New Approaches to Sport and Exercise Psychology
The book is a collection of the keynote addresses of the 11th European Congress of Sport Psychology in Copenhagen, July 2003, including three further articles, one from the president of the congress, Reinhard Stelter, one from the winner of the Young Researchers award, and one from the new president of FEPSAC. The about 450 congress participants showed great interest in the speeches. They are not published anywhere else. The editors regard the article as an important contribution to the future development of sport and exercise psychology.
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New Approaches to Exercise and Sport Psychology Critical Reflections and Useful Recommendations
Reﬂections on an Embodied Sport and Exercise Psychology
Motivation Reconsidered An Actionlogical Approach
Sport and the Psychology of Pain
Psychomotor Approaches and Possibilities in Physical Education and Sports
Exercise and Affect the Study of Affective Responses to Acute Exercise The Dualmode Model
Applied Cognitive Sport Psychology in Team Ball Sports An Ecological Approach
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