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Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Dieter Hackfort (ed.).|
|Series||Sport sciences international,, v. 1|
|LC Classifications||GV734 .P79 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 263 p. :|
|Number of Pages||263|
|LC Control Number||95101589|
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As central psycho-social issues in elite sports -Career in Elite Sport- -Drop out- and -Career Counseling- have been considered in this volume. Outstanding authors from Canada, North America and Germany provide contributions, out of the psychological, pedagogical, and sociological perspective. Theoretical concepts and empirical findings are brought together for a substantial discussion.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Psycho-social issues and interventions in elite sports. Frankfurt am Main ; New York: P. Lang, © Mental health within elite sport has traditionally been ignored, but recent research has shown that competitive sport can at times seriously undermine mental health and that athletes are exposed to specific stressors that hinder their mental health optimisation.
Mental Health and Well-being Interventions in Sport provides an indispensable guide for researchers and practitioners wanting to. Book Description. Sports psychology, exploring the effects of psychological interventions on important performance-related outcomes, has become ever more popular and prevalent within elite level soccer clubs in the past decade as teams look to gain psychological as well as physiological advantages over their competitors.
Sport Psychology Interventionsshows professionals how to help athletes get the most out of their sport experience and maintain a healthy lifestyle.
Edited by Shane Murphy, former sport psychologist for the United States Olympic Committee, this practical guide explains how to assist athletes at all levels in facing the special challenges and unique problems that are common in today's sports world.3/5(1).
helping the athletes handle the existential issues inv olved in an elite sports MST but also report using psychosocial and cultural interventions adapting to life after elite sport. Psychosocial interventions in back pain (BP) patients are well established in treatment regimens in the general population.
Such interventions are usually embedded in multimodal, multidisciplinary programs as a standard treatment for patients with chronic low back pain (LBP; 39).This current role of psychosocial approaches in BP management is based on a longer history: Already Turner stressed.
The aforementioned issues would fit aptly with our research topic. Similarly, interventions that are designed to address mental health issues in sport also fits within our remit. For instance, attempts at screening elite athletes pre-season, educating them on mental health first aid, de-briefing athletes post-championship or providing.
The book provides a systematic structure for conducting sport psychological interventions that can be followed not only by sport psychologists, but also by athletes and coaches. Sport Psychological Interventions in Competitive Sports xi psychological support presented in chapter 1.
Sometimes psychological interventions may consist of aiding clients in understanding their problem situation and finding solutions themselves. Chapter 8 presents impact interventions, including clinical hypnosis, which have proven to be. Mental Health and Well-being Interventions in Sport provides an indispensable guide for researchers and practitioners wanting to understand and implement sport-based intervention processes.
This important book adopts an evidenced based approach, discussing the context of the intervention, its design and implementation, and its evaluation and. Psychosocial Health and Well-being in High-Level Athletes offers students, researchers, and practicing sport psychologists an accessible and rigorous grounding in the manifestations of psychosocial health in athletes, the threats athletes face to their psychosocial health, and the interventions which can be designed to enhance it.
Psychological Issues in Sport Performance In recent years, there has been a growing interest and awareness in sport psychology. rehearsal is a favorite among elite athletes. It can help improve performance by enabling the Prevention of these consequences involves early intervention, careful examination of the behavior and its results.
Mental health is a global societal challenge. Sport, more specifically, elite sport, offers a potential window into the mental health challenges of young people. We initiated this research topic by proposing that explanations for mental health disturbance in sport predominantly based on training load (e.g.
mental health model, Raglin, ), overlooked the potential organizational stressors in. The use of psychological interventions in competitive sport to enhance performance has become increasingly popular.
However, the effectiveness of these interventions has been questioned by some sports psychologists. In general, educationally-based psychological interventions have produced significant increases in performance. Specifically, it was found that 38 of the 45.
CONCLUSIONS: Psychological and psychosocial interventions have a moderate positive effect on sport performance, and this effect may last at least a month following the end of the intervention.
Future research would benefit from following guidelines for intervention reporting. Psychologists are increasingly supporting the quest for performance enhancement in sport and there is a need to evaluate the evidence base underpinning their work.
To synthesize the most rigorous available research that has evaluated psychological, social, and psychosocial interventions with sport performers on variables relating to their athletic performance, and to address some of the.
Sport as a psychosocial intervention The use of sport as a means to provide psychosocial support to people affected by disaster is a relatively new area of sport and development. A small number of research efforts and project evaluations have begun to help us understand the link between participation in sport and physical activity and trauma.
The 2-volume APA Handbook of Sport and Exercise Psychology presents new areas of research and links theory with emerging practice to reflect the latest developments in this constantly changing field.
The 77 chapters provide extensive coverage of conceptual frameworks and models, empirical findings, and practical interventions. Additionally, many chapters discuss topics not addressed in other.
D. Hackfort (Ed.), Psycho-social issues and interventions in elite sports, Lang, Frankfurt (), pp. View Record in Scopus Google Scholar Scanlan and Lewthwaite, Introduction.
The prime focus of research on sports injuries has been on physical factors.1 This is despite our understanding that when an athlete sustains a sports injury it has psychosocial impacts.2, 3 A common assumption has been that physical and psychosocial recovery occurs at the same time.
Recently, it has been recognised that physical and psychological readiness to return to sport. Mental health issues within elite sport: are we taking steps in the right direction. Posted on July 4, prevention is better than cure and perhaps a brief psychological intervention with focus on psychoeducation, lifestyle advice, goal setting and expectation management in the early stages of injury could decrease and possibly prevent any.
