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Veraksa A. N., Gorovaya A. E. (2010). Effect of imagination on the results of sport activity of novice football players.National Psychological Journal,2(4), 131-135

This article describes the connections between the use of types of mental imagery by athletes and the level of their imagination. Basing on the model of imagery use proposed by K.Martin, S. Moritz and C.Hall the authors used a Russian version of "The Sport Imagery Questionnaire" (SIQ) with soccer players 8, 10 and 14 years old. The data shows that subjects with a higher level of imagination are more inclined to use mental imagery in their practice; the age differences in types of imagery usage are shown.

Pages: 131-135

Keywords: mental imagery; imagination; psychological preparation of athletes; sports psychology; tests of movement skill; SIQ;

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Veraksa A. N. (2012) “Sports psychologist” profession. National Psychological Journal, 1(7), 134-138

This paper summarizes the main idea of the sports psychologist’s occupation. The principles of sports psychology, problems which he is facing as well as methods of solving problems are described. Particular attention is given to practical examples from the experience of well known sports psychologists.

Pages: 134-138

Keywords: sports psychology; sport psychologist; counseling; education;

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Leonov S.V.(2012). Surviving a sports injury. National Psychological Journal,2(8),136-143

The article is devoted to the definition of sports injuries; factors influencing the experience of sports injury, expression patterns of pain in sport were analyzed. In this article we show that the rehabilitation of athletes should combine a comprehensive rehabilitation program of athletes being developed jointly by medical trauma, physical therapists, trainers, psychologists.

We analyzed factors that contribute to raising the level of injury in sport: changing coating sports grounds, the use of anabolic drugs. Analyzes approaches to rehabilitation programs of injured athletes. Detail the model of C. Ames and J. Duda, which was based on the implementation of the program of work with athletes, focused on goal setting, involvement of athletes in solving problems. The choice of tasks is determined by their degree of availability and accessibility them for athletes.

Pages: 136-143

Keywords: sports psychology; injury; pain; psychological characteristics of recovery process;

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