The effects of coping skills on physiological and cognitive adaptation to a high risk activity
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The effects of coping skills on physiological and cognitive adaptation to a high risk activity

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  • Risk-taking (Psychology),
  • Sports -- Psychological aspects.,
  • Relaxation.

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Statementby Debra Anne Lewis.
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Paginationix, 81 leaves
Number of Pages81
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Open LibraryOL17698626M

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