Sport and Exercise Psychology

Being Mindful in Sport and Exercise Psychology: Pathways for Practitioners and Students eBook

Being Mindful in Sport and Exercise Psychology: Pathways for Practitioners and Students is a comprehensive resource of the many facets of mindfulness, which is interwoven with many techniques of applied sport and exercise psychology. The book expands upon the fundamentals of mindfulness theory and practice, reviews evidence of its effectiveness, and features numerous case studies that offer readers a fresh perspective of how mindfulness can be applied in diverse, real-world situations.

Being Mindful in Sport and Exercise Psychology: Pathways for Practitioners and Students

Being Mindful in Sport and Exercise Psychology: Pathways for Practitioners and Students is a comprehensive resource of the many facets of mindfulness, which is interwoven with many techniques of applied sport and exercise psychology. The book expands upon the fundamentals of mindfulness theory and practice, reviews evidence of its effectiveness, and features numerous case studies that offer readers a fresh perspective of how mindfulness can be applied in diverse, real-world situations.

Mark B. Andersen

Mark B. Andersen, PhD, is an adjunct professor at Halmstad University in Sweden. He lives in Australia and collaborates intercontinentally with his Swedish colleagues in the areas of research, training, and supervision in applied sport and exercise psychology. He graduated with a PhD in psychology in 1988 from the University of Arizona and became a licensed psychologist in the United States in 1989. In 1994 he immigrated to Australia where he is a registered clinical psychologist.

Samuel J. Zizzi

Samuel J. Zizzi, EdD, CC-AASP, is the Dr. Pat Fehl endowed professor of sport and exercise psychology in the College of Physical Activity and Sport Sciences (CPASS) at West Virginia University (WVU).

Ethical Issues in Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology

Ethical Issues in Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology focuses on a multitude of unique ethical, legal, and related professional challenges faced by sport, exercise, and performance psychology practitioners. The book contains seventeen chapters organized into four sections:

            I.       Ethical Practices
            II.      Specific Populations
            III.     Special Settings
            IV.     Academic Issues

Foundations of Exercise Psychology eBook

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The new edition of Foundations of Exercise Psychology promises to be the most comprehensive textbook of its kind. Robert C. Eklund has joined the writing team of Bonnie G. Berger and Robert S. Weinberg for this edition. The authors expand upon the key concepts and models of the field, focusing on the interrelationships of exercise and psychology. The new edition includes an important new chapter on exercise and cognitive function.

Andrew C. Ostrow

Andrew C. Ostrow completed the Ph.D. degree at the University of California, Berkeley. Currently, he is Professor and Program Coordinator for the Sport Behavior Program, School of Physical Education, at West Virginia University. He also has served as an adjunct professor in the Department of Psychology. Dr. Ostrow has numerous publications and presentations in the sport psychology field.

Robert C. Eklund

Robert C. Eklund, PhD, is presently a professor and chair in physical activity and health in the School of Sport at the University of Stirling in Scotland. Previously, he served as the distinguished professor of Sport Psychology in the Department of Educational Psychology and Learning Systems at Florida State University in Tallahassee Florida while working on chapters for this book. His doctoral degree was earned at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro in Exercise and Sport Science, with a specialization in sport and exercise psychology.

Foundations of Exercise Psychology

The new edition of Foundations of Exercise Psychology promises to be the most comprehensive textbook of its kind. Robert C. Eklund has joined the writing team of Bonnie G. Berger and Robert S. Weinberg for this edition. The authors expand upon the key concepts and models of the field, focusing on the interrelationships of exercise and psychology. The new edition includes an important new chapter on exercise and cognitive function.

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