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Psychology and Sociology of Sport--NGU

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This custom ebook includes chapters from Foundations of Sport and Exercise Psychology, Eighth Edition, and Social Issues in Sport, Fourth Edition. It has been specifically designed for students taking the course Psychology & Sociology of Sport (SPTM 2340) at North Greenville University (NGU).

Audience

Custom ebook for students taking the course Psychology & Sociology of Sport (SPTM 2340) at North Greenville University (NGU).
Beginning Your Journey
From Foundations of Sport and Exercise Psychology, Eighth Edition

Motivation
From Foundations of Sport and Exercise Psychology, Eighth Edition

Team Dynamics and Cohesion
From Foundations of Sport and Exercise Psychology, Eighth Edition

Imagery
From Foundations of Sport and Exercise Psychology, Eighth Edition

Goal Setting
From Foundations of Sport and Exercise Psychology, Eighth Edition

Concentration
From Foundations of Sport and Exercise Psychology, Eighth Edition

Burnout and Overtraining
From Foundations of Sport and Exercise Psychology, Eighth Edition

Sport and How We Study It
From Social Issues in Sport, Fourth Edition

Youth Sport and Development Through Sport
From Social Issues in Sport, Fourth Edition

Coaching and Leadership in Sport
From Social Issues in Sport, Fourth Edition

Race, Ethnicity, and Sport
From Social Issues in Sport, Fourth Edition

Gender and Sport
From Social Issues in Sport, Fourth Edition

Religion and Sport
From Social Issues in Sport, Fourth Edition

Government, Politics, and Sport
From Social Issues in Sport, Fourth Edition
Robert S. Weinberg, PhD, is a professor emeritus in the department of sport leadership and management at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. He has more than 40 years of experience in both the scholarly and applied aspects of sport psychology. He has written numerous research articles, including more than 175 refereed articles in scholarly journals, as well as books, book chapters, and applied articles for coaches, athletes, and exercisers.

Weinberg was voted one of the top 10 sport psychologists in North America by his peers. He is past president of the North American Society for Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity (NASPSPA) and of the Association for Applied Sport Psychology (AASP). He is also a certified AASP consultant, consulting with athletes of all sports and ages.

Weinberg was named a Distinguished Scholar at Miami University in 2005. In addition, he was the editor of the Journal of Applied Sport Psychology and was voted Outstanding Faculty Member in the School of Education and Allied Professions at Miami University in 1998. In his leisure time, he enjoys playing tennis, traveling, and gardening.

Daniel Gould, PhD, is the former director of the Institute for the Study of Youth Sports and the emeritus Gwendolyn Norrell Professor of Youth Sport and Student Athlete Development in the department of kinesiology at Michigan State University. He has taught sport psychology for more than 40 years. An active researcher, Gould was the founding coeditor of The Sport Psychologist and has published more than 200 articles on sport psychology. He is best known for conducting applied research that links research and practice.

Gould was voted one of the top 10 sport psychology specialists in North America and is internationally known, having presented his work in more than 30 countries. When on the faculty of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, he received the university’s coveted Alumni Teaching Excellence Award, an all-campus teaching honor. He is certified as a consultant by the Association for Applied Sport Psychology (AASP) and is a member of the United States Olympic Committee Sport Psychology Registry.

Gould is the former president of AASP and SHAPE America’s Sport Psychology Academy. In addition to teaching sport psychology, he is extensively involved in coaching education, from youth sports to Olympic competition. He also serves as a mental skills training consultant for professional, Olympic, and world-class athletes. In recent years he has served as an executive coach for business leaders interested in enhancing their organizations’ performance.

He lives in Okemos, Michigan, with his wife, Deb. He is a proud father of two sons, Kevin and Brian. In his leisure time, he enjoys swimming, doing fitness activities, and spending time with his family.

Ronald B. Woods, PhD, is an adjunct professor of health science and human performance at the University of Tampa. He was a professor of physical education and men’s tennis coach at West Chester University in Pennsylvania for 17 years and was inducted into their Athletic Hall of Fame.

Woods also spent 20 years with the United States Tennis Association (USTA) and was the first director of player development charged with developing top junior players into successful playing professionals. He was honored by the International Tennis Hall of Fame with their Educational Merit Award in 1996. In 2010, Woods was inducted into the USTA Middle States Tennis Hall of Fame.

Woods has been a member of the United States Professional Tennis Association (USPTA) for over 40 years. He has served as the president of the USPTA Middle States division and as a member of the national executive committee. He was honored by the USPTA as National Coach of the Year in 1982 and named a Master Tennis Professional in 1984. In 2012, Woods was inducted into the USPTA Middle States Hall of Fame.

A lifelong member of SHAPE America, Woods was a member of the U.S. Olympic Coaching Committee for eight years and the Coaches’ Commission of the International Tennis Federation.

