Application of Imagery Techniques to Special Populations

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This article provides insights into the use of imagery procedures with special populations. After an overview of various imagery techniques that have been used to enhance motor performance with normal persons, studies dealing with the elderly, brain and spinal cord injuries, neoplasms, and persons with mental handicaps are discussed. Issues are addressed concerning the use of imagery techniques by the researcher and practitioner. The final section of this paper deals with possible applications of imagery techniques with special populations.

Request reprints from Dr. Paul R. Surburg, Department of Physical Education, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN 47405.

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