Objective To summarise the literature on the barriers to athletes seeking mental health treatment and cultural influencers of mental health in elite athletes. Design Systematic review Data sources PubMed, Cochrane, Scopus, SportDiscus (Ebsco), and PsycINFO (ProQuest) up to November Eligibility criteria for selecting studies Qualitative and quantitative original studies of elite athletes.
In recent years there has been increasing acknowledgement of the problem of mental health in elite sport. Research shows that while sports people are susceptible to mental health problems to broadly the same extent as the wider community, there are a number of key risk periods – such as times of injury, retirement and competitive [ ].
Journals & Books; Register Sign in. Sign popular reports on the incidence of distress experienced by athletes when terminating their involvement from organized sports, sport psychological research was conducted on the retirement from elite sport and the drop out from youth sport.
Hackfort (Ed.), Psycho-social issues and interventions. psychological issues, including provision of psychological support services as needed. • Coordinate graduated return to practice and play to promote psychological readiness.
• Assess an athlete’s social network. • Educate athletes, parents, families, friends, and others about the importance of.
Objectives: To synthesize the most rigorous available research that has evaluated psychological, social, and psychosocial interventions with sport performers on variables relating to their athletic performance, and to address some of the perplexing issues in the sport psychology intervention literature (e.g., do interventions have a lasting.
Sport psychological interventions in critical situations such as communication problems, conflicts, psychological skills training after injury, doping controls, the transition from junior to senior level and clinical issues, such as burnout, depression, eating disorders, sports addiction, career termination, and coaching of parents are Reviews: 2.
Sport psychology is a proficiency that uses psychological knowledge and skills to address optimal performance and well-being of athletes, developmental and social aspects of sports participation, and systemic issues associated with sports settings and organizations.
The purpose of this investigation was to describe the psychological characteristics and reactions of injured athletes and to examine the changes in these reactions throughout their rehabilitation.
This study examined elite injured athletes from 25 sports at four phases: upon injury, partial recovery, semi-recovery, and full recovery.
The aim of the current study was to conduct a systematic review determining the effect of sport-specific mental health awareness programs to improve mental health knowledge and help-seeking among sports coaches, athletes and officials.
The second aim was to review the study quality and to report on the validity of measures that were used to determine the effectiveness of programs. The effect of a life development intervention on sports career transition adjustment.
The Sport Psychologist, 19, In D. Hackfort (Ed.), Psychosocial issues and interventions in elite sports (pp. Frankfurt, Denmark: Lang. Google Scholar. Elite Football Coaches Experiences and Sensemaking about Being Fired.
Elite athletes train extensively for years, in many cases, consuming the majority of their young lives, often making extensive personal sacrifices in order to pursue their dreams of glory. These may include making huge financial sacrifices, moving away from family to train full-time in academies, calling time on their academic studies and.
Sports - Sports - Psychology of sports: Although a book titled Psychologie des sports (“Psychology of Sports”) was published in by the German psychologist Alfred Peters, the field developed slowly. The International Society of Sport Psychology was not established until At that time, research tended to focus on personality, motivation, and aggression.
Objectives Few epidemiological studies have focused on the psychological health of high level athletes. This study aimed to identify the principal psychological problems encountered within French high level athletes, and the variations in their prevalence based on sex and the sport practiced.
Methods Multivariate analyses were conducted on nationwide data obtained from the athletes' yearly. Children and Yourth in Sport offers a comprehensive, multidisciplinary view of issues of concern to youth sport educators, researchers, and program administrators.
This text effectively bridges the gap between research and application by including helpful guidelines for use in administration of youth sport programs and in coaching or teaching young athletes. Med Sci Sports Exerc. Apr;26(4) Current status and prominent issues in sport psychology interventions.
Vealey RS(1). Author information: (1)Department of Physical Education, Health, and Sport Studies, Miami University, Oxford, OH The prospect of human psycho-behavioral change has fueled the development and growth of applied sport psychology and psychological. With a final section of the book outlining issues related to mental health that are relevant to endurance performance, the book shows that the future of research and application of psychological theory in endurance performance in sport is bright and thriving.
Aimed at researchers, students, coaches, and athletes themselves, this is essential Reviews: 3. For the average young adult in high school or college, life is filled with many pressures — academics, social success, financial concerns, family issues, health challenges — the list goes on and on.
When you factor in the pressure to excel in a chosen sport, it’s little wonder some student athletes feel like they’re at their breaking point. Designed for educational and clinical psychologists, The Sport Psychologist (TSP) focuses on applied research and its application in providing psychological services to coaches and publishes four issue per year (March, June, September, and December).
Mission. TSP is a scholarly refereed journal designed as a forum to stimulate thought and disseminate knowledge that focuses on the. List of Issues Vol Issue 6 Impact Factor.
A Season-Long Goal-Setting Intervention for Elite Youth Basketball Teams. Deniz Durdubas, Luc J. Martin & Ziya Koruc. Using the Learning Climate Questionnaire to Assess Basic Psychological Needs Support in Youth Sport.
Corliss Bean, Meredith Rocchi & Tanya Forneris.Having an immersed sport psychologist allows the athletics department to best address the variety of psychological issues (individual, team, staff) that may be present. Providing a psychologist as part of the support staff also helps to de-stigmatize and normalize the issues .Sports psychiatry uses psychological, neuroscientific, and medical knowledge to address optimal performance and the well-being of athletes.
The “mental game” refers not only to a mind that has been conditioned through mental skills training for optimal performance, but also to a broader mindset that includes an awareness of psychosocial issues and mental conditions that potentially impact.