|Statement||[edited by] Richard M. Suinn ; [consulting editor, Robert D. Clayton ; cover design, Adelaide Rita Trettel].|
|Contributions||Suinn, Richard M., Clayton, Robert D.|
|LC Classifications||GV706.4 .P685|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 367 p. :|
|Number of Pages||367|
|LC Control Number||79055482|
The books Sports Psychology - A Complete Introduction is designed as an easy-to-read, plain English introduction to the field. Complete with explanations of field experiments and summations of key findings, author Dr. John Perry from the University of Hull breaks down sports psychology in a book that students can use to teach themselves. On the other hand, in applied sports psychology syllabus includes assessment, group activities, skill practice, coping mechanism and working with coaches and children. All in all, this is one of the best books on sports psychology. According to this book 3 reasons why athletes lose trust in coaches. Complex Cases in Sport Psychology offers instructors and students a unique and novel approach to teaching and learning about sport psychology. The book consists of a series of character-driven narratives—set within the context of a university athletic department—which encourage discussion and. A recently launched book aims to prepare primary school children for the emotional challenges they will face during their sporting career. Sport Psychology for .
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