Preliminary predictions of athletic performance among collegiate baseball players with a biopsychosocial model
Ammons Scientific/AmSci Publications
This study investigated the association of nine biopsychosocial variables and athletic performance among 40 elite collegrate baseball players. High scores on confidence and perceived fitness and low scores on repressive denial, strength of religious faith, and sensitivity to glare were reliably associated with ratings of superior athletic performance by four coaches. Preliminary results suggest that the biopsychosocial model may prove useful in predicting athletic performance.
Plante, T. G. & Booth, J. (1995). Preliminary predictions of athletic performance among collegiate baseball players with a biopsychosocial model. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 80, 881-882. (Invited Paper).