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Fri frakt inom Sverige för privatpersoner.Social psychology in sport has grown impressively in the last decade, but no single text has addressed all the important topics in the field-until now. Through the contributions of an international group of established scholars and creative young minds, Social Psychology in Sport offers readers a global perspective, a broad base of knowledge, and the latest thinking on topics such as social relationships, communication, coach leadership, team cohesion, motivation and motivational climate, audience effects, and morality. This text allows readers to gain insight into the interactions and dynamics that affect sport performance and the sport experience for youth and adults. Using the latest research in the field, Social Psychology in Sport -provides a complete and current analysis of the field, exploring the social aspects of interactions, relationships, influences, and perceptions; -addresses a broad range of topics from theoretical, empirical, and applied perspectives; -delves into established areas of interest such as group dynamics and coach-athlete and peer relationships; and -dissects emerging topics such as relational efficacy, passion, and cross-cultural issues. The book is designed to allow readers to study issues in isolation or as part of a course or a module. The five main parts are Relationships in Sport, Coach Leadership and Group Dynamics, Motivational Climate, Key Social and Cognitive Processes in Sport, and The Athlete in the Wider Sport Environment. Each chapter is cross-referenced and provides a clear description of the topic and a concise theoretical overview along with a discussion of existing research. The chapters also introduce new research ideas, suggest practical research applications, and conclude with summaries and questions to help instructors engage the class in discussion and to help students follow the key points. By following a progression of theory, research, and application, Social Psychology in Sport offers a framework that other sport psychology books often don't provide. With this approach, readers can appreciate the historical context of social psychology topics while also studying new, exciting, and developing social psychological questions. Through the applicable nature of the research, Social Psychology in Sport will fuel more research interest, ensuring that the recent growth in the field continues well into the future. As such, this text should be of great interest to students in upper-undergraduate and graduate courses and to researchers interested in the psychosocial aspects of sport. It is an ideal book for social psychology of sport and physical activity courses as well as courses in the psychology of coaching, sport psychology, and sport sociology.
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"This is by far the finest book on the subject in the field thus far in which both empirical research and practical hands-on experience make up the bulk of each chapter. This is the definitive resource for the most contemporary and comprehensive view of social psychology in a sport setting." Doody's Book Review Service
Sophia Jowett, PhD, is a senior lecturer in sport and exercise psychology at Loughborough University. She received her PhD from the University of Exeter in 2001. Her main research revolves around the affective, cognitive, and behavioral aspects of interpersonal relationships in sport. Her research has been supported by the Economic and Social Research Council, the British Academy, the Nuffield Foundation, the Hellenic Olympic Committee, and the Hellenic Ministry of Culture and Sport. Dr. Jowett has published in peer-reviewed journals, including the British Journal of Social Psychology, Journal of Applied Sport Psychology, The Sport Psychologist, International Journal of Sport Psychology, Scandinavian Journal of Medicine Sciences and Sports, and Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice. She has presented her work at national and international conferences and has authored chapters in edited books. She has recently coedited a special issue on interpersonal relationships in Psychology of Sport and Exercise and a monograph on psychology of sport coaching for the British Psychological Society. She is an accredited sport psychologist of the British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences and served as a sport psychology consultant of the 2004 Greek Olympic team. Sophia and her husband Peter have two daughters, Christina and Phillippa. David Lavallee, PhD, is a reader in sport and exercise psychology at Loughborough University. His educational qualifications include a master's degree in psychology from Harvard University and a PhD in sport and exercise psychology from the University of Western Australia. He is also an associate fellow and chartered psychologist of the British Psychological Society. Dr. Lavallee has published more than 100 scholarly publications in academic and professional outlets, including two edited books, one authored book, 18 book chapters, and numerous peer-reviewed journal articles. He has also edited special issues of The Psychologist, Journal of Personal and Interpersonal Loss, and Psychology of Sport and Exercise and two monographs. He currently serves as editor of Sport and Exercise Psychology Review, associate editor of The Psychologist, and digest editor for the Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology. David and his wife, Ruth, have two sons, Joseph and Noah.
