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The Psychology of Peak Performance

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I hope you remember me from past FFL conferences where we have been on the faculty and we have had a chance to talk. I'll be speaking at the DESA meeting in Toronto on "The Psychology of Peak Performance", focusing on peak athletic performance for people who have diabetes. Your experiences will help me to understand what makes a difference.

Your name:
Your e-mail address:  
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1. What part does mental attitude play in your ability to perform at your best?
2. How would you describe the attitude that helps you perform at your best?
3. How do you deal with situations where you do not perform at your best?

For more information, please contact:

Richard R. Rubin, PhD
Professor, Medicine and Pediatrics
The Johns Hopkins University
rrubin4 at

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