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Vietta Sue Wilson  

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Sue is a retired professor of York University, where she taught sport psychology, coaching, and self-regulation courses. Her experience includes Biofeedback and Neurofeedback in a medical center, counseling center, businesses, and in schools. For years she ran a program with her graduate students who assessed and trained executives in large organizations including pharmaceutical , paper products, electronics, accounting and the financial industry. Dr. Wilson has served on the Board of Directors for both sports organizations and biofeedback organizations. Sue has worked with a variety of sports and varying levels of experience of athletes. She has worked with the novice athletes to Olympic and world champions. Her Biofeedback and Neurofeedback Performance Enhancement Suite is used world wide for the assessment and training of individuals who wish to attain elite performance. Sue provides training for other clinicians via hands-on seminars or via the web.

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Electroencephalography and Sport; Review and Future Directions (1007 views) The purpose of this paper is to briefly review the psychological traits and states that are believed necessary for performance in competitive sport. This information may help guide areas of brain research that could have a large practical impact upon enhancing performance. The paper will then focus on reviewing studies which used electroencephalography (EEG) to assess brain processing in athletes.