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STEVEN UNGERLEIDER, PhD, is a leading sports psychologist and has served as a consultant to the U.S. Olympic Committee and several college and pro sports organizations. His most recent book, Faust's Gold: Inside the East German Doping Machine, was honored in 2001 as a top "sports book of the year" by Runner's World. He currently resides in Eugene, Oregon.
"To play well, you have to learn to channel the emotions, both the highs and the very lows." --Pete Sampras, number-one ranked tennis player in 1994 "If you haven't done your mental homework in training, you don't have anything to fall back on when you face." --Margaret Groos, 1988 Olympic marathoner "If you can expect the unexpected, you can emotionally lick anyone." --Benji Durden, 1980- Olympic Marathon Team "Mental Training for Peak Performance recounts the personal experiences of athletes who have used mental training to achieve their great successes. It really works!" --Bob Mathias, executive director of the National Fitness Foundation, Fresno, California "A must-read for any athlete who wants to maximize the possibilities of performance." --Donna Lopriano, president of the Women's Sport Foundation, East Meadow, New York