Departmental Bulletin Paper 小学校期のジュニア選手に対するメンタルトレーニングの実践研究
Mental training for elementary school athletes : A practical study

須﨑, 康臣  ,  山﨑, 将幸  ,  河津, 慶太  ,  阪田, 俊輔  ,  池本, 雄基  ,  髙井, 真佐代  ,  杉山, 佳生

37pp.37 - 45 , 2015-03-26 , 九州大学健康科学編集委員会
The purpose of this study was to examine the longitudinal effects of mental training for junior athletes. Two male athletes in the six grade participated in twelve months of mental training. The mental training program was created from information obtained during interviews and the Diagnostic Inventory of Psychological-Competitive Ability for Athletes (DIPCA.3). The mental training program consists of goal setting, performance routines, relaxation, and logbook tasks. The main results are as follows: 1) Junior athletes can develop psychological problems. 2) Subjects increased their performance routine with pair and relaxation during competition. 3) Subjects' DIPCA.3 scores increased after mental training. 4) Both subjects competed in a national tournament for elementary school athletes. These results suggest that mental training may be effective for elementary school junior athletes.

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