Archive | January, 2011

Super Bowl XLV: The Steelers Have The Mental Edge

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Who Will Win The 2011 Australian Open: 7 Reasons Why Novak Djokovic Will Do It

Jay P. Granat, Ph.D. Founder, www.StayInTheZone.com The 2011 Men’s Australian Open will be an interesting contest between Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic.   So, who will win and why? What determines who  wins big tennis matches? The coauthor of one my books, Carlton Chin and I have studied the winners of big games in detail in […]

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Super Bowl 45: Would You Rather Be A Cheese Head Or A Steel Head?

           This year’s Super Bowl looks like a great match up.  These are two teams with great histories, great talent, superb coaches and great traditions.   I am anticipating a close game which may be decided by one critical mistake.       Right now, The Packers are slight favorites to win this year’s contest.  […]

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Sports Psychology And Football: Cold Weather And Its Impact On NFL Games

Twenty Four Issues Which Require More Research To Help Players, Coaches, Athletic Directors And Owners     Football coaches, team owners, fans and pundits pay attention to the ways that weather can impact the outcome of a football game.     Because I counsel many athletes, teams and coaches on ways to perform their best, I am […]

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Sports Psychology, Rex Ryan And The New York Jets

Recently, I was interviewed by  a reporter from CBS TV regarding Rex Ryan’s approach to coaching. Here is the link to this article.  There is also a video of the interview on line. http://newyork.cbslocal.com/2011/01/18/fans-jets-rex-may-indeed-be-crazy-like-a-fox/  

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Dr. Jay Granat Interviewed About Rex Ryan And The New York Jets

WCBS TV in New York asked me to comment on Rex Ryan’s approach to coaching. The piece is called Inside Rex Ryan’s Head.  It will air tonight on the evening news on WCBS TV in the New York area. Dr. Granat has appeared on WCBS TV before with Cindy Hsu. The piece will also be […]

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Can Sports Help Kids With ADHD? Huffington Post Article

Here is a link to an article on managing ADHD with sports and sport psychology techniques.  This should be of interest to parents who have children with this condition.  The article should also be of interest to coaches who work with kids with ADHD.http://www.huffingtonpost.com/jay-p-granat-phd/adhd-treatment-how-sports_b_809076.html (more…)

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Huffington Post Published Dr. Granat’s Article On ADHD, Sports And Kids

Here is the link to this piece. http://tinyurl.com/48lash8

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Announcing Dr. Granat’s Mental Toughness Challenge

Here is the link to the press release about  this interesting contest for athletes, coaches, parents, survivors and entrepreneurs. http://www.prweb.com/releases/2011/01/prweb4943774.htm

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Who Is The Mentally Toughest Person In America? Top Sports Doctor Announces A New Contest To Find This Remarkable Person

What does it really take to be mentally tough?  Are women mentally tougher than men?  Why do some people perform well under pressure and why do others crumble and choke?   What can be done to help people achieve what they want to achieve when the pressure is really on?  How can we use mental  toughness […]

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Sports Psychology: The Dynamic Relationship Between, Confidence, Focus and Relaxation

   Sports Psychology And The Dynamic Relationship Between Confidence, Focus And Relaxation By Jay P. Granat, Ph.D. Every day, I get calls from parents, kids and coaches who want to learn how to perform better.    Frequently, these callers want to learn skills strategies and tecniques to be confident, focused, less anxious and relaxed when they […]

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