Second Edition | eBook

Most existing applied sport psychology literature has focused on interventions and techniques. Rather than rework the questions of “what” to do, the second edition of Expert Approaches to Sport Psychology: Applied Theories of Performance Excellence illuminates the questions of “who,” “...


Third Edition | Paperback

Most athletic organizations—ranging from youth and junior level to collegiate and Olympic—have insufficient finances to meet operational need, requiring personnel to learn to proactively address resource deficiencies. This is particularly true in today’s financial landscape, as the volume and...


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The Get Fit Training Manual: Creating an Inclusive Culture of Health for People with Disabilities is the only curriculum-based training program developed for health and wellness management professionals who work with people with a wide variety of needs. Written and compiled by physical...


Third Edition | eBook

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Most athletic organizations—ranging from youth and junior level...


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Every fan knows that individual talent is vital to a team. But sport psychologists understand that the key to success is to incorporate talent into a supportive team unit. The editors of Psychology of Team Sports have assembled a variety of articles to address the psychological issues...


Fifth Edition | eBook

The sport business industry is vast and diverse. Today’s students are tomorrow’s professionals, and it is immensely important for these students to attain the contemporary knowledge necessary to operate successfully in an ever-growing industry. Like no other textbook in the field, ...


Fourth Edition | Paperback

Intercollegiate sport has historically been a source of frustration for and discrimination against African American athletes, coaches, and athletic administrators, and yet is a place of courage and achievement for those who have been given the opportunity to play, coach, and administer college...


Fourth Edition | eBook

Intercollegiate sport has historically been a source of frustration for and discrimination against African American athletes, coaches, and athletic administrators, and yet is a place of courage and achievement for those who have been given the opportunity to play, coach, and administer college...


Fifth Edition | eBook

As sport media communication has become intertwined with the frenetic pace of technology, the bywords have become global interconnectivity and versatility. Media Relations in Sport 5th edition examines the intersection and trajectory of emerging technology, platforms and trends with...


Fourth Edition | eBook

The fourth edition of Psychological Bases of Sport Injuries brings together a diverse and global collection of expert chapter authors to provide insight into the complex intersection of sport psychology and sport injury research. Presenting both applied and theoretical recommendations,...

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