AASP Annual Conference
October 24 - 27, 2007
The Association for Applied Sport Psychology holds its annual conference every fall. The goals of the conference include:
promoting the science and practice of sport and exercise psychology,
providing opportunities for professional networking,
discussing information related to theory development and research, and
sharing ideas about the provision of psychological services to consumers.
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2007 Conference Highlights
Coleman Griffith Lecture
Sport Psychology: Field of Dreams?
Robin Vealey, Ph.D.
Health and Exercise Psychology Keynote
Behavioral Choice Theory and Physical Activity
Performance Enhancement and Intervention Keynote
Cultural Studies of Sport Psychology and the Formation of a Multicultural, Socially Just Sport Studies
Three Decades of Research on Coaching Effectiveness: What Do We Know and Where Should We Go?
Plus Much More...
Conference Program - will be posted August 15
Pre-conference 2007 Anti-Doping Congress
47 Lecture sessions
AASP Anti-Doping Congress 2007
Drug Abuse in Sport and Exercise Communities: Coming Clean
The Galt House, Louisville, KY
Tuesday Evening, October 23, 2007 & Wednesday October 24
Congress Sessions will include:
An Ethical Framework for Viewing Doping in Sport
Motivation for Drug Use and Abuse in Sport and Exercise
Repercussions of "Just Come Back Bigger, Son"
Why it's so hard to stop: An introspective on steroid use
Drug Use Across Ages and Stages in Sport and Exercise
Protecting Children from the Role Modeling of Drug Abuse by Elite and Professional Athletes - A Media Perspective
A Round Table: "Bring on the Heavy Hitters"
Does Part of the Solution Lie in the Written Word?
Has the Anti-Drug Coalition A Soul for Social Change?
Identifying Objectives, Components, Process and Evaluation of our Action Plan.....Panel of Faculty
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