Sport and Exercise Psychology

Fred Borden is widely regarded as the premier coach/educator in the history of the sport. As Team USA Head Coach, he achieved a long series of successes on the world stage and has continuously provided consultation to the top professionals and pro staffs. He has published 14 books, created numerous instructional videos, and taught bowling in over 50 countries.

Dr. Eric S. Lasser has provided sport psychology services for over 20 years to athletes and their families, coaches, teams, and organizations.

Coach Dale Brown, one of the outstanding personalities in college athletics, began his 44-year coaching career as a high school wrestling, football, and track coach. He served as an assistant coach for 5 years at Utah State and 1 year at Washington State University before becoming head coach at Louisiana State University.

Dr. Burke is professor and chairperson of the Department of Kinesiology at Towson University. He received the Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology and recreational studies (double major), with a minor in sociology, from Belmont Abbey College.
 

Allan Paivio is the author of a general theory of cognition, called dual coding theory, which assumes that all human cognition entails the cooperative activity of multimodal verbal and nonverbal (especially imagery) processing systems.

Diane E. Stevens, PhD, is an associate professor in the Department of Physical Education and Kinesiology at Brock University in St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada.

Craig Hall, PhD, has been conducting research in sport and exercise psychology for over 25 years.

Robert J. Schinke, is the Canada Research Chair in Multicultural Sport and Physical Activity and Professor of Sport Psychology in the School of Human Kinetics at Laurentian University. As a Canadian Sport Psychology Association accredited practitioner, Schinke has extensive experience working with national teams and professional athletes of North America, South America, Europe, Asia, Africa, and the Caribbean.

Schinke has authored more than 100 academic and applied articles and coedited nine textbooks—including The Cultural Turn in Sport Psychology (2010) and Sport...

Sandy Gordon is a senior lecturer in the School of Human Movement and Exercise Science at The University of Western Australia (Perth), where he teaches sport and exercise psychology and coaching psychology.

Keith Page Henschen is a professor in the department of exercise and sport science at the University of Utah, with an area of expertise in the psychosocial aspects of sport

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