David Tod, PhD, is a Senior Lecturer in Sport Psychology at Liverpool John Moores University. David is a UK-registered practitioner psychologist who has worked with elite, professional, and Olympic athletes across several sports. Davids research focuses on sport psychologist expertise development, training, and supervision. David teaches on the sport psychology, sport and exercise science, and strength and conditioning degrees at Liverpool John Moores University, and is a former associate editor for The Sport Psychologist and the International Review for Sport and Exercise Psychology. David is a former committee member for the British Psychological Societys Division of Sport and Exercise Psychology.
1. Introduction 2. Personality 3. Motivation 4. Self-confidence 5. Arousal, Stress, Anxiety, and Performance 6. Competition and Audience Effects 7. Group Processes 8. Psychological Skills Training 9. Physical Skill Acquisition and Behaviour Modification