Table of Contents
Sport Psychology: Critical Concepts in Sports Studies
Edited by Gershon Tenenbaum and Robert Eklund
Volume 1: Genetic, Neural, and Developmental Aspects in the Acquisition of Motor-Skills
Introduction to volume 1
Part 1: Genetic and Environmental Components
- K. Davids and J. Baker, ‘Genes, Environment and Sport Performance: Why the Nature-Nurture Dualism is No Longer Relevant’, Sports Medicine, 37, 961-980.
- R. Tucker and M. Collins, ‘What Makes Champions? A Review of the Relative Contribution of Genes and Training to Sport Success’, British Journal of Sport Medicine, 46, 2012, 555-561.
Part 2: Neuropsychological Findings
- S. L. Beilock, I. M. Lyons, A. Mattarella-Micke, H. C. Nusbaum and S. L. Small, ‘Sport Experience Changes the Neural Processing of Action Language’, Proceedings of the National Academy of Science (PNAS), 105, 36, 2008, 13269-13273.
- S. Deeny, C. H. Hillman, C. M. Janelle and B. D. Hatfield, ‘Cortico-cortical Communication and Superior Performance in Skilled Marksmen: An EEG Coherence Analysis’, Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 25,2003, 188-204.
- J. Milton, A. Solodkin, P. Hlustik and S. L. Small, ‘The Mind of Expert Motor Performance is Cool and Focused’, Neuroimage, 35, 2007, 804-813.
- D. Serrien, R. Ivry and S. Swinnen, ‘The Missing Link Between Action and Cognition’, Progress in Neurobiology, 82, 2, 2007, 95-107.
Part 3: Dynamical and Ecological Approaches
- M. T. Turvey, ‘Coordination’, American Psychologist, 45,8, 1990, 938-953.
- P. J. Beek, D. M. Jacobs, A. Daffertshofer and R. Huys, ‘Expert Performance in Sport: Views from the Joint Perspectives of Ecological Psychology and Dynamical Systems Theory’, in J. L. Starkes and K.A. Ericsson (eds), Expert Performance in Sports (Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics, 2003), pp. 321-344.
- G. Savelsbergh, H. Whiting and R. Bootsma, ‘Grasping Tau’, Journal of Experimental Psychology – Human Perception and Performance, 17, 1991, 315-322.
- W. Warren, ‘The Dynamics of Perception and Action’, Psychological Review, 113, 2006, 358-389.
Part 4: Expertise
- H. A. Simon and W. G. Chase, ‘Skill in Chess’, American Scientist, 61, 1973, 394-403.
- N. J. Hodges, J. L. Starkes and C. MacMahon, ‘Expert Performance in Sport: A Cognitive Perspective’, in K. A. Ericsson, N. Charness, P. J. Feltovich and R. R. Hoffmann (eds), Cambridge Handbook of Expertise and Expert Performance (Cambridge: University Press, 2006), pp. 471-488,
- D. T. Y. Mann, A. M. Williams, P. Ward and C. M. Janelle, ‘Perceptual-Cognitive Expertise in Sport: A Meta-Analysis’, Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 29,2007, 457-478.
- A. M. Williams and P. R. Ford, ‘Expertise and Expert Performance in Sport’, International Review of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 1, 2008, 4-18.
Part 5: Knowledge Structure
- G. Tenenbaum, B. D. Hatfield, R. C. Eklund, W. M. Land, L. Camielo, S. Razon and T. Schack, ‘Conceptual Framework for Studying Emotions-Cognitions-Performance Linkage Under Conditions which Vary in Perceived Pressure’, in M. Raab, J. G. Johnson and H. Heekeren (eds), Progress in Brain Research: Mind and Motion-The Bidirectional Link between Thought and Action (Amsterdam: Elsevier, 2009), pp. 159-178.
Part 6: Development Aspects and Deliberate Practice
- K. A. Ericsson, R. T. Krampe and C. Tesch-Römer, ‘The Role of Deliberate Practice in the Acquisition of Expert Performance’, Psychological Review, 100, 1993, 363-406.
- J. Côté, J. Baker and B. Abernethy, ‘Practice and Play in the Development of Sport Expertise’, in G. Tenenbaum and R. Eklund (eds), Handbook of Sport Psychology (3rd Ed.), (Hoboken, NJ: Wiley, 2007), pp, 184-202.
