Apr 20, 2018 · Neuropsychologist Shares Pro Hockey Players’ Secrets To Resilience. NHL players have a lot to teach about resilience, says the neuropsychologist for the Wild. (AP Photo/Jim Mone)
Aug 18, 2018 · Neuropsychologist Shares Pro Hockey Players’ Secrets To Resilience One day it really struck Dr. Sonia Coelho Mosch that she was traveling between divergent worlds. Early in the day, the neuropsychologist met with a clinic patient who more than a year before had taken a hit to the head from a relatively flexible object.
Advancing the field of sports neuropsychology, generating and disseminating knowledge regarding brain-behavior relationships as applied to sports, and promoting the welfare of athletes at all levels.
Neuropsychologist Shares Pro Hockey Players’ Secrets to Resilience Professional hockey players who recover quickly after a concussion are the ones who take responsibility for their own health. One of their first questions after an injury is, “What do I have to do?” (Forbes)
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Neuropsychologist Shares Pro Hockey Players’ Secrets To Resilience Going back and forth from evaluating NHL players and her clinical practice, an expert on how the brain works realized the hockey players had adopted …
“Resilience is the process of adapting well in the face of adversity, trauma, tragedy, threats or significant sources of stress — such as family and relationship problems, serious health problems or workplace and financial stressors” according to the American Psychological Association.
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I published a post on Hernandez and other professional players earlier this year entitled CTE and its Violent Underpinning. Recently, former N.E. Patriots player Aaron Hernandez, 27, killed himself in his jail cell and was diagnosed with CTE raising the specter of the role of CTE in the murders Hernandez was accused of committing.