Sport Psychology

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Routledge, 1999 - Sports & Recreation - 169 pages
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Sport Psychology is an introductory account of the major psychological issues in sport today. Major theories and up-to-date research are covered in the areas of personality, attitudes to sport, aggression in sport, anxiety and stress, social influences, motivation, and skill acquisition. A wide variety of sporting examples are used, ranging from football to ballet.

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Matt Jarvis is Senior Teaching Psychologist at Totton College and Totton Sports Academy.

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