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Applied Sport Psychology: Personal Growth to Peak Performance

Applied Sport Psychology: Personal Growth to Peak Performance

7th Edition
By Jean Williams and Vikki Krane
ISBN10: 0078022703
ISBN13: 9780078022708
Copyright: 2015
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BRIEF CONTENTS


1 Sport Psychology: Past, Present, Future


Jean M. Williams, University of Arizona, Emeritus; Vikki Krane, Bowling Green State University

PART ONE - LEARNING, MOTIVATION, AND SOCIAL INTERACTION


2 Motor Skill Learning for Effective Coaching and Performance


Cheryl A. Coker, New Mexico State University

3 A Positive Approach to Coaching Effectiveness and Performance Enhancement


Ronald E. Smith, University of Washington

4 The Motivational Climate, Athlete Motivation, and Implications for the Quality of Sport Engagement


Joan L. Duda, The University of Birmingham; Darren C. Treasure, Competitive Advantage International

5 The Self-Fulfilling Prophecy Theory: When Coaches Expectations Become Reality


Thelma Sternberg Horn, Miami University; Curt L. Lox, Southern Illinois University; Francisco Labrador, Wittenberg University

6 Leadership in Sport: The Critical Importance of Coach and Athlete Leadership


Julia D. Sterrett, Lehigh University; Jeff Janssen, Janssen Sports Leadership Center

7 The Sport Team as an Effective Group


Mark A. Eys, Wilfrid Laurier University; Shauna M. Burke, Western University; Paul W. Dennis, York University; Blair Evans, Wilfrid Laurier University

8 Communicating Effectively


David P. Yukelson, The Pennsylvania State University

PART TWO - MENTAL TRAINING FOR PERFORMANCE ENHANCEMENT


9 Psychological Characteristics of Peak Performance


Vikki Krane, Bowling Green State University; Jean M.
Williams, University of Arizona, Emeritus

10 Increasing Awareness for Sport Performance


Kenneth Ravizza, California State University at Fullerton;
Angela Fifer, United States Military Academy

11 Goal Setting for Peak Performance


Daniel Gould, Michigan State University

12 Understanding and Managing Stress in Sport


Sheldon Hanton, Cardiff Metropolitan University, UK;
Stephen Mellalieu, Swansea University, UK; Jean M.
Williams, University of Arizona, Emeritus

13 Seeing Is Believing: Understanding and Using Imagery in Sport


Robin S. Vealey, Miami University; Samuel T. Forlenza, Michigan State University

14 Cognitive Techniques for Building Confidence and Enhancing Performance


Jean M. Williams, University of Arizona, Emeritus; Nate Zinsser, United States Military Academy; Linda Bunker, University of Virginia, Emeritus

15 Concentration and Strategies for Controlling It


Jean M. Williams, University of Arizona, Emeritus; Robert M. Nideffer, Enhanced Performance Systems; Vietta E. Wilson, York University, Emeritus; Marc-Simon Sagal, The Winning Mind

PART THREE - IMPLEMENTING TRAINING PROGRAMS


16 Integrating and Implementing a Psychological Skills Training Program


Robert S. Weinberg, Miami University; Jean M. Williams, University of Arizona, Emeritus

17 Conducting Psychologically Oriented Coach-Training Programs: A Social - Cognitive Approach


Frank L. Smoll, University of Washington; Ronald E. Smith, University of Washington

18 Gender and Cultural Considerations


Diane L. Gill, University of North Carolina at Greensboro; Cindra S. Kamphoff, Minnesota State University, Mankato

PART FOUR - ENHANCING HEALTH AND WELL-BEING


19 When to Refer Athletes for Counseling or Psychotherapy


David Tod, Aberystwyth University; Mark B. Andersen, Victoria University

20 Drug Abuse in Sport: Causes and Cures


Mark H. Anshel, Middle Tennessee State University

21 Athlete Burnout: An Individual and Organizational Phenomenon


J.D. DeFreese, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Thomas Raedeke, East Carolina University; Alan Smith, Michigan State University

22 Injury Risk and Rehabilitation: Psychological Considerations


Jean M. Williams, University of Arizona, Emeritus; Carrie B. Scherzer, Mount Royal University in Calgary, Alberta

23 Career Transition among Athletes: Is There Life after Sports?


David Lavallee, University of Stirling, UK; Sunghee Park, Kookmin University, South Korea; Jim Taylor, San Francisco

24 Exercise Psychology


Rod K. Dishman, The University of Georgia; Heather O. Chambliss, University of Memphis