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Opportunities in Neuroscience for Future Army Applications <<div class="chaptertitlegroup"> Appendix C Sampling of Behavioral and Neuropsychological Literature (2001-2007) on High-Performance Athletes The numbered references in this list are keyed to the discussion in Chapter 3 of topics in the extensive literature on behavioral and cognitive-neural aspects of athletes. Committee members also recommended several older studies or reviews (published prior to 2001) that are important sources for a subject area. TRAINING METHODS, PERFORMANCE EVALUATION, SOCIAL INTERACTIONS, AND PSYCHOLOGICAL ISSUES 1. Abbott A, Collins D. Eliminating the dichotomy between theory and practice in talent identification and development: considering the role of psychology. J Sports Sci. 2004 May;22(5):395-408. 2. Abrahamsen FE, Roberts GC, Pensgaard AM. An examination of the factorial structure of the Norwegian version of the sport anxiety scale. Scand J Med Sci Sports. 2006 Oct;16(5):358-63. 3. 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