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Exploring the psychological aspects of sport injury
Exploring the psychological aspects of sport injury

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This free course was written by Caroline Heaney. It was first published in August 2019.

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Course image: marino bocelli; Shutterstock

Week 1

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Week 2

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Week 3

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Activity 3: Appaneal, R. N., & Habif, S. (2013). Psychological antecedents to sport injury. In M. Arvinen-Barrow & N. C. Walker (Eds.), The Psychology of Sport Injury and Rehabilitation(pp. 6–22). London: Routledge.

Video 2: European College of Sports Science, ECSS

Week 4

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Week 5

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Video 3: courtesy of Dr. Caroline Heaney

Week 6

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Activity 1: Image: courtesy of Dr. Caroline Heaney

Video 1: courtesy of Athletes Connected; University of Michigan

Video 2: © BBC

Week 7

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Figure 2 (repeated from Session 1): lassedesignen; Shutterstock

Interactive Figure 3: video: ProPerformance.Guru

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Interactive Figure 6: Progressive Muscle Relaxation video: Connelly M, Bickel J, Wingert T, Galemore C. The Headache Action Plan Project for Youth (HAPPY): school nurses as facilitators of system change in pediatric migraine care. NASN Sch Nurse 2018;33(1):40-47. Example of Relaxation Imagery video: Inner Space, Covent Garden, www.innerspace.org.uk. Example of Controlled Breathing video: Therapist Aid

Video 2: courtesy of Athletes Connected, University of Michigan

Week 8

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Video 3: courtesy of Athletes Connected, University of Michigan

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