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Sport & Exercise Psychology Review Vol 1 No 2 October 2005

Sport & Exercise Psychology Review Vol 1 No 2 October 2005

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A collection of papers that make significant and original contributions to the field of Sport & Exercise Psychology.




David Lavallee


'Yeah, I work with Beckham': Issues of confidentiality, privacy and privilege in sport psychology service delivery
 Mark B. Andersen

Coping with, and reducing the number of careless shots: A case study with a county golfer
Mark A. Uphill and Marc V. Jones

Context and physical activity: The influence of others
Albert V. Carron & Shauna M. Burke

Sport psychology consulting with athletes with disabilities
Jeffrey J. Martin

Research Note

Chickens, eggs and performance psychology: What comes first, the believing or the achieving? (Myers et al., 2004, Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice)
Mark R. Beauchamp & Ben Jackson

Student Members

Graduate programmes in Applied Sport Psychology
Melissa Day


Talking to the Press: III. Something worth researching?
Guy Faulkner & Sara-Jane Finlay

Beyond the dichotomous model of achievement goals in sport and exercise psychology: Comment on Elliot & Conroy (2005)
Christopher M. Spray & Richard J. Keegan

Challenges for the Division of Sport and Exercise Psychology: Reflections on Anderson and Lavallee (2005)
David Tod & Jo Thatcher

Book Reviews

Conference Report

The British Psychological Society Quinquennial Conference, Manchester, March 30 - April 2, 2005
Paul Russell

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