Psycho-social Issues and Interventions in Elite Sports
P. Lang, 1994 - Sports & Recreation - 263 pages
As central psycho-social issues in elite sports -Career in Elite Sport-, -Drop out-, and -Career Counseling- have been considered in this volume. Outstanding authors from Canada, North America and Germany provide contributions, out of the psychological, pedagogical, and sociological perspective. Theoretical concepts and empirical findings are brought together for a substantial discussion leading also to well founded strategies for interventions."
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Introduction D Hackfort
Phases and transitions across sport careers
D A Sinclair and T Orlick
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2nd Order ability adolescents aspects assessment athlete's athletic career attrition rates career counselors career drop-out CC real coaches and athletes competitive sport conflicts Contacts/Cooperation cooperate coping core tasks counseling and environmental developmental drop elite sports environment environmental management experts factors female athletes field athletes field of activity Gabler Germany groups gymnasts Hackfort high performance sport Holz important individual Information/Counseling injuries interviews involved Kroger Leistungssport male mental management motivation Olympic Training Centers organize orientation Orlick participation pedagogical peripheral task perspective Petlichkoff phase position problems professional psychological regard relevant retirement role Saarland sample Schorndorf sector situation social social exchange theory specific sport career sport pedagogy Sport Psychology sport withdrawal sports medicine Supplementary Education talent task classification tion top level athletes top-level sport track and field transition Weiss West Germany withdraw from sport X X X young athletes youth sport