Englisch: The Basic Models of Psychology, Applied to Sports
The Cognitive Model states that our problems can be traced to our thinking processes. If we are what we think we are, then all problems are a result of faulty thinking processes. Interventions help the person change their thinking patterns and expectations. Evaluation comes through a combination of direct measurements, informal observations, and the insight of the person having the problems. By improving our thought processes, we can improve our lives

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