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Sport & Exercise Psychology Review Vol 10 No 3 September 2014

Sport & Exercise Psychology Review Vol 10 No 3 September 2014

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Quick Overview

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


 

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Contents

Editorial
Paul McCarthy

Original Articles

Athlete perceptions of intra-group conflict in sport teams
Kyle F. Paradis, Albert V. Carron & Luc J. Martin

An investigation of the links between body image and exercise participation
Charalampos Fountoulakis & Sarah Grogan

Coaching under Pressure: Mental skills training for sports coaches
Peter Olusoga

Applied and Pedagogical Reflections

Using solution-focused brief therapy with an amateur football team: A trainee's case study
Alister McCormick

Getting down with the kids: Doing sport psychology with Gifted and Talented youth athletes
Dr Andrew Evans & Mr Matt Slater

It's good to talk...

Is elite sport good for you?
Amanda Martindale, Dave Collins & Hugh Richards

One-on-One with...Professor Nanette Mutrie
Nanette Mutrie

A week in the life of an Applied Sport Psychologist
Pete Lindsay

Student Members (Editor: Karen Howells)

The dual relationship - the Neophyte dilemma
Karen Howells

From therapist to sport psychologist: A smooth transition?
Jo-Anne Kelleher

Found in Translation

When representing the group triumphs over experience: A case study of Ryan Giggs the manager
Matt Slater

Conference Reports

World's apart? Sport psychology in the workplace
David Woods, Gavin Breslin, John Kremer, Yvonne Cooke, Sarah Corrie & Alison Clarke

Northern Ireland Branch Annual Conference - reflections on the Working Group in Sport and Exercise Psychology session
Janine O'Gorman & Gavin Breslin

A review of the Brunel International Research Network for Athlete Welfare (BIRNAW) International Symposium
Helen Owton

Book Review

Becoming a Sport Psychologist 
Paul McCarthy & Marc Jones
Reviewed by James Lambdon

Officers and Committee Members

Notes for Contributors

 

Additional Information

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