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Sport psychology research helps athletes and teams perform better in their sport and win gold medals, but the intensity of training and the commitment that athletes often make to achieve success can also have negative consequences.

As the demands associated with high-performance sport have increased over the years, so has the interest in the skills developed by athletes during their sporting careers.

In essence, moving up from juniors and becoming a professional athlete represents the contrast between; participating mainly for enjoyment, and delivering the results associated with senior status.

After delivering a successful programme of CPD events in 2011, the Division of Sport and Exercise Psychology (DSEP) are pleased to provide four workshops whi

A new report highlights some of ways psychological research has helped Team GB limber up for London 2012.

Many sportsman have claimed that the period of time just before a sporting encounter starts can be very important in determining the result of the competition.