component for performance

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Social Psychological and Personality Science release study discussing the importance of having a rival in regards to sports performance.

12 Signs You're Overtraining

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A nice articles by Men's Health that points out some not so obvious signs.

How To Combat CNS Overtraining

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You always associate overtraining with your muscular system but never your CNS. This article brings up some keys signs of CNS overtraining and how to help prevent it.

Physcological Effects of Dog Ownership (all types of depression)

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Results showed that women and single adults benefit the most from dog ownership./

Nirvana article

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...nirvana article

THE DOGS OF WAR: EBSCOhost

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Mental toll of war-how dogs may be the best solution and how they help in other situations too

Dogs, Depression, and Gender

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Dogs and depression and self-care how they coincide with each other.

DOGS OF WAR: EBSCOhost

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How dogs help veterans overcome the effects of PTSD and the transformation of one recipient

Psych into mental development in high school

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mental development of students a relation of how students deal with stress and why they do it

Dolphins effect of depression and the same for dogs

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Results show that dolphins help aid depression, and dogs can do the same thing.

people obsessed with the game

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about the canadian guy

monopoly killer

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talking about specifically the game and how popular it is

Anime influence

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explosion among youth of america

World at War: Understanding Conflict and Society - Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

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Symptoms of PTSD and percentages/studies of veterans with PTSD. First ideas of PTSD and recognizing it as a disease.

anime/cp interaction

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kids dress up to increase social interactoion

students make boardgames

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what the students thought was important were attributes of settlers of catan...interesting

"I need to try this"

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A statistical overview of Pinterest

Costs of antidepressants

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Shoiwing that antidepressants are to costly, so what to do after a cost can't be purchased.

PTSD sufferer finds solace in service dog: EBSCOhost

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Transformation of a vet with PTSD when receiving a service dogs(trained by Paws4people)

Youth social interaction

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youth get together and learn to be social over anime

What's the Point with Pinterest

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Battle Buddies preparing service dogs for veterans with PTSD: EBSCOhost

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Personal testimonies of ptsd vets and how the companionship of a dog helped them overcome the trauma of war.

Photoshop Article

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Costs of antidepressants

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Shoiwing that antidepressants are to costly, so what to do after a cost can't be purchased.

the pleasure of failure

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talking about people continuing to play because of hope for winning

the obsessioneers

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talking about why people like some popular games like candy crush and tetris

Article on anime aids

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about the use of anime as a teaching aid

The new kid in town

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The fastest-growing social network

Pinterest Mom

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Perfect life of Pinterest moms

Anime teaches kids to be critical thinkers

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backed by research

Police fight crime through pinterest

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Different ways Pinterest can be used.

Sound Therapy

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percieved impact of anime

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debunks myths about what it teaches children

research on the game pandemic

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going on about the thinking that goes on when people play games

The Psychology of a Marathon

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Although this article is mainly concerned with running a marathon, it also offers many great tips that can be helpful for all races considered long-distance. It contains suggestions of things to...

Changing Our DNA Through Meditation

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Related: Epigenetics

Child abuse mental and behavior effects

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Serial Killers: Relationships with victims

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Basic description of serial killers and their mind set.

Crime and Punishment

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Psychology of self control

Night Terrors

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How children are effected by fear and what leads to nightmares.

Horror Films and Reactive Attitudes

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Reactions and analysis of horror films

Media Effects

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Censorship and regulating what is being seen in horror films.

The Subject of Torture

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Analysis of popular horror film Hostel and the effects it had on it's American Audience.

Long term effects of child abuse

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Child Neglect

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Psychological Effects

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Childhood abuse effects during adulthood

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Effects on future relationships

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Priming for mental illnesses

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Understanding the effects of child abuse

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Cause and Effect

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Laughter really can be the best med.

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Nurses and Patients can get along much better through the use of humor.

use of clowns in hospital

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interviews of 12 children that are going through serious illness and are visited by clowns and are later interviewed about their feelings

gallows humor in medecine

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using gallows humor, which is humor in the face of desperate situation, in medicine for health benefits. This page was obtained through ebsco.

Rape (The Gale Encyclopedia of Psychology)

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Shows research done how many people know their victims. Gives the after effects of rape and how the victims often have mental disorders after. Talks mostly about women. Citation: Rape. (2001). ...

Why is sexual assault the most rapid growing crime in the nation

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Talks about the reason for growing numbers in sexual assault. Also why men do not often report sexual assault. Citation: Why sexual assault is the most rapidly growing crime in the nation. (1995...

Just why do men Rape?

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Talks about why men rape and the motivation behind it. Citation: Just Why Do Men Rape? (2000). The Sciences, 40(3), 3. Retrieved from http://go.galegroup.com/ps/i.do?id=GALE%7CA62402404&v=2.1&...

Vive La Difference! Sex and Brains

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Talks about the differences between men and women in the brain and the way they think about sex. Citation: Vive la difference! Sex and brains. (2013, December 7). The Economist, 409(8865), 81(US...

laughter for leg ulcers

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due to better circulation from laughter, it is a good treatment for patients with leg ulcers

Laughter-the best medecine?

