IMAGERY REVIEW - MIXED CONCEPTS
Howe, B. L. (1991). Imagery and sport performance. Sports Medicine, 11, 1-5.
This article reviews imagery research and general postulations. It is incisive about the standard of research which often leaves much to be desired. Consequently, many weak studies have produced conflicting results for almost all areas of postulation.
However, the article itself is confounded for it mixes practice/learning concepts with performance-enhancement concepts and fails to mention the differentiation. This is yet another example of the confusion that exists in this field. It typifies many pronouncements about imagery that assume there is only one form of imagery and its underlying parameters are appropriate for all physical activity settings.
Implications. Generalizations were as follows.
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