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IMAGERY TO IMPROVE

PERFORMANCE WEBINAR

RECORDING

Over this 1-hour recording, Stephanie Nihon reviews the theories and strategies for teaching athletes imagery to improve their performance, as well as discusses the history of imagery in the field of psychophysiology. Examples of suitable imagery will be given, along with exercises that elicit the best responses for her players. Stephanie will also display what 'good' and 'bad' imagery looks like in terms of a neurofeedback monitoring session, as display in 1Hz bins bar graphs and a 2-dimensional EEG spectral display.

Note: All views expressed in the recording are solely those of the presenters and participants and not those of the BFE.



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