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Abstract idealized mental visualization improves motor task performance
I practice martial arts (Aikido), which involves a lot of rotation. When practicing, I find that holding an abstract image in my head, instead of thinking about the actual technique, improves my ...
Nov 1 '12 at 20:03
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