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The Effect of Mental Imagery upon the Reduction of Athletes` Anxiety during Sport Performance

@inproceedings{UniversityIran2011TheEO,
  title={The Effect of Mental Imagery upon the Reduction of Athletes` Anxiety during Sport Performance},
  author={Tarbiat Modares University-Iran},
  year={2011}
}
The present research tries to consider the mental imagery effect upon the reduction of athletesanxiety during sport performance using documentary analysis method. We applied experimental method with pre-post tests and control group. The measuring tool was Ketle anxiety questionnaire (2009). Our statistical population was all tennis players in Zanjan (2010) of whom 25 were chosen as control and 25 as experimental group through Cohen sampling table We applied descriptive and independent t-student… 

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