Athletic Insight’s Writings in Sport Psychology


Robert Schinke, PhD (Editor)
Laurentian University, Sudbury, Ontario, Canada

Series: Sports and Athletics Preparation, Performance, and Psychology, Psychology Research Progress
BISAC: SPO041000

This book provides a forum for discussion of topics that are relevant to the field of sport psychology. The subjects covered will include theory, research, and practice of sport psychology, as well as social issues related to the field of athletics. Topics discussed include a primer on the development of SEP in North American vs. Europe; comparing the effects of different self-instructions on thought and content and tennis performance; technical fouls predict performance outcomes in the NBA; sports-related pain; moderators of the links between shyness and gold performance; and the athlete life quality scale. (Imprint: Nova)

Table of Contents

Table of Contents

Preface pp. i-xv

A Primer on the Development of SEP in North America vs. Europe: Comparing the Developmental Paths of FEPSAC and AASP
(Alessandro Quartiroli, Sam J. Zizzi, West Virginia University)pp. 1-16

Comparing the Effects of Different Self-Instructions on Thought Content and Tennis Performance
(Alexander T. Latinjak and Miquel Torregrosa, Autonomous University of Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain; Jordi Renom, University of Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain)pp. 17-28

Technical Fouls Predict Performance Outcomes in the NBA
(Emily M. Zitek, Department of Psychology, Stanford University, Stanford, CA; Alexander H. Jordan, Tuck School of Business, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH)pp. 29-40

Sports-Related Pain: Exploring the Perception of Athletes’ Pain
(Laura Dover Wandner, Ann Sloan Devlin, and Joan C. Chrisler, Connecticut College)pp. 41-58

“Green with… Shyness?” Moderators of the Links between Shyness and Golf Performance
(Adam Kingsbury, Robert J. Coplan, Mila Reichel, Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada)
pp. 59-76

The Athlete Life Quality Scale: Development and Psychometric Analysis
(Noah B. Gentner, Georgia Southern University, Craig A. Wrisberg and John Lounsbury, University of Tennessee)
pp. 77-94

The Transtheoretical Model and Psychological Skills Training: Application and Implications with Elite Female Athletes
(Linda A. Keeler, California State University, Chico; Jack C. Watson, II, West Virginia University)pp. 95-112

Transitioning Out of Sport: The Psychosocial Effects of Collegiate Athletes’ Career-Ending Injuries
(Amber L. Stoltenburg, Cindra S. Kamphoff, and Karin Lindstrom Bremer, Minnesota State University, Mankato, MN)pp. 113-132

Warming up and staying loose: The prevalence, style, and influence of prepartying behavior and drinking games among intercollegiate athletes
(Justin F. Hummer, Loyola Marymount University, Heads UP Assistant Director, Department of Psychology; Joseph W. LaBrie, Loyola Marymount University, Associate Professor, Heads Up Director, Department of Psychology; Andrew Lac, Loyola Marymount University, Heads UP Statistical Consultant, Department of Psychology)pp. 133-152

A comparison of psychosocial and orthopedic data in injured college athletes: A novel application of hurdle regression
(Jeremy Sibold, Alan Howard, University of Vermont; Samuel Zizzi, Ed.D, West Virginia University)
pp. 153-164

The Effects of Directing the Learner’s Gaze on Skill Acquisition in Gymnastics
(Thomas Heinen1, Pia Vinken1, and Hardy Fink2; 1 German Sport University Cologne; 2 International Gymnastics Federation)pp. 165-182

Group Counseling for Sports Teams: A Conceptualization Linked to Practice
(Michael B. Johnson, Walden University; Javier Cavazos Jr., Texas A&M University – Corpus Christi; Robert E. Corb, University of California, Los Angeles)pp. 183-198

Sport Psychology Consulting with Athletes with a Disability: Out of the Ordinary and Into the Extraordinary
(Krista J. Munroe-Chandler, The University of Windsor)pp. 199-208

The Road to Elite Ice Hockey Officiating
(Kim D. Dorsch1 and Douglas Lawrence2; 1Motivation for Active Living Laboratory Faculty of Kinesiology and Health Studies University of Regina; 2Saskatchewan Hockey Association)pp. 209-224

Embracing the Richness of Athletes’ Emotional Experiences: Intersections between Coping Research and Mental Training Consulting
(Kent C. Kowalski, University of Saskatchewan)pp. 225-242

Understanding Models of Performance Enhancement from the Perspective of Emotion Regulation
(Zella E. Moore1 and Frank L. Gardner 2; 1Manhattan College; 2Kean University)pp. 243-256

A Beginning: The Resonance Process of Three Female Freestyle Wrestlers via a Resonance-Performance-Model-Based Intervention
(Kara Stelfox1* and David Paskevich2; 1University of Ottawa; 2University of Calgary)pp. 257-272

Development and Validation of the Sport Perfectionism Scale
(Kaori Araki, University of Hyogo; Diane L. Gill, University of North Carolina at Greensboro)pp. 273-288
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Fear of Failure: What’s Culture got to do with it?
(Heather J. Peters, University of Minnesota Morris; Kevin A. Stefanek, University of Minnesota Morris)pp. 289-300

Sculpted to Perfection: Addressing and Managing Body Image Concerns and Disordered Eating among Athletes
(Justine J. Reel, University of Utah; Dana Voelker, Michigan State University)pp. 301-316

Reach Out and Text Someone: The Creative and Effective Use of Text Messaging in Sport Performance Consultations
(Sam Zizzi, Olivier Schmid, West Virginia University, College of Physical Activity and Sport Sciences)pp. 317-328

Team Mental Models in Sports: An Overview
(Edson Medeiros Filho, Gershon Tenenbaum, Florida State University, College of Education, Department of Educational Psychology and Learning Systems, Tallahassee, Florida)pp. 329-342

Index pp. 343-358

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