Simply select your manager software from the list below and click on download. Neither the author nor the related institution have received any financial benefit from research in this study. The influence of psychological factors on sports injuries has been demonstrated in numerous empirical studies. Almost all investigations have been based on stress theory or a personality-profile approach.
In this context, social support appears to have a buffering effect. According to existing results, the influence of stress-coping strategies is somewhat questionable. From the numerous psychological attributes that have been investigated in relation to sports injuries, only competitive anxiety has been shown to be associated with injury occurrence.
However, several studies have shown a certain readiness to take risks lack of caution, adventurous spirit on the part of injured athletes. In this review, the current knowledge regarding the relationship between psychological factors and sports injuries is presented and a stress theory model is developed. Skip to main content. The American Journal of Sports Medicine. Download Citation If you have the appropriate software installed, you can download article citation data to the citation manager of your choice.
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