Sport Psychology Study: Emotion & Performance
Athletes experience a number of emotions in sport. How athletes control their emotions and how emotions affect their performance is the focus of a University of Toronto research study. During the Robbie International Soccer Tournament June 29 to July 1, a research team will conduct maximum 15 minutes surveys of Robbie athletes after matches. This study is under the direction of Katherine Tamminen, Assistant Professor, Sport and Performance Research Lab in the Faculty of Kinesiology and Physical Education, University of Toronto. Players from the Under 15 to Under 18 divisions will be surveyed. If you are interested in more information about this study email at email@example.com.