The 2013 ISSP World Congress will be held July 21-25, 2013 at the Beijing Sports University, Beijing, China. “Harmony and Excellence in Sport and Life”
For more information, see 2013 ISSP World Congress official website, http://www.issp2013.com/
July 21 (Sunday) - 25 (Thursday), 2013
Beijing Sport University，Beijing，China
Sidonio Serpa, Portugal, Chairman (ISSP President)
Dieter Hackfort, Germany (ISSP Past President)
Athanasios Papaioannou, Greece (Editor of IJSEP)
Liwei Zhang, Beijing, China
Jiaxing Yao, Tianjing, China
Natalia Stambulova, Sweden (ISSP Vice-President)
Traci Statler, USA (ISSP Vice-President)
Abderrahim “Abdou” Baria, Morocco (ISSP Vice-President)
Gangyan Si, Hong Kong, Republic of China (Secretary General)
Tsung-Min Hung, Taiwan, Republic of China (Treasurer)
Liwei, Zhang – Beijing Sport University, China
Important News：Submission deadline for abstracts postponed to Mar. 20, 2013.You are greatly suggested to submit as soon as possible, then you can arrange your schedule and book the hotel timely.
The Scientific Program starts on Sunday 21 July and ends on
Thursday 25 July.
The program consists of:
The program consists of:
Invited symposia by ISSP
Claudio Babiloni: Is There Neural Efficiency in the Athletes’ Brain?
Carl Gabbard: A Bioecological Approach for the Study of Sport and Physical Activity: Tribute to Ruy Krebs
Françoys Gagné: Beyond the DMGT 2.0: A Comprehensive Theory of Talent Development
Stephanie Hanrahan: We Are Not All the Same: Culture and (Dis) Ability in Applied Sport Psychology
Zhijian Huang: Mental Training: New Perspectives
Sophia Jowett: Unleashing the Power of Coach-athlete Relationships
Artur Poczwardowski: What if the Secret is you? In Pursuit of Excellence in Performance Psychology Service Delivery
Peter C. Terry: Developments in Mood Profiling and Mood Regulation for Sport and Exercise
Paul Wylleman: A Developmental and Holistic Perspective on the Athletic Career
Instructions to Presenters
Each classroom is equipped with a computer and a projector.
Presentations should be handed in at least three hours prior to the lecture at the classroom.
Conference volunteers will help you upload your files onto the computer.
Further details on the preparation of your presentation
Store all your files in one folder. Please make sure that graphics, animations and videos and your presentation are all in the same folder.
Avoid creating symbols as graphics or using special fonts that are external to your Microsoft PowerPoint or word processing program since these might be displayed incorrectly. Instead, always use the 'Symbol' function in the 'Insert' menu of your program to insert symbols.
Colors: Use light-colored fonts for texts on dark backgrounds or vice versa. A strong contrast is important for good legibility.
Legibility check: On presentation mode, your text should be large enough to be easily readable 1.5 m away from your computer screen.
The computers are equipped with Office 2003 or latter. Please be aware that presentations made on Macintosh computers generally do not run properly on PC. Please visit the Speakers Centre to check for incompatibilities. Most of them can be fixed there.
The latest version of the Acrobat Reader is installed. PDF files can be presented.
In your presentation, leave appropriate time for discussion and questions from the participants.
How to hand in your presentation
You can use various storage media: USB memory units, CD-Rom, DVD, your own laptop
Speakers Centre (SC)
Please come to the SC the day before or at least three hours prior to your lecture to make sure that your files are compatible with the computer system of Beijing Sport University.
At the SC, you can check and rehearse your presentation.
In the Classroom
Your presentation will be made available in your classroom.
From the lectern you will be able to remote control your presentation.
A laser-pointer will be available.
Neither overhead projector no slide projector will be available in the classrooms; double projection will not be provided.
Sport and exercise Psychology
Mental training and preparation for performance enhancement
Cognition in sport
Motivation in sport
Mood and emotion in sport
Burn out and overtraining
Psychological factors in injury prevention and rehabilitation
Psychophysiology and neuroscience perspective
Morality in sport
Psychology of coaching
Psychological benefits of exercise
Exercise in psychotherapy
Psychological aspects of youth sport
Career development and career Transitions in sport
Life-span development issues
Eating disorder issues
Please direct questions regarding your presentation to the Congress Manager.
Invited Symposia by ISSP
Colleagues who have been invited to chair a symposium were asked to gather a group of speakers and discussants for a lively exchange on the state of research and future challenges in a specific field. An Invited Symposium lasts 90 minutes, containing four to six presentations and discussion.
Confirmed ISSP Invited Symposia
Beijing Sport University
No. 48, Information Road, Haidian District,
Beijing, 100084, China
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