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mental health model


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mental health model

Economic modelling for global mental health

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A model proposing that successful elite athletes generally have greater mental health than unsuccessful athletes. It is based on the observation that many (but by no means all) elite athletes exhibit the psychological profiles of mentally healthy individuals. See also iceberg profile.

Subjects: Sports and Exercise Medicine.


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