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Johann F., German surgeon, 1792-1847.
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Dieffenbach, in his German translation of the first edition of this Journal.
Moreover, optimism was found to be a key characteristic possessed by Olympic champions (Gould, Dieffenbach, & Moffett, 2002) and successful professional basketball and baseball teams (Seligman, 1990).
Miles Dieffenbach was the only senior starter on the offensive line; he played in four games and started only two after recovering from knee surgery in March.
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He does not stop there, however, but also includes plants named after apothecaries, a few medicinal gods, at least one doctor of divinity, a failed medical student, two kings with medical interests, botanists with strong medical links, and the gardener Joseph Dieffenbach.
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Commentators attribute the success of the Americans to the confidence they have and their strength; this makes sense since success in sports is often attributed to confidence (Feltz, 1988; Gould, Dieffenbach, & Moffat, 2002).
Since the early 1980s sport psychologists have stressed the importance of psychological or mental training through research in areas such as concentration (Durand-Bush, & Salmela, 2002), motivation (Gould, Dieffenbach & Moffett, 2002), imagery (Gould, Eklund & Jackson, 1993) and mental toughness (Jones, Hanton & Connaughton, 2002).