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the exploration of how laughter is healthy and beneficial both psychologically and bodily. The main benefit is through hormones released.

the best medicine (cover story)

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another use of hormones as an explanation for the benefits of laughter therapy.

laughter versus anti-psychotics

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laughter therapy works just as well in treating people with dementia than does the traditional anti-psychotics.

the laughing guru

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an Indian guru devised a way of using laughter therapy to cure any ailment of any type.

Humor in Medicine

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The attempt to see if humor is indeed a component to the positive recovery whether through the brain or through the mind.

Mental strategies

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This article offers many mental strategies that have been proven helpful to many runners.

The Brain and Dopamine

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Though this article doesn't include references to running, it is definitely useful in that it explains in great detail about one of the most common psychological chemicals produced by the brain. ...

The Runner's High

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According to this article, humans were built for long distance. It also proves the existence of the Runner's High, which they believe contributes to an addictive nature towards intense exercise.

Basic science of running

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This article claims that running has just as many benefits for your brain as it does for your heart. In many experiments and anecdotes, it was proven to be true.

Depression May Be Caused by Inflammation — NOVA Next | PBS

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This would not surprise me if it was not somehow causal or at least contributory.

Epigenetics of Stress Adaptations in the Brain

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Want to be happy? SLOW DOWN | ideas.ted.com

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Serial Killer Statistics

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List of All Statistics for Serial Killers

Why The Beach Makes Us Happy

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BlueMind

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Longer Lasting Effects on Kids

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Stimuli of horror on teenagers and children.

Physiology and Horror Films

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Differences between horror movie lovers and horror movie haters

Find Counseling

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Family Resources

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laughter improves overall health

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taken from psychology today for the purpose of finding the way laughter is the best medecine.

a joyful life supports good health

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huffington post about how to enjoy a better life through laughter and improve your health

Humor, Laughter, and the Cerebellum: Insights from Patients with Acute Cerebellar Stroke

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Its about people with acute diseases that may impair them and how health can help them, from the book the cerebellum

Laughter and the Brain (The American Scholar)

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This is a personal account of a specific psychiatrist that uses humor to analyse specifics about his patients.

Conscious Community

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PMC

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Moms abuse

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Decision-making May Be Surprisingly Unconscious Activity -- ScienceDaily

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Neuroscience Well this is a little rough to handle. Free-will aside, decision making maybe part of the subconscious and not part of your active brain. There is an interesting thought. Our decision...

How Do We Hear While We Sleep?

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Coastal Parks Restore Mental Health

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What Motivates Athletes

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This article is all about motivation and how it is the key to success as an athlete. I like this article because it pertains to everyday life as well as the athletic world. They define motivation a...

Theories of Rape

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talks about the theories of rape and why people, mostly men rape.

Pinterest’s Obvious Secret | Psychology Today

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For Haylee Wall's Pinterest EE

Why Are We So Obsessed With Pin-spiration? The Psychology Behind Pinterest | IFB

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For Haylee Wall's EE

Pinterest, Tumblr and the Trouble With ‘Curation’ - NYTimes.com

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For Haylee Wall's EE

Humor in Medicine

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This itself isn't a primary source, but it does include lot's of citations to other important points and also real solid on the distinctions made in my paper.

Humor, Laughter, and the Cerebellum: Insights from Patients with Acute Cerebellar Stroke

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Its about people with acute diseases that may impair them and how health can help them, from the book the cerebellum. Click "look inside" for a bit of the book

Laughter and the Brain (The American Scholar)

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This is a personal account of a specific psychiatrist that uses humor to analyse specifics about his patients.

laughter improves overall health

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taken from psychology today for the purpose of finding the way laughter is the best medecine.

Humour appreciation: a role of the right frontal lobe

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This is another starter as well with even some ways that humor is administered and can change the abstract, possibly

The Geriatric Gigglers

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This was a case done to an elder lady, this was a nurse-patient relationship and is useful for humor and extension into psychological benefits

Use Your Amuse System to Boost Your Immune System Humor Your Tumor

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A simple article on the benefits of humor in medicine and is a very reliable primary source, found indirectly from helpquide.com

Laughter: Prescription for Pain Reduction

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This is the second of seven found from helpguide.com and is very helpful for health and medicine

Emotion: The Key to the Mind's Influence on Health

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The third one of seven from helpguide.com and is useful for finding psychological benefits of emotions in general

The Science of Laughter

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Laughter is the best medicine, some studies have shown individual benefits of laughter and the such, this one sounds like an older textbook going through different sections of laughter

Impact of Positive Emotion on Survival

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The fourth of seven and is useful for positive emotion such as those experienced from laughter

Impact of Negative Emotion on Survival

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Fifth of seven and is useful to see the counter effects of not laughing or being positive on your health

Using Humor to Cope Laughing in the Midst of Stress

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Sixth of seven this is the first part of one used for coping with problems and stress

Using Humor to Cope Humor in Concentration/POW Camps

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The last of the seven and is the second part used for coping with specific stress with humor

Laughter is the Best Medicine for Your Heart

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Quick little research on what humour does to heart patients and how it helps to their recovery

Motivation

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What motivates people? If we do what we enjoy, will we be more successful? What about in the same regards that society values success? This video does a great job illustrating how external motiv...

