The Hidden Influences Behind How Sports Are Played and Games are Won

Mar 2, 2011

Does life explain sports? Is it possible that the same behavioral dynamics that apply to our daily existence are equally applicable to athletics? The authors of Sportscasting contend that the reason refs miss calls is the same reason some parents don’t inoculate their kids and that Tiger Woods is prone to making the same mistakes in high pressure putting situations as any of us. Does defense truly win championships? Is there really such thing as a home field advantage? If so then why don’t athletes pay as much attention to the book of life as they do to playbooks?

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