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Sport Psychology Consulting with Latin American Athletes

@inproceedings{Kontos2005SportPC,
  title={Sport Psychology Consulting with Latin American Athletes},
  author={Anthony P. Kontos and Eric Arguello},
  year={2005}
}
The purpose of this paper was to provide the sport psychology consultant with information about Latin American cultural groups in relation to sport psychology consulting. The paper contains a review of key multicultural terms and concepts, such as worldview and acculturation. This is followed by a brief overview of the various historical influences on Latin American culture. Next, we discussed the importance of avoiding a universal perspective of culture, and provided an overview of the… Expand
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