Psychoinformatics

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Macus Luttrel speaks to Alabama Football Team (week 2)

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this is the audio version of the speech that Marcus Luttrel gave to the Alabama Football team before they played for national championship two years ago. Players were in tears.

Intrinsic and extrinsic Motivation (week 2)

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I like how this article elaborates on the differences of intrinsic and extrinsic motivation. it seem like most everyone can agree that those are the two main types of motivating factors in athleti...

week 1 post

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this is kind of anti motivation but i always think its cool to look at people that overcame adversity so they could succeed. this video shows some of them. some stories are well documented like M...

great motivator in the Strength Program (week 2)

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this guy is awesome....i felt motivated to lift just by watching this....with a lot of programs its the strength coach that makes or breaks the program because they have a lot more contact with the...

Peak Performance

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What factors make a difference in our performances; athletics, careers, hobbies? This is an interesting take on reasoning behind "peak performance."

Psychological attributes, not physical gifts, of young athletes predict success, say coaches in a new study

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In a new study examining how much psychological and physical characteristics matter in the development of young athletes, psychologist Shari Kuchenbecker,Ph.D., and co-authors from Loyola Marymount...

peak performance (week 3)

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this speech by Dr. Lynch is pretty good at addressing what it takes to compete at a high level as he addresses athletes from Middlebery College. makes some valid points on how athletes learn to co...

Media representation: News Item

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Less Than Half of College Students Say Misuse of Prescription Stimulants is “Cheating”

setting goals (week 4)

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this article is pretty good summery of what is important in goal setting. both long term goals and short term goals.

another article on goal setting (week 4)

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another good general article on setting goals and how to make sure that they are reachable.

video on goal setting (week 4)

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this video takes you through the steps to set goals and what to look for when setting goals. also talks about how goals need to be measurable, attainable and specific.

Teaching Sexual Ethics

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History of Rape as a crime

stress (week 5)

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this is a good article on how stress can have a negative effect on the body and how you feel. other than just hurting your performance stress can reek havoc on your body as well.

personality types and Stress (week 5)

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very good article on how different personality types deal with stress and how they can effect the people around them. take time to watch the short video that is attached as well.

defining stress personalities (week 5)

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good video from ABC on different stress personalities and what characterizes them. also takes about what each character needs to help de-stress.

Jung's Theory of Personality and Learning

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This is a different, but insightful, take on different personality styles and their affects on learning. Know who we are can make learning more enjoyable.

Intro to Motivation

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This YouTube video is an introductory discussion on what motivates people. It is more basic than motivation in sport psychology, but it is interesting nonetheless.

personality types and Stress (week 4)

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very good article on how different personality types deal with stress and how they can effect the people around them. take time to watch the short video that is attached as well.

Gut-brain link grabs neuroscientists

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Neurobiology research is starting pile up relating gut bacteria to mental health. Very interesting read!

Stress

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Perception is everything. Whats makes one person different than another? This article and video scratch the surface, and provide some interesting incites into psychological stress.

Coping/Managing Stress

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Another good video by Khan Academy that deals with the coping and management of stress.

week 6 (leadership)

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this article is on become a conscious leader; in other words trying to become a leader instead of just hoping it happens. the article does a good job of outlining what it take to become a leader.

Leadership (week 6)

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this is an awesome scene from "Facing the Giants" where the coach is trying to teach the guy that everyone looks up to as the leader, how to be a real leader. one of my favorite movie scenes ever.

Leadership (week 6)

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great speech by John Maxwell on the 5 levels of leadership. this talk goes into how and why people follow you as a leader. i think in sports we want to ascend the levels and get into pinnacle lev...

The power of the mind

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This video covers some hidden abilities of the mind. Even though this article is a bit off the topic of sport psychology, the ability of mental acuity is fascinating. Relating this video to psych...

Mental Flow

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This is a short video from the movie "The Greatest Game Ever Played." This video shows the ability of an athlete to apply mindfulness prior to making a shot. This state of mind can be seen as "Fl...

(Week 7) Benefits of Competitive Athletics

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Good article about the benefits of competitive athletics and how people who participate are better off all around.

Week 7 (Competitive Athletics)

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this is a nice short video on the benefits of participating in competitive athletics. covers everything from better physical health to increased mental stimulation.

(Week 1) Personality types

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this is a good general article on the different types of personalities and how you can identify them.

(week 1) personalities and sports

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good article on how to chose the correct sport that fits your personality. if you chose the wrong sport you could be very frustrated.

(week 1) personality within sports

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good article on how your personality plays out within the sport you chose. choosing your sport is just the first step.

Brains and laughter

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Its got pictures of brains and pet scans and how they are related to laughter, try to find one that is most related or closest in proximity to the supplementary motor. good luck

pain threshold

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just find the citation because i already paraphrased it in the essay part 7 i. toodles.

Neuroplasticity

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Based on the Big Five trait model, and current knowledge of personalities, can we change our personality for the better? How does creating better habits affect our brain and future thought process...

Neuroplasticity

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This video describes the physiological processes that we "know" of when we think of neuroplasticity. Applying psychology to this idea, it makes you wonder about how important it is to reinforce go...

12 top traits recruited by athletes

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Are Youth Sports too stressful?