- R. S. W. Masters and J. M. Poolton, ‘Advances in Implicit Motor Learning’, in N. J. Hodges and A. M. Williams (eds), Skill Acquisition in Sport: Research, Theory and Practice (2nd ed.) (London: Routledge, 2012), pp. 59-75.
- K. M. Newell, Y. T. Liu and G. Mayer-Kress, ‘Time Scales in Motor Learning and Development’, Psychological Review, 108, 2001, 57-82.
Volume 2: Perceptual-Cognitive Skills of Performers and Teams
Introduction to volume 1
Part 7: Theories and Concepts of Human Movement learning and Performance
- J. A. Adams, ‘Historical Review and Appraisal of Research on the Learning, Retention, and Transfer of Human Motor Skills’, Psychological Bulletin, 101, 1987, 41-74.
- P. M. Fitts and M. I. Posner, ‘Learning and Skilled Performance’, in P. M. Fitts and M. I. Posner (ed.), Human Performance (Belmont, CA: Brooks/Cole Publishing Co, 1967), pp. 8-25.
- S. W. Keele, ‘Movement Control in Skilled Motor Performance’, Psychological Bulletin, 70, 1968, 387-403.
- R. Masters and J. Maxwell, ‘The Theory of Reinvestment’, International Review of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 1, 2008, 160-183.
- R. A. Schmidt, ‘A Schema Theory of Discrete Motor Skill Learning’, Psychological Review, 82, 1975, 225-260.
Part 8: Visual Attention
- R. M. Shiffrin and W. Schneider, ‘Controlled and Automatic Human Information Processing: II. Perceptual Learning, Automatic Attending, and a General Theory’, Psychological Review, 84, 1977, 127-190.
- G. Wulf, ‘Attentional Focus and Motor Learning: A Review of 15 Years’, International Review of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 6, 1, 2012, 77-104.
Part 8: Visual Search
- J. N. Vickers, ‘Visual Control when Aiming at a Far Target’, Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception & Performance, 22, 1996, 342-354.
Part 9: Anticipation
- E. Poulton, ‘On Prediction in Skilled Movements’, Psychological Bulletin, 54, 6, 467-478.
- B. Abernethy, J. Schorer, R. C. Jackson and N. Hagermann, ‘Perceptual Training Methods: The Relative Efficacy of Different Approaches to Enhancing Sport-Specific Anticipation’, Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 18, 2012, 143-153.
Part 10: Perceptual-Cognitive Processes
- D. J. Garland and J. R. Barry, ‘Cognitive Advantage in Sport: The Nature of Perceptual Structures’, American Journal of Psychology, 104, 1991, 211-228.
- M. K. McBeath, D. M. Shaffer and M. K. Kaiser, ‘How Baseball Outfielders Determine where to Run to Catch Fly Balls’, Science, 268, 1995, 569-573.
Part 11: Memory
- K. A. Ericsson and W. Kintsch, ‘Long-Term Working Memory’, Psychological Review, 102, 1995,211-245.
- J. W.Krakauer and R. Shadmehr, ‘Consolidation of Motor Memory’, Trends in Neurosciences, 29, 2006, 58-64.
Part 12: Decision-Making
- G. Tenenbaum and M. Bar-Eli, ‘Decision Making in Sport’, in R. N. Singer, M.
Murphey and L. K. Tennant (eds), Handbook on Research in Sport Psychology (New York: Macmillan, 1993), pp. 171-192.
Part 13: Cognition in Team Sports
- D. W. Eccles and G. Tenenbaum, ‘Why An Expert Team is More than a Team of Experts: A Cognitive Conceptualization of Team Coordination and Communication in Sport’, Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 26, 2004, 542-560.
- R. Duarte, D. Araújo, V. Correia and K. Davids, ‘Sport Teams as Super Organisms: Implications of Sociobiological Models of Behaviour for Research and Practice in Team Sports Performance Analysis’, Sports Medicine, 42, 2012, 633-642.
Part 14: Choking
- R. F. Baumeister, ‘Choking Under Pressure: Self-Consciousness and the Paradoxical Effects of Incentives on Skilled Performance’ Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 46, 1984, 610-620.
- S. L. Beilock, T, H, Carr, C. MacMahon and J. L. Starkes, ‘When Paying Attention Becomes Counterproductive: Impact of Divided Versus Skill-Focused Attention on Novice and Experienced Performance of Sensorimotor Skills’, Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 8, 2002, 6–16.
- R. Gray, ‘Attending to the Execution of a Complex Sensorimotor Skill: Expertise Differences, Choking, and Slumps’, Journal of Experimental Psychology-Applied, 10, 2004, 42-54.
