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Sport & Exercise Psychology Review Vol 11 No 1 March 2015

Sport & Exercise Psychology Review Vol 11 No 1 March 2015

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




Paul McCarthy

Original Articles

Roles and influences of Olympic athletes' entourages in athletes' preparation for career transition out of sport
Sunghee Park & David Lavallee

Cognitive-behavioural intervention for the golf yips: A single-case design
Derek Milne & Gordon Morrison

An investigation into athletes' intrusive visual imagery
John K. Parker, Martin I. Jones & Geoff P. Lovell 

A lesson learned in time: Advice shared by experienced sport psychologists
Alister McCormick & Carla Meijen

Applied and Pedagogical Reflections

Navigating the swampy lowland of the BPS Stage 2 qualification; signposting a trodden road
Richard Collins & Bryan McCann

It's good to talk...

Ramble on...
David Tod, Martin Eubank & Mark Nesti

One-on-One with... Professor Andy Lane
A week in the life of an Applied Sport Psychologist
Brian Hemmings

Student Members (Editor: Karen Howells)

Reflections on the consultancy experiences of a female trainee SPC
Anna Ross

A small female fish in a big male dominated pond: A neophyte experience
Laura Barrett

Conference Reports

Qualitative Research in Sport and Exercise Conference 2014
John Gray

Association for Applied Sport Psychology Conference 2014
Gillian Cook & Cara Williams

Workshop Review

Masterclass in applied sport psychology - 'Being creative in your practice: Using storytelling with athletes'
Dr Julie Waumsley

Book Review

Reflective practice in the sport and exercise sciences: Contemporary issues
Edited by Zoe Knowles, David Gilbourne, Brandan Cropley & Lindsay Dugdill
Reviewed by Richard Collins


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