A Case Study of Improved Performance in Archery Using Hypnosis

  title={A Case Study of Improved Performance in Archery Using Hypnosis},
  author={Claudio Robazza and Laura Bortoli},
  journal={Perceptual and Motor Skills},
  pages={1364 - 1366}
Active-alert hypnosis and traditional hypnosis procedures can be combined and applied in sport following the lines of an isomorphic model. A case study of improved shooting performance in an adult expert archer after 20 weeks of mental training is reported. 

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