Psychological Foundations of Sport
John M. Silva, Diane E. Stevens
Allyn and Bacon, 2002 - Education - 558 pages
This book offers readers a solid introduction to sports psychology. For coaches, athletes, or anyone with an interest in sports psychology.
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PART TWO Personality and Performance
PART THREE Motivation and Sport
PART FOUR Emotion and Sport Performance
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ability achievement aggressive behavior anxiety Applied Sport Psychology appraisal arousal assessment athlete's athletes Attribution Theory attributions basketball biofeedback Carron Champaign characteristics cognitive restructuring cohesion coping effective elite emotional enhance evaluation example Exercise Psychology experience explanatory style factors feel female athletes focus football frustration goal setting Gould Hardy Human Kinetics ice hockey imagery important increase individual influence Info Box injury interventions intrinsic motivation involved Journal of Sport learned helplessness learning Meichenbaum mental motivation negative norms Olympic opponent outcome parents participation in sport perceived perceptions personality physiological play players positive programs relationship relaxation response role Salmela self-efficacy self-talk Silva situations skills Smoll soccer social loafing specific Sport and Exercise sport coaches sport confidence sport performance Sport Sciences strategies stress success task team members team-building teammates techniques theory tion Title IX trait trait theory understanding Widmeyer women youth sport