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- Fitness Information Technology, Inc, U.S.
- Bar-Eli, Michael
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- 228 x 152 x 25 mm
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- 680 g
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Linking Theory & Practice319
The Ninth World Congress of Sport Psychology inspired this book which includes contributions by the gathering's keynote speakers substantially extended and updated from their conference presentations on the theme 'Innovations in Sport Psychology: Linking Theory and Practice'. Targeted toward researchers sport psychology consultants and students the text addresses recent innovations in the field and charts the links between theory and practice. The book contains five parts. Part I presents some historical perspectives on sport psychology; Part II deals with basic concepts of sport psychology; Part III with various cognitive aspects of skilled motor behaviour; Part IV includes chapters on motivation and emotion; and Part V examines the various facets of the interface between behavioural science and society. The content of this textbook is highly relevant not only for researchers and students of sport psychology but also for practitioners such as coaches and athletes interested in the application of this exciting and evolving discipline to their particular area of interest.
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Ronnie Lidor is a professor and the Director of the Zinman College of Physical Education and Sport Sciences at the Wingate Institute, and he is also on the faculty of education at the University of Haifa (Israel). His main areas of research are cognitive strategies, talent detection, early development in sport, and sport development. Lidor has published over 100 articles, book chapters, and proceedings chapters, in English and in Hebrew. He is the senior editor of several books, among them Sport Psychology: Linking Theory and Practice (1999) and The Psychology of Team Sports (2003), and served as a co-editor of Handbook of Research in Applied Sport and Exercise Psychology: International Perspectives (2006) and Psychology of Sport Excellence (2009), all of which were published by Fitness Information Technology. A former basketball coach, Lidor now provides psychological consultation to young and adult elite basketball players. He focuses mainly on attentional techniques used before the execution of free-throw shots. He also consults with athletes from several cultures and writes about these experiences.
Part 1: Historical Perspectives; Part 2: Basic Concepts of Sport Psychology; Part 3: Cognitive Aspects of Skilled Motor Behaviour; Part 4: Motivation and Emotion; Part 5: The Interface Between Behavioural Sciences and Society.