Foreword Maureen R. Weiss, PhD Preface Acknowledgments Part I. Relationships in Sport Chapter 1. Understanding the Coach-Athlete Relationship Sophia Jowett, PhD, and Artur Poczwardowski, PhD Coach-Athlete Relationship Defined Importance of Studying Coach-Athlete Relationships Recent Conceptualizations of the Coach-Athlete Relationship Integrated Research Model Future Research Practical Implications Summary Chapter 2. Interdependence Analysis and the 3+1Cs in the Coach-Athlete Relationship Sophia Jowett, PhD Interdependence Theory: Essential Elements in Dyadic Relationships 3+1Cs Conceptualization of the Coach-Athlete Relationship 3+1Cs Model and Interdependence Theory Future Research Practical Implications Summary Chapter 3. Interpersonal Communication and Conflict in the Coach-Athlete Relationship Nicole M. LaVoi, PhD Communication Conflict Relationship Between Communication and Conflict Relational Expertise Future Research Practical Implications Summary Chapter 4. Youth Peer Relationships in Sport Alan L. Smith, PhD Defining Peer Relationships Guiding Theoretical Frameworks Why Study Peer Relationships in Sport? Research on Sport-Based Peer Relationships Future Research Practical Implications Summary Part II. Coach Leadership and Group Dynamics Chapter 5. Multidimensional Model of Coach Leadership Harold A. Riemer, PhD Historical Perspectives Overview of the Multidimensional Model of Leadership Research Associated With the MML Evaluation of the Research to Date Future Research Practical Implications Summary Chapter 6. Social-Cognitive Approach to Coaching Behaviors Ronald E. Smith, PhD, and Frank L. Smoll, PhD Leadership Research in Youth Sport Settings Initial Mediational Model Expanded Mediational Model and Research Implications Development and Evaluation of Coach Effectiveness Training Future Research Practical Implications Summary Chapter 7. Team Cohesion: Nature, Correlates, and Development Albert V. Carron, PhD, Mark A. Eys, PhD, and Shauna M. Burke, MA Conceptual Model for Team Cohesion Relationship of Team Cohesion to Team Success Correlates of Cohesion Benefits and Liabilities of Cohesion Nature of Team Building Team Building for Cohesion in Sport Future Research Practical Implications Summary Chapter 8. All the World's a Stage: Impact of an Audience on Sport Performers Marc V. Jones, PhD, Steven R. Bray, PhD, and David Lavallee, PhD Historical Overview of Theory and Research How Do Athletes Respond to an Audience? Positive and Negative Effects of Audiences on Athlete Performance Future Research Practical Implications Summary Part III. Motivational Climate Chapter 9. Coach-Created Motivational Climate Joan L. Duda, PhD, and Isabel Balaguer, PhD Basic Tenets and Constructs of Achievement Goal Frameworks Research on the Coach-Created Motivational Climate Conceptual Issues and Measurement Challenges Future Research Practical Implications Summary Chapter 10. Parent-Created Motivational Climate Sally A. White, PhD Achievement Goal Theory Parent Motivation in Educational Settings Parent-Created Motivational Climate in Sport and Physical Activity Settings Related Findings on Parent Achievement Motivation Future Research Practical Implications Summary Chapter 11. Peer-Created Motivational Climate Nikos Ntoumanis, PhD, Spiridoula Vazou, PhD, and Joan L. Duda, PhD Achievement Goal Theory and Motivational Climate Qualitative Investigation of the Peer-Created Motivational Climate Measurement of the Peer-Created Motivational Climate Peer-Created Motivational Climate and Indices of Motivation Age and Gender Differences in Perceptions of the Peer-Created Motivational Climate Between-Group Variations in Perceptions of the Peer-Created Motivational Climate Future Research Practical Implications Summary Part IV. Key Social and Cognitive Processes in Sport Chapter 12. Physical Self-Concept and Sport Herbert W. Marsh, PhD Critical Issues in Self-Concept Research Self-Description Questionnaires Physical Self-Description