Subject: PsychologyPrimary location: Canada
Published in:Journal of Applied Sport PsychologyPublication date:2013-10-01
It is often assumed that individual sport athletes are 'on their own' as they compete, and that team dynamics play a relatively small role in these...
Published in:European Journal of Sport SciencePublication date:2013-09-05
When runners and other athletes compete, they often fall behind their goals. In turn, they typically experience negative feelings as a result. Par...
Published in:Research Quarterly for Exercise and SportPublication date:2013-09-01
Published in:Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in SportsPublication date:2014-04-16
Sport team interdependence structures
Although individual sport teams are united by the fact that members compete individually, they can vary greatly according to the degree that member...
Published in:Canadian Psychology/Psychologie canadiennePublication date:2012-01-01
We describe how interdependence among team members shapes the way that members interact because it determines how the actions of one individual imp...
Published in:Sport Exercise and Performance PsychologyPublication date:2014-01-01
When we think about objectives involving exercise, many individuals focus on things that are relatively far away - many months or even years away. ...
Published in:Journal of Sports SciencesPublication date:2014-08-21
Although we know a fair amount about pre-competitive emotions such as anxiety, there is limited research exploring the types of thoughts (i.e., app...
Published in:Applied Psychology Health and Well-BeingPublication date:2014-09-10
Exercise Outcome Proximity
When you think of exercise outcomes, do you think of things that won't happen for a very long time, or things that happen during or directly happen...
Published in:Journal of Applied Sport PsychologyPublication date:2015-02-03
By creating personal identities that encompass the groups we belong to, we can develop a positive sense for who we are and our place within the wor...
Published in:The Sport PsychologistPublication date:2015-06-01
Published in:The Sport PsychologistPublication date:2015-03-01
Although tightly-knit sport groups are often idealized, it is often inevitable that smaller subgroups of team members will form close bonds within ...
Published in:Journal of Sport Psychology in ActionPublication date:2013-01-01
Published in:Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in SportsPublication date:2015-04-27
Socialization in team sport
Published in:British Journal of Sports MedicinePublication date:2015-05-07
This work establishes understanding about how to report-on coach development programs, and how to develop programs in the future, that can be adapt...
Published in:International Journal of Sport and Exercise PsychologyPublication date:2016-08-08
Published in:Routledge Companion to Sport and Exercise PsychologyPublication date:Not available
Published in:PsycEXTRA DatasetPublication date:2011-01-01
Published in:The Sport PsychologistPublication date:2017-03-01
Published in:Pediatric Exercise SciencePublication date:2016-05-01
Published in:Sport Exercise and Performance PsychologyPublication date:2015-01-01
Published in:Sport Exercise and Performance PsychologyPublication date:2016-01-01
Published in:Archives of Physical Medicine and RehabilitationPublication date:2017-02-01
Published in:Self and IdentityPublication date:2018-02-08
Published in:Journal of Sport and Exercise PsychologyPublication date:2018-07-12
Published in:The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Child DevelopmentPublication date:Not available
Published in:Journal of Spinal Cord MedicinePublication date:2018-09-05
Published in:Sport Exercise and Performance PsychologyPublication date:2018-05-01
Published in:Psychology of Sport and ExercisePublication date:2018-07-01
Published in:British Journal of Sports MedicinePublication date:2016-12-16
Published in:Psychology of Sport and ExercisePublication date:2017-03-01