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Psychology of Officiating by Robert Stephen Weinberg, Peggy A. Richardson

Psychology of Officiating

Description : This book is devoted solely to the mental aspects of officiating, applicable to any sport. This book aims to help one learn to officiate at one's psychological optimum from preseason to postseason.

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Authors : Robert Stephen Weinberg, Peggy A. Richardson

Published Date : 1990

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ISBN : 0880114002

Page : 184 Pages

Categories : Games

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