Eating Disorders and Rowing
Tags: ROWERS -- Psychology
- Imagine yourself in a boat on a river... // Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology;Mar1994, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p113
Provides a descriptive account of imagery use by elite and novice rowers. Imagery sessions unstructured; Use of imagery in competition than in training; Use of kinesthetic imagery.
- Examining social loafing among elite female rowers as a function of task duration and mood. Anshel, Mark H. // Journal of Sport Behavior;Mar95, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p39
Examines evidence of social loafing among elite female rowers when performing a simulation rowing task under alone and group conditions. Measurements of performance; Evidence of concomitant changes in mood using the Profile of Mood States inventory; Loafing effect on group tasks.
- Changes in Perceived Stress and Recovery During Heavy Training in Highly Trained Male Rowers. M�estu, Jarek; J�rim�e, Jaak; Kreegipuu, Kairi; J�rim�e, Toivo // Sport Psychologist;Mar2006, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p24
The aims were to assess (a) the usefulness of RESTQ-Sport in the process of training monitoring and (b) whether a change in psychological parameters is reflected by similar changes in specific biochemical parameters. The high volume training period, in general, caused increases in stress scales...
- Intervenciï¿½n en psicologï¿½a del deporte: un caso de remo de alta competiciï¿½n. // Revista de Psicologï¿½a del Deporte;2012, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p59
This paper describes the implementation of a sole intervention with a female international rower. Due to an attention deficit, this rower commits a technical error which leads to reduced performance, caused by an incorrect alignment of the boat in both training and competition situations. The...
- Performance Enhancement With Music in Rowing Sprint. Rendi, M�ria; Szabo, Attila; Szab�, Tam�s // Sport Psychologist;Jun2008, Vol. 22 Issue 2, p175
The purpose of this study was to investigate the impact of fast- and slow-tempo music on 500-m rowing sprint performances. Twenty-two rowers performed 500-m sprints 3 times: rowing without music, rowing to slow music, and rowing to fast tempo music. Strokes per minute (SPM), time to completion,...
- How Are Your Eosinophils? // Time;6/11/1951, Vol. 57 Issue 24, p47
The article focuses on research launched by Doctor Albert E. Renold, a research fellow at Harvard Medical School in Massachusetts, and his team to test oarsmen's reactions to stress. The team pricked the lobe of one ear of the participant of the Yale-Harvard boat race to draw a single drop of...
- Predicting Successful Oarsmen. // Journal of Sport Psychology;1979, Vol. 1 Issue 3, p201
The article presents a summary of the article "Personality characteristics of successful and unsuccessful oarsmen," by W. P. Morgan and R. W. Johnson, published in the journal "International Journal for Sport Psychology." The article looks at the importance of psychological traits to the...