Layered Stimulus Response Training versus Combined Action Observation and Imagery: Effects on Golf Putting Performance and Imagery Ability Characteristics

Marshall, Ben; Wright, David J.
January 2016
Journal of Imagery Research in Sport & Physical Activity;2016, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p35
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