The Oxford handbook of sport and performance psychology
- Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, c2012.
- Physical description
- xxiv, 775 p. : ill ; 26 cm.
- Oxford library of psychology.
- Murphy, Shane M., 1957-
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Preface -- Part One: The Nature and Scope of Sport and Performance Psychology -- 1. History of Sport and Performance Psychology -- Alan S. Kornspan -- 2. The Psychology of Performance in Sport and Other Domains -- Kate F. Hays -- 3. Sport and Performance Psychology: Ethical Issues -- Doug Hankes -- 4. The Role of Superior Performance Intelligence in Sustained Success -- Graham Jones -- 5. Performance Psychology in the Performing Arts -- Sanna M. Nordin-Bates -- Part Two: Individual Psychological Processes in Performance -- 6. Concentration: Attention and Performance -- Aidan Moran -- 7. Conscious and Unconscious Awareness in Learning and Performance -- Rich Masters -- 8. Emotional Regulation and Performance -- Marc V. Jones -- 9. Anxiety: Attention, the Brain, the Body, and Performance -- Mark R. Wilson -- 10. Cognitions: Self-Talk and Performance -- Yiannis Theodorakis, Antonis Hatzigeorgiadis, and Nikos Zourbanos -- 11. The Role of Imagery in Performance -- Jennifer Cumming and Sarah E. Williams -- 12. Motivation: Self-Determination Theory and Performance in Sport -- Martyn Standage -- 13. Modeling and Performance -- Penny McCullagh, Barbi Law, and Diane Ste-Marie -- 14. Efficacy Beliefs and Human Performance: From Independent Action to Interpersonal Functioning -- Mark R. Beauchamp, Ben Jackson, and Katie L. Morton -- 15. Perfectionism and Performance -- Joachim Stoeber -- Part Three: Social Psychological Processes in Performance -- 16. Teamwork and Performance -- Albert V. Carron, Luc Martin, and Todd Loughead -- 17. Leadership and Manifestations of Sport -- Packianathan Chelladurai -- 18. The Psychology of Coaching -- Daniel Gould -- 19. Moral Behavior in Sport -- Maria Kavussanu -- 20. Gender, Identity, and Sport -- Emily A. Roper -- 21. Relationships and Sport and Performance -- Sam Carr -- 22. Culture/Ethnicity and Performance -- Anthony P. Kontos -- Part Four: Human Development and Performance -- 23. A Developmental Approach to Sport Expertise -- Jean Cote and Bruce Abernathy -- 24. Training for Life: Optimizing Youth Development through Sport and Physical Activity -- Maureen R. Weiss, Lindsay E. Kipp, and Nicole D. Bolter -- 25. Talent Development: The Role of the Family -- Chris G. Harwood, Julie P. Douglas, and Antoinette M. Minniti -- 26. Expert Masters Sport Performers: Perspectives on Age-Related Processes, Mechanisms, and Motives -- Bradley W. Young and Nikola Medic -- 27. Transitions: Ending Active Involvement in Sports and Other Competitive Endeavors -- Albert J. Petitpas, Taunya Marie Tinsley, and Amy S. Walker -- Part Five: Interventions in Sport and Performance Psychology -- 28. Counseling Performers in Distress -- Zella E. Moore -- 29. Appearance- and Performance-Enhancing Drug Use -- Thomas B. Hildebrandt, Eleanna Varangis, and Justine K. Lai -- 30. Burnout: A Darker Side to Performance -- Kate I. Goodger and Martin I. Jones -- 31. The Body and Performance -- William B. Strean and Joseph P. Mills -- 32. Injury and Performance -- John Heil and Leslie Podlog -- 33. Pain and Performance -- John Heil and Leslie Podlog -- 34. Eating Disorders in Sport -- Trent A. Petrie and Christy Greenleaf -- 35. Physical Activity Interventions -- Stuart J. H. Biddle and Trish Gorely -- 36. The Role of the Sport and Performance Psychologist with the Coach and Team: Implications for Performance Counseling -- Christopher M. Carr -- 37. The Performance Coach -- Dave Collins and Sara Kamin -- 38. Optimal Performance: Elite Level Performance in "The Zone" -- Robert Harmison and Kathleen V. Casto -- 39. Supervision and Mindfulness in Sport and Performance Psychology -- Mark Andersen -- Part Six: Future Directions -- 40. Sport and Performance Psychology: A Look Ahead -- Kirsten Peterson, Charles Brown, Sean McCann, and Shane M. Murphy.
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- Publisher's Summary
- The Oxford Handbook of Sport and Performance Psychology includes the latest research and applied perspectives from leaders in the field of performance psychology. Current and comprehensive, this foundational volume presents sport and performance psychology from myriad perspectives, including: - individual psychological processes in performance such as attention, imagery, superior performance intelligence, motivation, anxiety, confidence, cognition and emotion - the social psychological processes in performance including leadership, teamwork, coaching, relationships, moral behavior, and gender and cultural issues - human development issues in performance, such as the development of talent and expertise, positive youth development, the role of the family, end of involvement transitions, and both youth and masters-level sport and physical activity programs - interventions in sport and performance psychology and counseling of performers in distress including such important issues for all performers as: appearance- and performance-enhancing drug use, injuries, managing pain, eating and weight issues, burnout, and the role of physical activity in maintaining health. The chapters collected here also cover the history of sport and performance psychology; the scope and nature of the field; ethical issues in sport and performance psychology; performance psychology in the performing arts and other non-sporting fields; perfectionism and performance; the role of the performance coach and of the sport psychologist with a coach and team; supervision; and a look ahead to the future of the field.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
- Publication date
- edited by Shane M. Murphy.
- Oxford library of psychology