- R. S. W. Masters, ‘Knowledge, Knerves and Know-How: The Role of Explicit Versus Implicit Knowledge in the Breakdown of a Complex Motor Skill Under Pressure’, British Journal of Psychology, 83, 1992, 343-358.
Volume 3: Social Influences in Sport Psychology
Introduction to volume 3
Part 15: Foundational Commentaries
- N. Triplett, ‘The Dynamogenic Factors in Pacemaking and Competition’, The American Journal of Psychology, 9, 1898, 507-533.
- C. W. Sherif, ‘The Social Context of Competition’, in R. Martens (ed.), Joy and Sadness in Children’s Sports (Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics, 1978), pp. 81-97. Abridged from Social Problems in Athletics, D. Landers (ed.), (Champaign: University of Illinois Pres, 1976), pp. 18-36.
Part 16: Audience Effects and Group Dynamics
- R. Martens, ‘Effects of An Audience on Learning and Performing a Complex Motor Skill’, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 12, 1969, 252-260.
- K. S. Courneya and A. V. Carron, ‘The Home Advantage in Sport Competitions: A Literature Review’, Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 14, 1992, 13-27.
- A. V. Carron, M. W. Colman, J. Wheeler and D. Stevens, ‘Cohesion and Performance in Sport: A Meta-Analysis’, Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 24, 2002, 168-188.
- F. Rhodewalt, A. T. Saltzman and J. Wittmer, ‘Self-Handicapping Among Competitive Athletes: The Role of Practice in Self-Esteem Protection’, Basic and Applied Social Psychology, 5, 1984, 197-209.
Part 17: Social Influence
- M. R. Leary, ‘Self-Presentational Processes in Exercise and Sport’, Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 14, 1992, 339-351.
- P. McCullagh and M. R. Weiss, ‘Modeling: Considerations for Motor Skill Performance and Psychological Responses’, in R. Singer, H. Hausenblas and C. Janelle (eds), Handbook of Research in Sport Psychology 2nd ed. (New York: John Wiley & Sons, 2001), pp. 205-238.
- T. Bianco and R. Eklund, ‘Conceptual Considerations for Social Support Research in Sport and Exercise Psychology: The Case of Sport Injury’, Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 23,2001, 85-107.
- A. L. Smith, ‘Peer Relationships in Physical Activity Contexts: A Road Less Travelled in Youth Sport and Exercise Psychology Research’, Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 4, 2003, 25-39.
Part 18: The Self in Sport
- K. R. Fox and C. B. Corbin, ‘The Physical Self-Perception Profile: Development and Preliminary Validation’, Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 11, 1989, 408-430.
- H. W. Marsh, G. E. Richards, S. Johnson, L. Roche and P. Tremayne, ‘Physical Self-Description Questionnaire: Psychometric Properties and a Multitrait-Multimethod Analysis of Relations to Existing Instruments’, Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 16, 1994, 270-305.
Part 19: Motivation in Sport
- H. W. Marsh, ‘Sport Motivation Orientations: Beware of Jingle-Jangle Fallacies’, Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 16, 1994, 365-380.
- M. Theeboom, P. DeKnop and M. R. Weiss, ‘Motivational Climate, Psychological Responses, and Motor Skill Development in Children’s Sport: A Field-Based Intervention Study’, Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 17, 1995, 294-311.
- J. D. Coatsworth and D. E. Conroy, ‘The Effects of Autonomy-Supportive Coaching, Need Satisfaction, and Self-Perceptions on Initiative and Identity in Youth Swimmers’, Developmental Psychology, 45,2009, 320-328.
- K. J. Bartholomew, N. Ntoumanis, R. M. Ryan and C. Thøgersen-Ntoumani, ‘Psychological Need Thwarting in the Sport Context: Assessing the Darker Side of Athletic Experience’, Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 33, 2011, 75-102.
- S. A. Jackson, ‘Factors Influencing the Occurrence of Flow State in Elite Athletes’, Journal of Applied Sport Psychology, 7,1995, 138-166.
Part 19: Psychosocial Stress in Sport: Sources, Burnout, and Injury
- D. Gould, S. A. Jackson and L.M Finch, ‘Sources of Stress in National Champion Figure Skaters’, Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 15, 1993, 134-159.
- M. B. Andersen and J. M. Williams, ‘A Model of Stress and Athletic Injury: Prediction and Prevention’, Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 10, 1988, 294-306.