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Sport and excercise psychology

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Leadership Development

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This article addresses roles of leadership that occurs in every sport and the responsibility of leaders of the team to adapt and make changes.

Achievement Motivation

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how behaviors are dictated by choices (week 8)

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good article on how choices are a conscious effort that drives our behaviors. this article shows that choices are made in the couscous state and in turn drive our behaviors.

(week 8) power of habits

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good short video on how the power of choices can dictate your habits...in turn your habits can influence how you are perceived and how your life will go.

Conscious vs. Subconscious

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Ninety-five percent of our actions come from the subconscious! This video summarizes how much of our daily lives is actually run by habit and learned processes. Now the question is how do we effe...

I am In control

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Psychology and healthy behaviors

Conscious Change

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This article discusses if we can change by utilizing conscious choices, forming new habits or behavior.

Gender differences in sports

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There is an obvious disparity between males and females when it comes to sports. Why is there gender inequality? As this article discusses, maybe there is a problem with the culture we live. In ...

Learning to be assertive: Finding the balance between aggressive and submissive behaviour

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Assertiveness can make or break social situations, whether we are dealing with people one-to-one or in groups. Chris Croft discusses how to avoid being aggressive or submissive, and presents some a...

5 Reasons Why Self Motivated Learners Win at Life

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In Japan, the word for constant and never-ending improvement is kaizen. Not only is kaizen an operating philosophy for modern Japanese businesses, it’s also the age-old philosophy of the warrior cl...

Pixar’s “Inside Out” is a surprisingly accurate representation of how memory actually works

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Disney/Pixar’s newest film, Inside Out, tells the story of 11-year-old Riley and her difficulty dealing with a family move to San Francisco. The film is getting a lot of attention for its depiction...

What Emotions Are (and Aren’t) - NYTimes.com

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Hmmm, I don't know about this. It seems to me emotions are a nuanced package of perception (neurons in the brain), then a chemical reaction (body), which then leads to a physiological reaction (fi...

Theories and Models Frequently Used in Health Promotion

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Good summary of these models.

Why some people find exercise harder than others?

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Perception is reality!

Merchants of Doubt || A Sony Pictures Classics Release

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This is how the science is ignored.

People With Schizophrenia Have Different Throat Bacteria | Popular Science

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Different doesn't necessarily mean causal but it does kind of make you wonderif perhaps we are in less control than we like to think....

Visualization in Gymnasts

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This relates to the emotional and mental aspects of psychology with in the sport of gymnastics.

Nature and Nurture of Strength

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Not quite a reading but more of an elaboration on the synthesis. As seen from the video Klokov's daughter is not some freak of nature at a young age. Physical strength is gained outside of gentics ...

Self Actualization in College

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http://glassduffle.com/how-to-achieve-self-actualization-college/

Emotional Hygiene

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This Ted Talk explains the importance of psychological health and how to understand it. After talking about psychological health all week in class this talk explains how our minds play with our emo...

Psychological Health Today

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This article is interesting because it talks about how the American culture's image of psychological health is more based on what benefits a capitalist system rather than what is healthy for an ind...

How to strengthen your psychological health

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A healthy mind is critical to a balanced life. If thoughts constantly go to darker places or you stop enjoying life this article shows the positive chemical reaction to doing healthy activities can...

Social support, depressive symptoms and violence effects on youth resilience.

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This longitudinal study examines the effects of violence on urban adolescents. It also shows how social support can help foster resiliency when exposed to violence.

Mental Health of Inernational Students in American Universities.

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Off the bat, I appreciate that this paper is a bit out dated however I still believe that it holds tremendous relevance to the present date. As an international student I can very much sympathies w...

Psychological Wellness- Depression

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This week we discussed psychological wellness, and went into a discussion on depression. I found this article very relevant to what we were learning because many of the signs of depression found on...

Stressed Men are More Social

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Research experiment refutes old belief that stress causes men to display antisocial behavior by providing evidence for the opposite.

Epigenetic Inheritance

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In class on 9/9/2015 we discussed the emerging scientific study of epigenetics. Epigenetics is a study that focuses on the environment's capacity to alter (turn on/off) genes. This article goes eve...

The Stress For an Average American

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An article that gives the argument on how Americans are more stressed than ever, and going beyond just the job market, finances, and work.

Stigma of Mental Disorders

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This is an article that talks about how stigmas have developed for those with mental disorders, and how this group of people may be treated.

The Neuroscience of Immortality - The New York Times

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Brain Mechanisms of Serial and Parallel Processing during Dual-Task Performance

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Very interesting process here.

The Amygdala Is NOT the Brain's Fear Center

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Conscious and unconscious processes in cognition

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Also has to do with motor learning and development.

Vive La Difference! Sex and Brains

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Talks about the differences between men and women in the brain and the way they think about sex. Citation: Vive la difference! Sex and brains. (2013, December 7). The Economist, 409(8865), 81(US...

Just why do men Rape?

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Talks about why men rape and the motivation behind it. Citation: Just Why Do Men Rape? (2000). The Sciences, 40(3), 3. Retrieved from http://go.galegroup.com/ps/i.do?id=GALE%7CA62402404&v=2.1&...

