Psychologist shows why we ‘choke’ and how to avoid it

Posted: September 29, 2010 in 1-Sports Psychology, Blog
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Psychologist shows why we ‘choke’ and how to avoid it.

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  1. Thanks for this article Anna. The content has huge implications for performance artists (musicians, singers, dancers) too! Almost every musician I know has a “stage fright” problem at some time, and not just in performance, but often even while jamming with friends, or in the studio. Learning how to calm the “thinking” brain and let the art be smoothly directed out is a skill worth investigating. Pros must know how to do it, but I think they’ve all found individual techniques, some very efficient, but some not (booze, drugs, or advanced neurotic behaviour, etc.)

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