1st Edition

The Routledge International Encyclopedia of Sport and Exercise Psychology Volume 2: Applied and Practical Measures

Edited By Dieter Hackfort, Robert Schinke Copyright 2020
    754 Pages 24 B/W Illustrations
    by Routledge

    754 Pages 24 B/W Illustrations
    by Routledge

    The Routledge International Encyclopedia of Sport and Exercise Psychology integrates the topics of motor control, physical education, exercise, adventure, performance in sports, and the performing arts, in several important ways and contexts, drawing upon diverse cultural perspectives. More than 90 overarching topics have been systematically developed by internationally renowned experts in theory, research, and practice.

    Each contribution delves into a thematic area with more nuanced vocabulary. The terminology drawn upon integrates traditional discourse and emerging topic matter into a state-of-the-art two-volume set. Volume 1: Theoretical and Methodological Concepts is comprised of theoretical topic matter, spanning theories and terminology from psychology contextualized to sport and physical activity, sport psychology-focused theories, and expansive discussions related to philosophy of science and methodology. Volume 2: Applied and Practical Measures draws upon practical concepts that bridge theory and research and practice. Broader issues that extend beyond sport and physical activity participants are embedded within the entries, intended to augment physical, mental, and social well-being.

    This expansive encyclopedia is a must-have resource for all professionals, scholars, and students in the fields of sport psychology and sport science.

    Volume 1 Contents

    Volume 1: Theoretical and Methodological Concepts: Board of Experts

    Volume 2: Applied and Practical Measures: Board of Experts

    List of Figures

    List of Tables

    List of Contributors

    List of Keywords

    Orientation for Volume 2: Theory to Practice



    Dieter Hackfort and Robert J. Schinke

    1. Accreditation

    Richard Keegan and Stewart Cotterill

    2. Affect and Music

    Jasmin C. Hutchinson and Leighton Jones

    3. Anxiety Disorder and Treatment

    William D. Parham

    4. Athletic Talent Development in Relation to Psychological Factors

    Daniel Gould, Ian Cowburn, and Emily Wright

    5. Augmented Feedback

    Wolfgang Taube and Benedikt Lauber

    6. Career Assistance Programmes

    Miquel Torregrossa, Susana Regüela, and Marina Mateos

    7. Career Development

    Paul Wylleman, Koen De Brandt, and Paul De Knop

    8. Career Management – An Action-Theory Approach

    Dieter Hackfort

    9. Career Transitions

    Natalia B. Stambulova and Roy David Samuel

    10. Coaches’ Decision Making

    John Lyle and Bob Muir

    11. Coaches: Health, Well-Being, and Burnout

    Göran Kenttä, Peter Olusoga, and Marte Bentzen

    12. Coaching Athletes with a Disability

    Danielle Alexander and Gordon A. Bloom

    13. Cognitive Declines: Protection by Physical Activity

    Feng-Tzu Chen, Yu-Kai Chang, and Stefan Schneider

    14. Conflict and Communication in Coach-Athlete Relationships

    Svenja Wachsmuth and Sophia Jowett

    15. Continuing Education

    Stewart Cotterill ans Richard Keegan

    16. Cultural Praxis

    Stiliani "Ani" Chroni and Anna Kavoura

    17. Depression: Prevention and Treatment Through Exercise

    Brandon L. Alderman, Christopher J. Brush, and Anthony J. Bocchine

    18. Eating Disorders and Disordered Eating in Athletes

    Jessica Zarndt and Aurelia Nattiv

    19. Emotion Regulation

    Montse C. Ruiz ans Claudio Robazza

    20. Ethical Issues

    Fabio Lucidi, Andrea Chirico, and Dieter Hackfort

    21. Evaluating Interventions

    Andy Pringle, Nicky Kime, Lorena Lozano-Sufrategui, and Stephen Zwolinsky

    22. Exercise Behaviour Models

    Youngho Kim and Saengryeol Park

    23. Goal-Setting

    Joanne Butt and Robert Weinberg

    24. High-Performance Coaches

    Mathew Grey, Clifford J. Mallett, Katherine A. O’Brien, and Steven B. Rynne

    25. Human Performance Pillars in Elite Sport

    Michael Bar-Eli and Ronnie Lidor

    26. Injury

    Leslie Podlog ans Stefanie Podlog

    27. Intervention and Training in Young Athletes

    Antonio Hernández-Mendo, Juan González-Hernández, María Julia Raimundi, and  Rafael E. Reigal

    28. Mental Simulation and Neurocognition: Advances for Motor Imagery and Action Observation Training in Sport

    Cornelia Frank, David J. Wright, and Paul S. Holmes

    29. Mindfulness Training

    Chun-Qing Zhang and Ning Su

    30. Neurocognitive Psychology for Sport

    Dirk Koester and Thomas Schack

    31. New Technologies in SportandPsychology Practice

    Thomas Schack, John Elvis Hagan Jr., & Kai Essig

    32. Performance and Brain in Sport

    Ming-Yang Cheng and Tsung-Min Hung

    33. Performance of Closed Self-Paced Motor Tasks

    Ronnie Lidor

    34. Planning Exploiting Biopsychosocial Cues

    Carine Meslot and Christopher J. Armitage

    35. Positive Youth Development Through Sport

    Nicholas L. Holt, Kurtis Pankow, and Helene Jorgensen

    36. Practice

    Ernst-Joachim Hossner, Ralf Kredel, and David W. Franklin

    37. Professional Development: Supervision, Mentorship, and Professional Developent in the Career of an Applied Professional

    Jamie L. Shapiro and Artur Poczwardowski

    38. Quality Management in Sport and Performance Psychology Programmes

    Sarah Castillo

    39. Self-Talk and Emotions

    Alexander T. Latinjak and Emma Conyers-Elliff

    40. Services for Talented Young Athletes

    Carsten Hvid Larsen and  Daniel Gould

    41. Substance Abuse in Athletics: A Biopsychosocial Approach to Assessment and Management

    Atur V. Turakhia

    42. T'ai Chi for Improving Brain Function and Cognition

    Monica Muinos and Soledad Ballesteros

    43. Talent development and Expertise in Sport

    Jean Côté, Veronica Allan, and  Jennifer Turnnidge

    44. Talent Development Environments

    Kristoffer Henriksen, Camilla Knight, and Duarte Araújo

    45. Transnational Athletic Career and Cultural Transition

    Tatiana V. Ryba, Natalia B. Stambulova, and Noora J. Ronkainen


    Dieter Hackfort is a retired professor for sport psychology. In his career he held professorships at the Center for Behavioral Medicine and Health Psychology at the University of South Florida, USA, the Institutes for Sport Science at the Universities in Heidelberg and Munich, Germany, and Qatar University in Doha, as well as an Honorary Professorship and a Guest Professorship at the Hubei University in Wuhan, China. Dr. Hackfort is former President of the German Association of Sport Psychology (ASP) and the International Society of Sport Psychology (ISSP). He also serves as a consultant for Olympic athletes, athletes in x-treme/adventurous sport activities, and professional athletes, including drivers in F1 and further motor sports.

    Robert J. Schinke is President for the International Society of Sport Psychology (ISSP) and a Past President of the Association for Applied Sport Psychology (AASP). Robert is a Full Professor and the Canada Research Chair of Multicultural Sport and Physical Activity at Laurentian University, in Canada, and a Distinguished Honorary Professor at Tsing Hua University, in Taiwan. Robert has worked extensively with world champion professional boxers featured on major television networks, consults also with an assortment of professional sport athletes across disciplines, and has served as Mental Training Consultant with several Canadian male and female national teams each Olympic cycle since 1996.