Your Brain on Drugs - Hydrocodone

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"Hydrocodone, or Vicodin, is a commonly abused and incredibly addicting pain relief medication. Here, we'll examine how this prescription drug works, the consequences of abuse, and how it compares ...

Illicit use of opioid analgesics by high school seniors from the Journal of Substance Abuse treatment

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The illicit use of opioid analgesics represents a growing problem among American adolescents. In order to examine the correlates associated with the illicit use of opioid analgesics, a nationally r...

The Mind and Sports Performance: Personality

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Treatment for addiction

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I wanted to better understand some of the treatments that are used by the majority of addicts (who seek it). This New York Times article explains the different types of treatment available and what...

Environment vs. Genetic: Which has a greater influence on addictive tendencies?

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Addiction is classified as being a result from either inheritance of genetics or the environment in which we are submerged. This article specifically discusses the topic of alcohol addiction and br...

Group Dynamics in Exercise and Sport Psychology

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Dylan Pettit Hub - TheHubEdu.com

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From the previous discussions in class that revolved around addiction, I was able to find this article that relates to the video we watched in class. It is important to realize that drug users shou...

Some Early Childhood Experiences Shape Adult Life, But Which Ones?

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This article is similar to the ACES information presented in class. The article evaluated two different studies looking at affects adverse childhood experiences had on children and young adults. Th...

Some Early Childhood Experiences Shape Adult Life, But Which Ones?

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This article is similar to the ACES information presented in class. The article evaluated two different studies looking at affects adverse childhood experiences had on children and young adults. Th...

Theories of Violence

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This article coincides with what Robert Sapolski discusses about in regards to baboons and stress. This article explains how violence and aggression are produced by using two theories, learned and ...

Can you think yourself into a different person? | Mosaic

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Neuroplasticity is possible if we better understand epigenetics. However, epigenetics only allows so many degrees of freedom as even with that, we still have to work within our genetic constraints...

Can you think yourself into a different person? | Mosaic

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Neuroplasticity is possible if we better understand epigenetics. However, epigenetics only allows so many degrees of freedom as even with that, we still have to work within our genetic constraints...

Who, and how much to give?

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Goes into detail on what factors influence whether you do or do not donate to the homeless. There are a few studies included on whether it actually helps them.

The blind woman who switched personalities and could suddenly see - The Washington Post

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Definitely demonstrates the power of the unconscious mind on our biology and physiological processes.

Jamaree Jackson Hub - TheHubEdu.com

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This was a interesting therapy video about how a little girl named, Beth, was traumatized at a young age and now has developed a killer mentality...

Know Thyself | Psychology Today

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Understanding human aggression: New insights from neuroscience

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From: http://www.researchgate.net/profile/Allan_Siegel2/

Prepare Before It's Too Late (Stress)

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TED talks have been very popular in our health and wellness class and they have actually been a really useful learning tool for me. In this episode of TED talks, it focuses on this idea most of us ...

Perception: The One Thing We Can Control

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This is a great article in regards to perception. During our last Monday of Lecture, we had a very philosophical talk on death. It is something we as American's do not like to discuss but it is ine...

The Ugly Truth About Body Dysmorphic Disorder

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A story about a girl named Samantha and her fight against this disorder. She had this so bad that it affected every aspect of her life. She wouldn't even go to school because she thought she was so...

My Own Worst Enemy | DiscoverMagazine.com

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Research on Resilience

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Research on many of the factors of resiliency. What kind of environment, personal characteristics, and biological factors play a role.

The Secret | The Players' Tribune

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Week 2 Applied Health and Psychology

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This video was horrendous in quality, however it had good content. We learn about these health problems and psychological problems but we don't really know how they are applied. It's good to think ...

Week 2 Symbolism

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This is going to be the shortest video I post, it is actually a commercial but the symbolism involved spoke volumes to me. We are learning about the components of health, and I think this commercia...

Week 3 Psychological health

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This may be the longest video I post, it is a recorded lecture of a health and psychology class. It seems that for this college, the ideas we are learning about this week is full Psychology course ...

The Science of Healing Thoughts - Scientific American

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The brain communicates on several channels | Max Planck Society

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The input from within the brain influences how we receive information coming in from the environment and both pathways work on different frequencies.

What a Happy Cell Looks Like - The Atlantic

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Loneliness, negative experiences, threats, uncertainty.....this is stress and it causes this acute response physiologically - which can have longer term consequences.

Friendships and close relationships correlated with increased risk in obesity

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This is an article that discusses a study from the New England Journal of Medicine. This was a 32 year longitudinal study with 12,067 participants. In short, the study found that if a friend became...

How Stress Affects Your Brain

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Normal Sexual Behavior

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I think that they whole essence of the article is what we talked about this week in lecture. I was interesting to see statistics for not just college students but also adults. What I really liked w...

Tim Minchin UWA Address

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A case of voyeurism in gender neutral bathrooms

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"Peeping Toms' at U of T college caused the school to have to cut their gender neutral bathrooms. Granted, I don't use a few dumbass guys as reason for cutting gender neutral bathrooms, but it is a...

What children think, feel and know about throwing overhand.

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This study was conducted to see how children taught different ways to throw, felt about their experience. Also what they liked and disliked about how they were taught, and how important they though...

