Archive | August, 2009

Sports Psychology, Baseball, The New York Yankees And Walk Off Wins

           The New York Yankees now have twelve walk off wins this season.  This amounts to a walk off win in almost one of every ten games they have played thus far in the 2009 baseball schedule.            Walk off wins like this can have a profound impact on a team’s success for […]

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How To Manage School Stress

School will be starting for students in Bergen County shortly and the beginning of the academic year can create a lot of stress and a lot of challenges for young people and their parents. Moms and dads may have forgotten some of the challenges that school can create for young people. Depending on the age […]

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Dr. Granat writes an article on Golf, Psychology And Hypnosis for the Annual Review of Golf Coaching And Sports Science

The article outlining a few case histories will come out in the next edition.  For more articles, visit www.stayinthezone.com

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What Percentage Of Golf Is Mental And What Percentage Is Physical?

   To play great golf, you need to be physically sound and mentally tough.    That’s why Dr. Jay Granat and Dr. Steven Eisenberg have joined forces.  Jay P. Granat, Ph.D, Founder of www.stayinthezone.com, and author of How To Lower Your Golf Score With Sport Psychology and Self-Hypnosis, http://stayinthezone.com/golf.htm  and Steven Eisenberg a PGA teacher […]

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What Can We Learn From Michael Vick? Should Professional Sports Hold Athletes To Higher Standards?

   Michael Vick’s return to the National Football League has sparked much debate and a great deal of controversy.        Some people believe he has paid his debt to society and that he  should be given a second chance at rebuilding his life and getting on a more positive path.  He could become a powerful […]

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StayInTheZone.com Receives An Award And Seal Of Approval From GoodTherapy.org

Since these is some good information on www.stayinthezone.com, the site recently received “a seal of approval” from  www.goodtherapy.org. Here is a link: <a href=”http://www.goodtherapy.org/” target=”_blank” title=”Approved by GoodTherapy.org Therapist Directory”><img height=”45″ width=”189″ src=”images/ApprovedBlue.jpg” border=”0″ alt=”GoodTherapy.org Therapist Directory”></a></td>

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Dr. Jay Granat Helps Dr. John Murray Get His Sports Psychology Book Published

I recently helped Dr. Murray to get his new sport psychology book published. I placed him and his agent in contact with a publisher who has done a few of my books. For more information, go to www.stayinthezone.com

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American Psychological Association Asks Dr. Granat To Include His Abstract And Power Point Presentation On APA Psych Extra

After my recent lecture at the annual meeting in Toronto, Canada, The American Psychological Association asked me to include my abstract in their information data base. I will look forward to seeing these materials. I need to thank my son for putting the power point slides together.

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Why Are Sports Fans So Crazy?

A few days ago, a reporter for a California newspaper called me and asked me to explain why sports fans do such crazy things. Some years ago,  I wrote an article about violence in sports and included some thoughts on the behavior of fans,  players and coaches. This article lead to my appearing on Good  […]

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Dr. Jay Granat Mentioned In Sports Business Journal

Here is the link to this article about my being a part of a speaker’s bureau run by Ira Silverman. http://www.sportsbusinessjournal.com/index.cfm?searchType=basic&fuseaction=archive.perform_search&keyword=Dr.+Jay+Granat

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How To Be Successful At Writing Books, Articles And Self-Products

Want to be a successful writer?  Want to have your articles appear in top publications?  Tired of having your manuscripts rejected by publishers and agents?  Want to use your writing to promote your business,  your practice or your consulting work? Jay Granat, Ph.D. will teach psychologists, psychiatrists and mental health professionals how to be successful at […]

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Want To Win More Tennis Matches On Grass? 16 Simple Tips For Tennis Players Of All Levels

Check out this article. http://ezinearticles.com/?id=2706602

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Tennis Tips: 17 Ways To Win On Grass

       I have coached many tennis players and recently I played my first match on grass.  Here are a few observations and tips for winning on this surface. 1.  Take the ball early. 2.  Shorten the points. 3.  Shorten your backswing to compensate for the speed of the surface. 4.   Practice getting down low […]

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Tennis Tips: 16 Ways To Be A Winner On Grass

I have coached many tennis players and recently I played my first match on grass. Here are a few observations and tips for winning on this surface.1. Take the ball early.2. Shorten the points.3. Shorten your backswing to compensate for the speed of the surface.4. Practice getting down low to get those low shots.5. Think […]

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