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ACT on the Gridiron: A New Approach to Sport Performance Enhancement in Football

Posted 4 years ago Mitch Plemmons 4 minute read comments

Summer is winding down over here in the States. Temperatures are cooling down, and leaves will soon begin changing colors. Fall is approaching, which […]

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The ACT hexaflex applied to sport

Posted 5 years ago Mitch Plemmons 3 minute read comments

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) (Hayes, Strosahl, & Wilson, 1999) is a treatment approach that views experiential avoidance, inflexible attentional processes and reduced attempts […]

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Positive self-talk versus acceptance self-talk

Posted 5 years ago Sophie Walton 4 minute read comments

Internal dialogue or self-talk, as it is most commonly referred to in sport psychology, is an occurrence nearly every athlete experiences. Although positive self-talk […]

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The emergence of ACT in sport psychology

Posted 5 years ago Mitch Plemmons 3 minute read comments

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) (Hayes, Strosahl, & Wilson, 1999) is a form of behavior therapy that incorporates the concepts of mindfulness, acceptance of […]

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