7 Ingrediants to a Good Relationship

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A solid healthy relationship has a different definition by everybody, but there are 7 basic ingredients to get the kind of relationship that should be desired.

They'll Have to Rewrite the Textbooks | UVA Today

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Some Early Childhood Experiences Shape Adult Life, But Which Ones?

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This article is similar to the ACES information presented in class. The article evaluated two different studies looking at affects adverse childhood experiences had on children and young adults. Th...

Your Thoughts Can Release Abilities beyond Normal Limits - Scientific American

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I want to believe....

What does psychological health look like?

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This article is about the truth of psychological wellness and how it's not just about the lack of a mental or emotional disorder. One of the best lines from the article is when she mentions that ju...

What constitutes psychological health?

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Another great article describing what psychological health looks like as opposed to how it is perceived by us and others around us. The article contains several great visual aids and diagrams that ...

Mood Disorders in Teenage Girls

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Tips to Improve Psycological Health

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This is an article about how a person can improve their psychological health and it gives some tips on what to do. this ties into what we are talking about in class because we discussed some ways t...

Infant Mental Health

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This article talks about infant mental health and signs of good psychological health. This article is related to what we discussed in class because we talk about mental health but not for infants s...

The Twin Effect; Nature vs. Nurture

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This longitudinal study (over the span of nearly 50 years) has thoroughly studied how two identical individuals can have identical genetics, yet still have very specific differences. They speak str...

Study identifies brain cells that help us learn by watching others | Neuroscientist News

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Basically, it sounds like our expectations influence which neurons fire - which of course then influence how we perceive the event itself.

How does stress effect your memory?

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Relationship effect on Cortisol Levels

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While many positive relationships are associated with higher cortisol levels, wellbeing and positive outcomes. The research in this study has found that even those who are in long term committed r...

Cold and Bubbly Are The Sensory Qualities That Best Quench Thirst

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Some new research explains that oral perception of coldness and carbonation can help reduce thirst. In the current study, 98 healthy individuals from ages 20 to 50 volunteered in experiments. Each ...

Pixar’s “Inside Out” is a surprisingly accurate representation of how memory actually works

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Disney/Pixar’s newest film, Inside Out, tells the story of 11-year-old Riley and her difficulty dealing with a family move to San Francisco. The film is getting a lot of attention for its depiction...

How To Coach Like an Olympian

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http://www.nature.com/scientificamericanmind/journal/v27/n4/full/scientificamericanmind0716-45.html

Emotional Hygiene

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We are constantly told that the key to good health is exercise and movement. We are not, however, taught how to stay emotionally healthy. We are taught to constantly fear things; whether it's the d...

5 stages of grief

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When talking about death and dying I believe it's important to talk about the grief process after suffering a loss. Keep in mind each of these stages do not have to occur, or occur in this order f...

How to lead a fulfilling life

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An article all about different ways to lead a fulfilling life :)

There Is No Such Thing as Free Will - The Atlantic

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Battle for the Mind by William Sargant: A Physiology of Conversion and Brainwashing - How Evangelists, Psychiatrists, Politicians, and Medicine Men Can Change Your Beliefs and Behavior

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ow can an evangelist convert a hardboiled sophisticate? Why does a POW sign a "confession" that he knows is false? How is a criminal pressured into admitting his guilt? Do the evangelist, the POW's...

Understanding stress

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. While stress is minimal, performance is also low. With increasing stress, performance increases until peak performance is reached under optimal stress, and thereafter performance decreases. Chara...

Never Give Up

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Diana attempted to swim from Cuba to the United States 4 times unsuccessfully but never gave up here dream. At the age of 62 and on her fifth try, she became successful, a truly testament to never...

personality types and Stress (week 5)

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very good article on how different personality types deal with stress and how they can effect the people around them. take time to watch the short video that is attached as well.

How personality affects sporting achievement

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Bangor University is studying personality types best for being under pressure and performing well, along with coaching strategies to support and motivate an athlete. They believe in order to achie...

When To Think, And When Not To, When Playing Sports

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I am In control

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Psychology and healthy behaviors

Motivation

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Peak Performance

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Peak Performance

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Goal setting

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Goal setting

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Stress

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Stress

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Psychological skills training

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Psychological skills training

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What is Achievement Motivation?

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This is a great video dictating what is achievement motivation in sports. Each and every athlete has cirteria criteria that he or she needs to achieve in order to fill accomplished. How do these t...

Personality and Sports Participation

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How does the individual personality determine whether a person is going to play a certain sport. If the person is an outgoing individual and team player, does that suggest he or she will participat...

Personality Traits of Individual sports

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Since we have been discussing how one sport attracts a certain type of individual, this slide show breaks down the importance of personality and how particular traits support certain sports. This i...

QUALITIES OF An ATHLETE

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There are many positive and negative attributes successful athletes must have in order to succeed in their sport. There has been debate of which attributes are better then the other. However none t...

The relationship between stress and personality factors

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This class have begun to help us understand how ones personality traits can interact with stress relating factors. What stresses one person out may not stress another. How does the way we have deve...

What is PST?

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In this class we have looked in the mental aspects of athletes. However it has been noticed that not just athletes benefit from psychological skill trainings. I have in the past used these types of...

