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Martin Hagger is a research professor with diverse research interests in the areas of health and social psychology. His main focus is the social processes involved in people’s "self-regulation" of social and health behaviour. He's interested in how psychological factors such as attitudes, intentions, self-control, action plans, and motives affect their behaviour and what health professionals can do to change health-related behaviour.

Martin is the Director of the Health Psychology and Behavioural Medicine Research Group at Curtin University. He's also editor-in-chief of Health Psychology Review and Stress and Health and editorial board member of eight other international peer-reviewed journals. In 2013, he was awarded the title of John Curtin Distinguished Professor, a "high honour that recognises capacity to provide significant and sustained contribution to the University". He was also awarded Researcher of the Year in the Faculty of Health Sciences at Curtin University.

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    10 Insights from the Mind of a Professional Athlete, with Martin Hagger 10 Insights from the Mind of a Professional Athlete, with Martin Hagger Presentation Transcript

    • THE MAKING OF A CHAMPION we help you discover smarter ways to think, grow, and live.
    • This presentation consists of 10 highlights from the interview with Moe Abdou, founder & host of 33voices®.
    • Martin Hagger Martin is the Director of the Health Psychology and Behavioural Medicine Research Group at Curtin University. He’s also editor-in-chief of Health Psychology Review and Stress and Health and editorial board member of eight other international peer-reviewed journals. In 2013, he was awarded the title of John Curtin Distinguished Professor, a “high honour that recognises capacity to provide significant and sustained contribution to the University”. He was also awarded Researcher of the Year in the Faculty of Health Sciences at Curtin University. @MartinHagger
    • 1 To have the mental resilience and control of a champion athlete. make your mental preparation as high a priority as your physical preparation.
    • 2 If you think you can win, you might. if you know you can win, you will.
    • 3 To elevate your state of focus or flow, first give up your negative thought. it will defeat you.
    • 4 Next time you find yourself stuck or anxious, slow things down and reestablish a rhythm.
    • 5 How you view yourself will either boost or diminish your confidence. greatness is in the eye of the beholder.
    • 6 Keep in mind that your behavior is always reinforcing; it reflects your highest aspirations. align your goals and priorities appropriately.
    • 7 Your environment matters. social support is a more powerful method of adjusting your behavior.
    • 7 Your environment matters. social support is a more powerful method of adjusting your behavior.
    • 8 Use imagery and visualization to internalize success. your brain doesn’t distinguish the difference between the actual event and your movie.
    • 9 It’s always damaging to personalize your setbacks. unless you first learn to lose, you won’t appreciate how to win.
    • 10 Next time you have a false start, remember this mantra ‘get back to zero.’
    • REALLY REFLECT Do you have a mental training regiment?
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