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  1. Hamuro wrote about Berlin and Rose in Roma and Melbourne Visited Medallists have strong influence to my life, education, culture, record as collage Threeimportant factors as influenced Directcommunication Record Description by medallists him/herself Conclusion 1. Influence in development, direct communication, record and own description or media. 2. American major league baseball and dream well-familiar with professional baseball techniques. 3. The survey respondents tended to have extremely high standards for the evaluation of athletes. What is impressive? Emotion type as activation and inhibition towardsport challenge by gold medallistsYukihiroItoigawa(WisdomInc.) What was influenced as bumped fact? Information, Direct watching, Watching by media Not many gold medallists and good influence Experimentalpsychologistas inhibition Laborpsychologist as activation Probability to misunderstanding Categorized well Conversational figure Who’sWho In academic Result Shimizu,I heard his won near Ise shrine by radio Consideration 1. Case study in childhood and school: Cases of both activation and inhibition were found in baseball in prefectures such as Akita, Nagano, Chiba, and Tottori. Fathers' involvement in coaching baseball has both favorable and unfavorable effects on their children. 2. Written answers that supported my experiences: A case in which a tennis player was provided with significant motivation by the school principal was reported, while there were examples in which training on the horizontal bar deteriorated the relationships between teachers and their male and female students. On the other hand, one athlete remembered that his high school teacher discovered his talents in the horizontal bar. 3. Spiritual enhancement and guidance in the community: The histories of excellent athletes are remembered well in the hometowns of such athletes who provided spiritual enhancement and guidance in the community. 4. Cases of Olympic athletes: Recent: Yuko Arimori, who won a silver medal at the 1992 Barcelona Olympics and a bronze medal at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics, marked an era as a female runner. One of those from Okayama, Arimori's hometown, highly evaluated her achievements. Ryoko Tamura and Naoko Takahashi, who won the gold medal in the women’s marathon at the 2000 Sydney Olympics, are Olympic gold medallists known for their displays of inner energy. Some respondents specified that they were greatly impressed by Takahashi’s inner energy. She is the first gold medallist in Japan to become a professional athlete, marking the dawn of another new era in the sports world in Japan, which reached a turning point at the Tokyo Olympics. Introduction  Memory of Kinue Hitomi: Activation in probability, YukoArimor at Junior high school 800 m three times. Inhibition in enthusiasm, died 2 4 years old, Important factors: relative and familiar emotion at home-town Experienced in university Inhibition in memory and direct communication as activation Traditional power and inside work brought good results Spiritual advice, inside work and activation. Pitcher did perfect game showed at memoriam. hop,step and jump had influenced to perfect pitching, imagined Informative society, easily watching but what is good influence for community? Method 1.Questionnaire survey five times from 1995 to 2001, Out of a total of 810 people surveyed, 200 responded. 2. Mikio Oda, who won the gold medal at the 1928 Amsterdam Olympics as case study 3.Lectures were evaluated as listened at critical situation, as Endo(Gymnastics), Inao(pitcher) and Mori(catcher) because of my stressful experiences in sport life. 4.Emotion was evaluated as important psychological value to enhance. Memory Yukio Kasaya by classmate,in MEIJI UNIV. Masahiko Harada by my cousin related with his company Who’s who;Memorized as activation Recalled his or her memory talked at this presentation. Do best! Kyoko Iwasaki by hard favorite sport one Presented at FEPSAC Conference 2003 22th-26th July 2003 Yukihiro Itoigawa , Representative of Wisdom Inc. E-mail:brb10706@nifty.com Web site:http://homepage3.nifty.com/VAN1GURD/