Name Instructors Name Course Date Article Critic A Grounded Theory of Psychological Resilience in Olympic Champions A Grounded Theory of Psychological Resilience in Olympic Champions by David Fletcher & Mustafa Sarkar is an article entailing a study exploring and explaining the relationship between optimal performance ion sports and psychological resilience. The authors argue that an athlete ability to adequately manage stress is a necessity in order to excel in athletics and that the construction of psychological resilience needs to be systematically examined in athletes. From a psychologist perspective it is undeniable that various psychological factors are protecting Olympic champions from possible adverse effects through influencing their Meta cognitions and challenge appraisal. Some of these psychological factors are confidence motivation optimism and focusing. Fletcher and Sarkar's article shows research inclusion of limitations is vital in calculating the possible mistake. Likewise the study makes use of a small sample number. There are hundreds of athletes in the world performing well and taking various medals back to their countries. Having a sample number of twelve is more likely to increase the error of the findings. This is due to the factor that the study might have left out athletes from other nation. However the article is well written and resourceful. This article is of great significance in the sports world since organization athletes coaches will read and use the article hence deploying ways through which they can increase their psychological resilience thus improving their performance. Work Cited FletcheDavidr & Sarkar’sMustafa A Grounded Theory of Psychological Resilience in Olympic Champions. 2012. [...]
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