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Sport and Exercise Psychology. Practitioner Case Studies. BPS Textbooks in Psychology

  • ID: 3615706
  • Book
  • 516 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Sport and Exercise Psychology: Practitioner Case Studies focuses on the most current issues in the field, integrating research and practice to develop a coherent understanding of current knowledge, future research directions and applied implications within the field. This is the first book to include theory–based case studies for sport performance, exercise and skill acquisition in one publication. This text provides content that is directly applicable to those students wishing to enter the profession via various national accreditation schemes, in addition to providing chartered psychologists with a text that can directly inform their reflections of their own practice. Sport and Exercise Psychology is supported by an online learning environment that includes talking heads videos for each chapter, further resources, questions and links to relevant external materials.
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About the Contributors


About the companion website

Part 1: Sport and performance psychology

Chapter 1 IntroductionStewart Cotterill, Gavin Breslin, and Neil Weston

Chapter 2 Managing difficult interpersonal relationships: A basic psychological needs approachRichard Hampson and Chris Harwood

Chapter 3 The use of team strengths at a major championshipTim Holder

Chapter 4 Concentration and optimal performance under pressureStewart Cotterill and Aidan Moran

Chapter 5 A search for meaning: An integrative approach to stress management following a career–ending injuryChris Wagstaff

Chapter 6 Personality and group functioning: Managing a narcissist s egoChelsey Dempsey, Chin Wei Ong, Ross Roberts and Tim Woodman

Chapter 7 Returning to sport following serious injury: A case study of a professional rugby union playerLynne Evans

Chapter 8 Transition indecision: A case study of an athlete s move from playing to coachingRobert Morris and David Todd

Chapter 9 Ahead of the competition: Anxiety control in archeryJo Batey and Rebecca Symes

Part 2: Coaching psychology

Chapter 10 Impression management in professional football: A case study from the coach s perspectiveAndrew Manley and Richard Thelwell

Chapter 11 Managing coach stress in teams through enhanced role clarity and communicationNeil Weston

Chapter 12 Training a coach to be autonomy–supportive: An avenue for nurturing mental toughnessJohn Mahoney, Daniel Gucciardi, Sandy Gordon and Nikos Ntoumanis

Chapter 13 Creating a successful and effective coaching environment through interpersonal sports coachingVaithehy Shanmugam and Sophia Jowett

Part 3: Motor Learning and control

Chapter 14 The role of psychology in enhancing skill acquisition and expertise in high performance programmesKeith Davids, Ian Renshaw, Ross Pinder, Dan Greenwood and Sian Barris

Chapter 15 Developing motor skill in practice: A case of mastering heelflipsKeith Lohse and Nicola Hodges

Chapter 16 Improving anticipation in racket sports: An evidence–based interventionDavid Hendry, Colm Murphy, Nicola Hodges and Mark Williams

Part 4: Psychology of physical activity and exercise

Chapter 17 Promoting physical activity in Ireland: A case study of All Island All Active (AIAA)Gavin Breslin, Fiona Chambers and Deirdre Brennan

Chapter 18 Athlete well–beingAbbe Brady

Chapter19 Physical activity and self–concept: A humanistic interventionSusan ONeil and John Kremer

Chapter 20 Developing a school based physical activity protocol for those with Intellectual disability and exerciseBen Fitzpatrick, Laurence Taggart and Gavin Breslin

Chapter 21 Exercise and body imageRuth Lowry

Chapter 22 Physical Activities to improve Children s Health (PATCH): Implementing a school based intervention for childrenGavin Breslin, Conor Cunningham and Marie Murphy

Chapter 23 Contemporary lifestyle interventions for public health – Potential roles for professional sports clubsColin Baker, Elizabeth Loughren, Diane Crone, Adam Tutton and Peter Aitken

Chapter 24 Exercise dependenceDavid Smith, Bruce Hale and Christine Selby

Chapter 25 Long–term behaviour change through an exercise intervention during breast cancer treatmentAnna Campbell and Kate Hefferon


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Stewart Cotterill
Neil Weston
Gavin Breslin
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