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After Action (AAR) and Hot Reviewing in sport: An overview
  In a range of performance areas, it has become common practice to engage in 'huddles' or times out. The purpose being to reorient individual or team performance to the goals establishing in planning or preparation. However few contexts are so time constrained as
those experienced in sport. The half time break in many sports is less that 15 minutes, less once all the players have left the field and attended to medical and nutritional needs. There are many important questions about how these breaks in play should be approached. This
paper examines the theoretical basis of AAR and Hot reviewing in military and medical context's and identifies areas of commonality which assist in developing effective interventions.

  • Type:

    Conference Paper (unpublished)

  • Date:

    11 December 2017

  • Publication Status:


  • Library of Congress:

    GV Recreation Leisure

  • Dewey Decimal Classification:

    796 Athletic & outdoor sports & games

  • Funders:

    Edinburgh Napier Funded


Westbury, T. (2017, December). After Action (AAR) and Hot Reviewing in sport: An overview. Paper presented at British Psychological Society Division of Sport and Exercise Psychology, Glasgow, Scotland


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