Experts in Sport – ‘Choking’ and performance under pressure in golf
Golf continues to dominate the news headlines following Europe’s thrilling Solheim Cup victory, and the Ryder Cup also turning heads in Rome. In a sport widely recognised for the pressures it presents, how can individuals adapt to play their best game?
How rape myths and unconscious biases prejudice the judicial system against women – and rape survivors in particular
It is well documented that women who are sexually assaulted, or raped, rarely report the crime to the police. The US charity, the Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network, has shown that one in six women in the US has been the victim of rape or attempted rape, yet two in three rapes go unreported. For women under 25, that figure drops to one in five.
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