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Essential Readings in Sport and Exercise Psychology.


Essential Readings in Sport and Exercise Psychology.

Daniel E. Smith, Michael Bar-Eli

Copyright 2007 ISBN: 0736057676

ISBN13: 9780736057677

Table of Contents

Part I: Understanding the Historical Foundations

1. The Dynamogenic Factors in Pacemaking and Competition

Norman Triplett

2. The Relation of Strength of Stimulus to Rapidity of Habit Formation

Robert M. Yerkes and John D. Dodson

3. Getting Ready to Coach

Coleman Griffith

4. America's First Sport Psychologist

5. About Smocks and Jocks.

Rainer Martens

Part II: Understanding Individual Differences Among Sport Participants

6. The Trait Psychology Controversy

William P. Morgan

7. Emotions and Athletic Performance: Individual Zones of Optimal Functioning Model

Yuri L. Hanin

8. A Multidimensional Theory of Competitive State Anxiety

Rainer Martens, Damon Burton, Robin S. Vealey, Linda A. Bump, and Daniel E. Smith

9. Motivation in Sport Settings: A Goal Perspective Approach

Joan L. Duda

10. Does the Iceberg Profile Discriminate Between Successful and Less Successful Athletes? A Meta-Analysis

Allan J. Rowley, Daniel M. Landers, L. Blaine Kyllo, and Jennifer L. Etnier

11. Personality and Intellectual Capabilities in Sport Psychology

Gershon Tenenbaum and Michael Bar-Eli

Part III: Understanding Sport and Exercise Environments

12. Peak Experiences in Sport
Kenneth Ravizza

13. Cooperative Games: Systematic Analysis and Cooperative Impact

T.D. Orlick, Jane McNally, and Tom O'Hara
14. Behavioral Research and Intervention in Youth Sports

Ronald E. Smith and Frank L. Smoll

15. Factors Influencing the Occurrence of Flow State in Elite Athletes

Susan A. Jackson
16. Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivation in Sport: Toward a Hierarchical Model

Robert J. Vallerand and Stéphane Perrault

Part IV: Understanding Group Processes

17. Team Performance Outcome and the Cohesiveness of Competitive Coacting Groups

Daniel M. Landers and Günther Lüschen

18. Cohesiveness and Performance in Sport Groups

Diane L. Gill

19. Dimensions of Leader Behavior in Sports: Development of a Leadership Scale

Packianathan Chelladurai and S.D. Saleh
20. The Development of an Instrument to Assess Cohesion in Sport Teams: The Group Environment Questionnaire
Albert V. Carron, W. Neil Widmeyer, and Lawrence R. Brawley

21. Building Bridges for Disengagement: The Transition Process for Individuals and Teams

Steven J. Danish, Susanna S. Owens, Scott L. Green, and John P. Brunelle

Part V: Enhancing Performance

22. The Arousal-Performance Relationship Revisited

Daniel M. Landers

23. The Effects of Mental Practice on Motor Skill Learning and Performance: A Meta-Analysis

Deborah L. Feltz and Daniel M. Landers

24. The Application of Sport Psychology for Performance Optimization

Daniel Gould and Robert C. Eklund

25. Mental Training With Children for Sport and Life

Terry Orlick and Nadeane McCaffrey

26. The Coleman Roberts Griffith Address: Three Myths About Applied Consultancy Work

Lew Hardy

27. Imagery Use by Athletes: Development of the Sport Imagery Questionnaire

Craig R. Hall, Diane E. Mack, Allan Paivio, and Heather A. Hausenblas

28. Reliability and Validity of the Attentional and Interpersonal Style (TAIS) Inventory Concentration Scales

Robert M. Nideffer

29. Self-Confidence and Sports Performance

Deborah L. Feltz

30. Future Directions in Psychological Skills Training

Robin S. Vealey

31. Effect of Goal Difficulty, Goal Specificity and Duration of Practice Time Intervals on Muscular Endurance Performance

Michael Bar-Eli, Gershon Tenenbaum, Joan S. Pie, Yaacov Btesh, and Asher Almog

Part VI: Enhancing Health and Well-Being

32. Toward a Cognitive-Affective Model of Athletic Burnout

Ronald E. Smith

33. A Model of Stress and Athletic Injury: Prediction and Prevention

Mark B. Andersen and Jean M. Williams

34. Historical and Conceptual Roots of Exercise Psychology.

W. Jack Rejeski and Amy Thompson

35. Increasing Physical Activity: A Quantitative Synthesis

Rod K. Dishman and Janet Buckworth

36. Psychological Effects of Endogenous Testosterone and Anabolic-Androgenic Steroids

Michael S. Bahrke

37. Social Influence and Exercise: A Meta-Analysis

Albert V. Carron, Heather A. Hausenblas, and Diane E. Mack

38. Exercise Motivation Across the Life Span

Stuart J.H. Biddle

Part VII: Facilitating Psychological Growth and Development
39. Coach Effectiveness Training: A Cognitive-Behavioral Approach to Enhancing Relationship Skills in Youth Sport Coaches

Ronald E. Smith, Frank L. Smoll, and Bill Curtis

40. Understanding Attrition in Children's Sport

Daniel Gould

41. Sport as a Context for Developing Competence

Steven J. Danish, Albert J. Petitpas, and Bruce D. Hale

42. Can Sports Build Character?

David Light Shields and Brenda Light Bredemeier

43. Toward a Multidimensional Definition of Sportsmanship

Robert J. Vallerand, Paul Deshaies, Jean-Pierre Cuerrier, Nathalie M. Briere, and Luc G. Pelletier
44. "That's What Friends Are For": Children's and Teenagers' Perceptions of Peer Relationships in the Sport Domain

Maureen R. Weiss, Alan L. Smith, Marc Theeboom

Part VIII: Understanding Professional Issues

45. Science, Knowledge, and Sport Psychology

Rainer Martens

46. Critical Issues Confronting the Advancement of Applied Sport Psychology

John M. Silva III, David E. Conroy, and Samuel J. Zizzi

47. Applied Sport Psychology: Issues and Challenges

Robert S. Weinberg

48. The Coleman Roberts Griffith Address: Toward the Integration of Theory, Research, and Practice in Sport Psychology

Albert V. Carron

49. Ethical Beliefs and Behaviors in Applied Sport Psychology: The AAASP Ethics Survey

Albert J. Petitpas, Britton W. Brewer, Patricia M. Rivera, and Judy L. Van Raalte

50. Certification in Sport and Exercise Psychology

Samuel Zizzi, Leonard Zaichkowsky, and Frank M. Perna

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