Psychological Leadership

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Along with the week 6 forum, we discussed leadership and what entails this type of personality. I believe that this video is a great insight on psychological leadership and how certain traits and c...

Jake Hughes Hub - TheHubEdu.com

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Explaining failures in setting proper goals

Genders role in competitive nature

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Competition and children

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Women Competing in Mens Sports

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Could we see more and more women competing in men sports.

Personality Traits of Individual vs Team Sports

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This video discusses how sports and personality come together and the difference between playing and individual sport with team sports. This is a very interesting concept and something that I learn...

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16 Ways to Improve Your Mental Health in 2016

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Since the topic of mental health was brought up through out the week, I think this article is a great reminder in things we as individuals can do to improve our overall mental health. There are 16 ...

How to Stop Stressing About Being Perfect (So You Can Enjoy Life)

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- This article talks about how to stop trying to be "perfect" and the stress that resolves from constantly trying to be perfect can have negative long term effects. I definitely struggle with the i...

The Physical Side of Stress

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This article focuses on the physical side affects that stress has upon women. The article is interesting because goes into to anatomy and physiology of men and women and how stress effects each di...

Mindfulness-based meditation to decrease stress and anxiety in college students: A narrative synthesis of the research

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Before talking about mindfulness in class, I had an idea of what it was but just considered it to be bogus. After doing some research online there is a lot of evidence that supports mindfulness, es...

Why Facts Don’t Change Our Minds - The New Yorker

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Sport and Exercise Psychology - Goal Setting

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Developing your child's self-esteem

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This article talks about how self-esteem develops and why self-esteem matters with the kids.

Gender Differences in Mental Toughness and Coping with Injury in Runners

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Injury has to be the hardest psychological hurdle to jump to regain prior ability. This article examines the differences between men and women in the methods they use to cope with injury and evalua...

Wulf, G., Chiviacowsky, S., & Lewthwaite, R. (2012). Altering mindset can enhance motor learning in older adults. Psychology and Aging, 27(1), 14-21. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/a0025718

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A paper demonstrates individuals (older adults) individual and environmental (being to old to learn/move) constraints.Posted because of my interest in the motivational aspects of sports science.

A Better Kind of Happiness - The New Yorker

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Comments Matching "Psychology"

I found the article from Observer while researching Psychology Informatics. The article was written by Tal Yarkoni, who is a Research Assistant Professor of Psychology at the University of Texa...

Comment on Psychoinformatics
posted by Jill Pena

This class has been dong overviews of each system and this really jumps more into depth on the nervous and muscular system. It really focuses on the nervous aspect at the cellular level, but it is ...

Interesting read on Self Determination Theory plays a role in sports psychology and psychology in general.

Comment on Motivation and perceptions of control
posted by Scottie Howell

A great read about how to apply realistic sport psychology thinking to the real life military arena - since life or death situations occur much more frequently out in the "deployed arena" than in a...

Comment on Implications for Sport and Military Psychology
posted by Tom Dahlinghaus

With the barefoot running craze still in full swing, it is important to point out that the best stride is your natural stride. Barefoot running significantly alters your stride, especially if you ...

Comment on Check your form: Running with correct biomechanics
posted by Jennifer Rhodes

The article “Can you predict happiness?” was essential in my field because it is directly linked with sports psychology. The author explained a researched conducted where one could or not predict h...

Comment on Can you predict happiness?
posted by Kethan Darbar

I was interested in looking up this approach because Professor Reiss mentioned that this approach to understanding personality is not popular with sports psychology. I found that this approach is ...

Comment on Psychodynamic Approach
posted by Kevin Tongg

In our week 4 forums Sports Psychology was one of the topics of discussion. This site is a detailed site that provides tools to help explain to the user some of the principles within the Sports Psy...

Comment on Sports Psychology Tools
posted by Brad Gilmer

Robin, fantastic article!! I liked it so much that I saved it to my favorites tab. Judging from all your past post I can tell that you place a strong emphasis on sports psychology and performance...

Comment on A Review of Mental Toughness
posted by Michael Wells

The use of sports psychology is continuously evolving. One important aspect of sports psychology is the use of imagery. Imagery is used by an athlete to paint a picture in their mind of how a race...

Comment on Imagery
posted by John Lakshmanan

One of the topics we discussed in class was sports psychology. There is no doubt that the mind plays a large part in the preparation and success of athletes. Sports psychologists are becoming an im...

This article related to the information we learned in class about gender. This article went in depth to list some stereotypes between males and females. The section that I though was very interesti...

Comment on Gender Typing and Stereotyping
posted by Kimberly Nguyen

This is a very important topic. I think we often too heavily focus on the physical rehabilitation and forget how powerful the mind can be in the healing process. Understanding the psychology of reh...

Sport Psychology, I believe is one of the most popular things when it comes to sports teams. Sport psychology is helping athletes and people make realistic goals and helping them processing it. Whi...

Comment on Andy DeShambo Hub - TheHubEdu.com
posted by Andy DeShambo

Great article Suzan! The concept of Flow is certainly woven through psychology and does play a role in performance, whether athletic or playing chess. I have never seen the concept of flow broken...

