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Suggested Citation:"Title Page." National Research Council. 1988. Enhancing Human Performance: Background Papers, Improving Motor Performance. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/782.
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A Re~rised Meta-analysis of the Mental Practice Literature on Motor Slcill Learning Deborah L. Feltz Michigan State University Danie 1 M . Lande rs Arizona State Un~versity Betsy J. Becker Michigan State Un_versity Running head: M ENT A L P RA C TI CE Send correspondence to: Deborah L . Fe ltz Rm. 210, I .~. Sports Circle School of Hea 1th c~ducation, Couns cling Psychology and lIu ma n Pe rf or ma n ce i c h i ga n S t a t e Eas t Lansing, Uni ve rs ity MI 48824

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