- R. E. Smith, F. L. Smoll and J. T. Ptacek, ‘Conjunctive Moderator Variables in Vulnerability and Resiliency Research: Life Stress, Social Support and Coping Skills, and Adolescent Sport Injuries’, Journal of Personality and Sport Psychology, 58,1990, 360-370.
- R. C. Eklund and S. L.Cresswell, ‘Athlete Burnout’, in G. Tenenbaum and R. Eklund (eds), Handbook of Sport Psychology (3rd ed), (Hoboken, NJ: Wiley, 2007), pp. 621-641.
Volume 4: Applied Sport Psychology
Introduction to volume 3
Part 20: Conceptual Issues and Professional Practice
- R. Martens, ‘About Smocks and Jocks’, Journal of Sport Psychology, 1, 1979, 94-99.
- R. Martens, ‘Science, Knowledge, and Sport Psychology’, The Sport Psychologist, 1, 1987, 29-55.
- A. Poczwardowski, C. Sherman and K. P. Henschen, ‘A Sport Psychology Service Delivery Heuristic: Building on Theory and Practice’, The Sport Psychologist, 12, 1998, 191-207.
Part 21: Basic Psychological Skills
- L. B. Kyllo and D. Landers, ‘Goal Setting in Sport and Exercise: A Research Synthesis to Resolve the Controversy’, in Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 17, 1995, 117-137.
- P. S. Holmes and C. Calmels, ‘A Neuroscientific Review of Imagery and Observation Use in Sport’, Journal of Motor Behavior, 40, 2008, 433-445.
- P. S. Holmes and D. J. Collins, ‘The PETTLEP Approach to Motor Imagery: A Functional Equivalence Model for Sport Psychologists’, Journal of Applied Sport Psychology, 13, 2001, 60-83.
- J. Hardy, ‘Speaking Clearly: A Critical Review of the Self-Talk Literature’, Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 7, 2006, 81-97.
Part 22: Interventions
- B. Blumenstein, M. Bar-Eli, and G. Tenenbaum, ‘A Five Step Approach to Mental Training Incorporating Biofeedback’, The Sport Psychologist, 11, 1997, 440-453.
Psychological Skills Training
- M. J. Greenspan and D. L. Feltz, ‘Psychological Interventions with Athletes in Competitive Situations: A Review’, The Sport Psychologist, 3, 1989, 219-236.
Interventions with Teams
- N. L. Holt and J. G.H. Dunn, ‘Guidelines for Delivering Personal-Disclosure Mutual-Sharing Team Building Interventions’, The Sport Psychologist, 20, 2006, 348-367.
- R. E. Smith, F. Smoll and B. Curtis, ‘Coach Effectiveness Training: A Cognitive-Behavioral Approach to Enhancing Relationship Skills in Youth Sport Coaches’, Journal of Sport Psychology, 1,1979, 59-75.
Part 23: Motor Learning and Perceptual Skills Training
- G. Wulf, N. McConnel, M. Gartner and A. Schwarz, ‘Enhancing the Learning of Sport Skills Through External-Focus Feedback’, Journal of Motor Behavior, 34, 2002,171-182.
- J. B. Shea and R. L. Morgan, ‘Contextual Interference Effects on the Acquisition, Retention, and Transfer of a Motor Skill’, Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Learning and Memory, 5, 2, 1979, 179 -187.
- N. J. Smeeton, A. M. Williams,N. J. Hodges and P. Ward, ‘The Relative Effectiveness of Various Instructional Approaches in Developing Anticipation Skill’, Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 11, 2, 2005, 98 -110.
Part 24: Coach-athlete relationship
- N. P. Barnett, F. L. Smoll and R. E. Smith, ‘Effects of Enhancing Coach-Athlete Relationships on Youth Sport Attrition’, The Sport Psychologist, 6, 1992, 111-127.
Part 25: Self-Efficacy and Cognitive-Affective Stress Management
- A. Bandura, ‘Perceived Self-Efficacy in the Exercise of Personal Agency’, Journal of Applied Sport Psychology, 2, 1990, 128-163.
- P. R. E. Crocker, R. B. Alderman and F. M. R. Smith, ‘Cognitive-Affective Stress Management Training with High Performance Youth Volleyball Players: Effects on Affect, Cognition, and Performance’, Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 10, 1988, 448-460.
Part 26: Emotion and Performance
- M. V. Jones, ‘Controlling Emotions in Sport’, The Sport Psychologist, 17, 2003, 471-486.