Comment on Getting smarter quicker; if you could do it, would you?
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I have taught a few courses in environmental psychology and I always include projects that bring to light some of our current environmental issues. It's not a very uplifting course regarding that ...

Comment on POLAR BEARS GONE IN 2050???
posted by Tiffany M Reiss, PhD

I understand the frustration when people have the information to make their lives better, but for whatever reason, just can't or won't do it. There is a lot of psychology in this and people do wha...

Comment on Diabetes
posted by Tiffany M Reiss, PhD

Very interesting. I emailed this to my wife. She's a psychology major and has mentioned this several times. :)

I chose this article because Goals are a huge spart of Sports Psychology. Goals equal success. They can help performance, increase motivation and drive. This article is good to have for athletes tr...

Comment on Goal Setting for Success in Sports
posted by Jennifer Votinov

Agreed! I remember when we read this in Sport Psychology. This was the class that changed the course of my life! Thank you Tiffany!

Comment on Reach for the Summit
posted by Daniel Heller

This website is updated frequently with the latest information regarding sport psychology. Most of the articles are only a couple pages long making for quick reads, but they reference some of the ...

Comment on Sport in Mind
posted by Henry Gray

This article is relevant to the course work in regards to the fact that sports psychology plays a major role in our career fields not only for athletes but also those individuals who are wishing to...

This topic is covered under sports psychology and is relevant because the social aspects of sports. The main thing about sports is that as a parent or coach you have to be able to communicate feeli...

Comment on Sports Psychology For Parents and Coaches
posted by DESMOND BURGESS

The article “Can you predict happiness?” was essential in my field because it is directly linked with sports psychology. The author explained a researched conducted where one could or not predict h...

Comment on The Secret of Effective Motivation
posted by Kethan Darbar

Sports psychology is very important in sports and a subject that i didn't think much about until we were asked to discuss it for this class. I had a friend to come to me and discuss the issues wit...

Comment on Sports Psychology in Football
posted by Simon Harris

Although this article does not specifically pertain to sport and exercise, the authors speak to an important point we touched on in class regarding mentality and performance. This article cites ma...

Comment on The Confidence Gap
posted by Sherilynn Soo

I agree that the findings of this theory can be used in sport and exercise psychology but I also think it can be applied to almost any situation such as school as well as work.

Comment on The Confidence Gap
posted by Kira Cardoza

An interesting article reviewing David Epstein's Book "The Sports Gene". I've read parts of the book, and it has a view that both "nature and nuture" play a role in who becomes the world's most eli...

Comment on The Root of Athletic Success
posted by Mikayla Fletcher

It is amazing that more schools don't utilize a full-time sport psychologist. It seems like the effects both on and off the field are significant enough that everyone should put more of a focus on ...

Comment on The Bigger Picture
posted by Gabe Patti

In class, we briefly talked about the job market and whether or not it has become more competitive. In this video lecture, Brad Wray explains how the odds are consistently the same in competition v...

Comment on Cooperate or Compete?
posted by Marika Yaplee

This article relates to our class material on performance. It was interesting to read that psychology has become more accepted in sports and how it is a crucial aspect for athletes to perform.

Comment on The progression of sports psychology
posted by Ashley Fluhrer

I found it interesting that developing intrinsic motivation in young athletes can depend a lot upon the coach. It is scary to think of how damaging a bad coach for young athletes can psychological...

Comment on Intrinsic Motivation in Youth Sports
posted by Kevin Tongg

It is so amazing to see how the human body can adapt and move like this! I remember watching the James Bond, the remake of Casino Royale, and this type of movement was seen in the beginning by bot...

Comment on Parkour and Free Running
posted by Jon Wilcox

This is a great site Christina! I believe it is extremely important to teach young athletes the importance of Sports Psychology. When I was a younger athlete, it was not common to have coaching t...

Comment on Sports Psychology Education for Athletes
posted by Kristine Becka

In SPHS 508 I had the opportunity to learn how exercise not only effects us physically, but mentally as well. In week 4, we delved into sports psychology. During this time I learned that exercise h...

Comment on How exercise improves cognitive function
posted by Steven Braun

I think this excerpt from Sport Psychology for Coaches is a good example of how a coach or any leader can effectively communicate with their team and how important good communication is. Even nonve...

Comment on What communication means for a coach
posted by Claire Willard

Thanks for posting this video. I think the topic nature vs nurture in psychology is really fascinating. Something that was interesting to me while watching the video was the self-talk, since I just...

Comment on Psychology of Champions
posted by Christian Klein

This article brings to light the importance of imagery in elite sporting events such as the Olympics, and also the emphasis that is being placed on sport psychology by nations competing in the Olym...

Comment on olympians use imagery as mental training
posted by Zac Downey

Wow, very fascinating! Thanks for posting this. I read several articles about mindfulness meditation and how powerful it really is. One of my psychology professor teaches students mindfulness medit...

Comment on An Antidote for Mindlessness
posted by Christian Klein

Like a moth to a flame, I see Crossfit and I go in. I think part of the problem is people not knowing their limits. Pushing is good...pushing until you rip something is bad. Going to heavy befo...

Comment on Research CrossFit to avoid injuries, doctors say
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