'Don't Miss!' The Debilitating Effects of Suppressive Imagery on Gulf Putting Performance

Beilock, Sian L.; Afremow, James A.; Rabe, Amy L.; Carr, Thomas H.
September 2001
Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology;Sep2001, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p200
Academic Journal
Examines the impact of suppressive mental imagery on golf putting performance. Manipulation of imagery rehearsal frequency and type of imagery; Effect of frequent suppressive imagery on performance; Importance of controlling thoughts and images on skill execution.


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