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Dr. Michael L. Sachs

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Sport Psychologist

Phone: (215) ***-****  
Email: m***@***.edu
Temple University
1801 N Broad St
Philadelphia , Pennsylvania 19122
United States

Company Description: Founded in 1884 by Dr. Russell Conwell, Temple College was chartered in 1884 and became Temple University in 1907. Today The comprehensive public research...   more
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Education

  • Ph.D. , department of kinesiology
    Temple University
  • Ph.D. , sport psychology
    Florida State University
  • bachelor¡¯s degree , psychology
    Union College
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And I'll try to follow this ...
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And I'll try to follow this wise advice from Michael Sachs, a professor in the department of kinesiology at Temple University: "If the technology starts to control us, we need to take a step back."
Fit Tips
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Michael Sachs, Ph.D., an exercise psychology professor at Temple University in Philadelphia says, "By telling yourself that you 'want' to work out today, you will get in the right mind-set to go to the gym!"
Capital City Road Runners - The fun running club from Fredericton, New Brunswick
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Michael Sachs, a professor at Temple University in Philadelphia who studies exercise addictions and usually runs 18 miles a week, says for most people, running multiple marathons is simply a passion, like skiing or surfing, and not a disorder. He says runners enter addiction territory only when they can't control their urge to race. "If running marathons is at the top of your list of values above all else," says Dr. Sachs, "that might be something to worry about."
"It has a self-reinforcing function," ...
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"It has a self-reinforcing function," says the sports psychologist and Temple University professor Michael Sachs.
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Michael Sachs, Ph.D., an exercise psychology professor at Temple University in Philadelphia says, "By telling yourself that you 'want' to work out today, you will get in the right mind-set to go to the gym!"
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