Career Transitions in Sport: International Perspectives
David Lavallee, Paul Wylleman
Fitness Information Technology, 2000 - Business & Economics - 282 pages
Career Transitions in Sport was written for sport psychologists and other practitioners who are concerned with the well-being of athletes who are facing the difficult transition from a sports career and the regret anxiety and identity loss that can accompany retirement. Career Transitions in Sport is a groundbreaking collaboration by international scholars providing an overview of empirical theoretical and applied perspectives on sports career transitions.
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Causes and Consequences of Sport Career Termination
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