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Title: トップアスリーツのためのメンタルマネジメント : わが国の取り組みと今後の課題
Other Titles: Mental management for top athletes in Japan : Its general view and future direction
Authors: 岩田, 真一
石川, 尚子
Iwata, Shinichi
Ishikawa, Takako
イワタ, シンイチ
イシカワ, タカコ
Keywords: mental management
top athletes
mental training
sport counseling
Issue Date: Mar-2003
Abstract: It has been well-known in Japan that strengthening mental power as well as physical strength or skills training is highly important to an athlete who wants to be an elite performer. There is, however, some difficulty in practicing this issue. What and how to do in order to strengthen mind and spirit is a very complicated subject, and an athlete's view of life is deeply related to what the strengthening of mind and spirit is. We tried in this article to inquire what the essential and required matters are in order to help a top athlete achieve a high level of performance, attempting to survey the acceptance of mental management in Japan, analyzing what Japan have studied about the issue and how it have dealt with it, and investigating what will have to be done in future. As a result, we reached the conclusion that, in mental training management for a top athlete, it is important to relate with him/her a appropriately as well as to offer an appropriate mental training program to him/her. Consequently, it is essential for a sport psychologist to aim at mental support to help a top athlete find his/her own problems while understanding each athlete's mental condition, personality, psychological skills he/she is lacking in.
URI: http://ir.jwcpe.ac.jp/dspace/handle/123456789/537
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