Good Sports : Building Social Skills Through Sports Training
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The author developed a curriculum to reduce impulsive and aggressive behavior through the ABC's of social skill development : Affective, Behavioral, and Cognitive Training. Combining insights from educational and sports psychology, it uses tennis training to teach children skills in feelings, physical behavior, and thinking. The curriculum is oriented toward reducing impulsive behavior that often characterizes tennis players from Juniors on up.
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