Vous trouverez ci-dessous des références concernant la recherche et la pratique dans les domaines de la santé mentale et du sport.

Cette concentration intense — cette capacité à se concentrer uniquement sur une cible et remporter l’or — c’est en fait très similaire chez les personnes atteintes de troubles alimentaires.
— Sue Huff | Eating Disorder Support Network of Alberta | Comme cité par CBC

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Les athlètes qui protègent physiquement leurs coéquipiers semblent être les plus vulnérables puisqu’ils ont peur lorsqu’ils doivent se battre - il y a une composante physique, mais aussi une composante émotionnelle… Ils se gèrent malgré ce qu’ils ont fait, ils ont à faire avec la douleur et prennent des antidouleurs qui sont facilement disponibles dans les équipes, et ça part de là. Vous envisagez la possibilité d’une commotion cérébrale et ça devient une combinaison dangereuse.
— Laurie A. de Grace | Chercheuse | Comme cité par Science Daily