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Chronic pain patient and anaesthesia

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The mediation effect of Perceived Social Support and Perceived Stress on the relationship between Emotional Intelligence and Psychological Wellbeing in Male Athletes

Costarelli V, Stamou D. Emotional intelligence, body image and disordered eating attitudes in combat sport athletes. J Exerc Sci Fit 2009; 7: 104–111 10.1016/S1728-869X(09)60013-7 Costarelli V Stamou D Emotional intelligence, body image and disordered eating attitudes in combat sport athletes J Exerc Sci Fit 2009 7 104 111 Cowden RG. Mental toughness, emotional intelligence, and coping effectiveness: an analysis of construct interrelatedness among high-performing adolescent male athletes. Percept Mot Skills 2016; 123: 737–753 10

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Anger Management - Evaluation of a Cognitive-Behavioral Training Program for Table Tennis Players

Introduction Anger in sport Novaco (1986) considers anger as an affective stress reaction which occurs after frustration. In this view, anger as an emotional state is a consequence of experienced physiological arousal and its cognitive interpretation. Thus, anger as a multidimensional construct, is associated with cognitive distortions (e.g., misappraisals and attributions of blame), physiological changes (e.g., hypertension) and behavioral reactions (e.g., facial expressions, verbal/behavioural anger expression strategies; Kassinove and Sukhodolsky

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The relationship between labor pain management, cortisol level and risk of postpartum depression development: a prospective nonrandomized observational monocentric trial

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Impact of Sport-related Games on High School Students’ Communication Skills

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Body Dissatisfaction and Self-Esteem in Female Students Aged 9-15: the Effects of Age, Family Income, Body Mass Index Levels and Dance Practice

pressures: gender and age differences. Salud Mental, 2010; 33: 21-29 Forney KJ, Ward RM. Examining the moderating role of social norms between body dissatisfaction and disordered eating in college students. Eat Behav, 2013; 14: 73-78 Greenberger E, Chen C, Dmitrieva J, Farruggia SP. Item-wording and the dimensionality of the Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale: do they matter? Pers Individ Dif, 2003; 35: 1241-1254 Griffiths LJ, Parsons TJ, Hill AJ. Self-esteem and quality of life in obese children and adolescents: a systematic

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Cognitive Scripts, Anxiety and Styles of Coping with Stress in Teenagers Practising Sports

Introduction Sports activity is full of difficult and stressful situations. Even athletes with long-term experience often face problems with emotional regulation, coping with stress and with very strong pre-competition emotions such as anxiety. Thus, young, adolescent athletes seem to be even more prone to these problems. Adolescence is a period of intensive changes and remarkable sensitivity to social assessment, which may lead young people to feel social anxiety. Maturing individuals shape their self-image and the image of the world upon their previous life

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Pulmonary Rehabilitation with a Stabilometric Platform After Thoracic Surgery: A Preliminary Report

postoperative pain syndromes ( Mraz et al., 2005 ). The long-term pain experienced by patients after surgery causes body abnormalities and pathological postures. Patients subconsciously protect themselves against this pain. This situation results in overloading of other elements of the musculoskeletal system with time and disorders of body posture. Additionally, restrictions of the range of motion of the upper limb on the side of the surgery arise and provoke further body posture faults. Therefore, rehabilitation procedures after the thoracic surgery should include exercises

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Neurocognitive Functioning of Sport Climbers

). Disorders of visual-spatial orientation are present in Alzheimer's disease and may be its first symptoms ( Possin, 2010 ; Weintraub et al., 2012 ). In mild cognitive impairments, visual-spatial abilities such as visual-motor coordination, psychomotor speed, visual synthesis, and structural praxis are decreased ( Cho et al., 2015 ; Stegmayer et al., 2016 ; Wojtyńska, 2012 ). Changes in cognitive functioning also occur in terms of cognitive flexibility and planning, which are extremely important during visual-spatial tasks ( Gardner et al., 2013 ). For

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Exercise‐Based Cardiac Rehabilitation with and without Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation and its Effect on Exercise Tolerance and Life Quality of Persons with Chronic Heart Failure

- Minnesota Living with Heart Failure Questionnaire. Repeated measures ANOVA . Discussion From the review of recent studies presented by Banerjee (2010) it follows that lower extremity NMES can be an alternative to conventional exercise-based rehabilitation of CHF patients during exacerbation of the disease, particularly in patients with NYHA IV symptoms and patients before and after heart transplants. NMES is also reported to promote the rehabilitation of CHF patients with motor system disorders preventing them from taking conventional exercise and CHF

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