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Other than this issue, the book is a great read.
Most important, the author uses that scientific insight as a basis for designing practical ways to improve your performance in pressured situations.
Though she is an academic, Beilock writes in an acessible first-person style that makes this book a great read.
Thank you for writing such wonderful and useful book. I plan to utilize the various suggestions to help my students with their fears and anxieties of mathematics. Read morePublished 1 month ago by J. Nellessen
it is nice to have recorded evidence for the backup of presumed knowledge.Published 1 month ago by Daniel Barrett
I am the head coach of Columbia University’s fencing team and was the Olympic Fencing Coach for team USA Modern Pentathlon in London 2012. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Michael Aufrichtig
I would not recommend this book for anyone with even an elementary understanding of stressful situations. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Dibbons
It was hailed being far more helpful that it was. It was too wordy and too long, It could have been written in two chapters.Published 4 months ago by Vera McEwen
Choke is an important attempt to take an academic topic and make it applicable in the worlds of: sports, business and artistic performance - really "performance" in... Read morePublished 5 months ago by jimbono
Very insightful. As a teacher and coach, this book has some great explanations for why people don't perform under pressure. Read morePublished 6 months ago by coach.n.teacher
a very useful discussion the dynamics of stereotypes how to dispel them. Read it while you're young! It would have been an even better rad in my teens.Published 9 months ago by George
Choke is a detailed, convincing and riveting read. With the latest in brain-imaging technology, including fMRI scanners, scientists have been able to pinpoint, with incredible... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Winston D. Jen