B. Nalani Butler, PhD, is an assistant professor of sport management at Kennesaw State University. Butler is a former college student-athlete who continued her scholarly journey until she completed her PhD at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville. During her tenure in Knoxville, she volunteered her time as a graduate student representative for the Center for Sport, Peace, and Society, which works closely with the U.S. State Department on issues involving sport diplomacy. More recently, Butler’s international experience involves being a part of the International Olympic Academy’s International Session for Educators, where she works with scholars around the world to develop communication and understanding with using sport as a vehicle for peace and understanding.

Butler’s past experiences in the sport industry include working with the Cincinnati Reds (MLB) team, USA Bobsled and Skeleton, the Georgia State University Athletic Department, and the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SIAC). She is an editorial board member of Engaging Sports and on the Board of Commissioners for the Commission on Sport Management Accreditation (COSMA). Butler’s experiences working, traveling, and playing sports have helped her to shape a scholarly professional trajectory, focused on exploring social issues in sport, locally and globally.

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Robert S. Weinberg,Daniel S. Gould,Ronald B. Woods,B. Nalani Butler

Psychology and Sociology of Sport--NGU

$77.93 USD
This custom ebook includes chapters from Foundations of Sport and Exercise Psychology, Eighth Edition, and Social Issues in Sport, Fourth Edition. It has been specifically designed for students taking the course Psychology & Sociology of Sport (SPTM 2340) at North Greenville University (NGU).

Audience

Custom ebook for students taking the course Psychology & Sociology of Sport (SPTM 2340) at North Greenville University (NGU).
Beginning Your Journey
From Foundations of Sport and Exercise Psychology, Eighth Edition

Motivation
From Foundations of Sport and Exercise Psychology, Eighth Edition

Team Dynamics and Cohesion
From Foundations of Sport and Exercise Psychology, Eighth Edition

Imagery
From Foundations of Sport and Exercise Psychology, Eighth Edition

Goal Setting
From Foundations of Sport and Exercise Psychology, Eighth Edition

Concentration
From Foundations of Sport and Exercise Psychology, Eighth Edition

Burnout and Overtraining
From Foundations of Sport and Exercise Psychology, Eighth Edition

Sport and How We Study It
From Social Issues in Sport, Fourth Edition

Youth Sport and Development Through Sport
From Social Issues in Sport, Fourth Edition

Coaching and Leadership in Sport
From Social Issues in Sport, Fourth Edition

Race, Ethnicity, and Sport
From Social Issues in Sport, Fourth Edition

Gender and Sport
From Social Issues in Sport, Fourth Edition

Religion and Sport
From Social Issues in Sport, Fourth Edition

Government, Politics, and Sport
From Social Issues in Sport, Fourth Edition
Robert S. Weinberg, PhD, is a professor emeritus in the department of sport leadership and management at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. He has more than 40 years of experience in both the scholarly and applied aspects of sport psychology. He has written numerous research articles, including more than 175 refereed articles in scholarly journals, as well as books, book chapters, and applied articles for coaches, athletes, and exercisers.

Weinberg was voted one of the top 10 sport psychologists in North America by his peers. He is past president of the North American Society for Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity (NASPSPA) and of the Association for Applied Sport Psychology (AASP). He is also a certified AASP consultant, consulting with athletes of all sports and ages.

Weinberg was named a Distinguished Scholar at Miami University in 2005. In addition, he was the editor of the Journal of Applied Sport Psychology and was voted Outstanding Faculty Member in the School of Education and Allied Professions at Miami University in 1998. In his leisure time, he enjoys playing tennis, traveling, and gardening.

Daniel Gould, PhD, is the former director of the Institute for the Study of Youth Sports and the emeritus Gwendolyn Norrell Professor of Youth Sport and Student Athlete Development in the department of kinesiology at Michigan State University. He has taught sport psychology for more than 40 years. An active researcher, Gould was the founding coeditor of The Sport Psychologist and has published more than 200 articles on sport psychology. He is best known for conducting applied research that links research and practice.

Gould was voted one of the top 10 sport psychology specialists in North America and is internationally known, having presented his work in more than 30 countries. When on the faculty of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, he received the university’s coveted Alumni Teaching Excellence Award, an all-campus teaching honor. He is certified as a consultant by the Association for Applied Sport Psychology (AASP) and is a member of the United States Olympic Committee Sport Psychology Registry.

Gould is the former president of AASP and SHAPE America’s Sport Psychology Academy. In addition to teaching sport psychology, he is extensively involved in coaching education, from youth sports to Olympic competition. He also serves as a mental skills training consultant for professional, Olympic, and world-class athletes. In recent years he has served as an executive coach for business leaders interested in enhancing their organizations’ performance.

He lives in Okemos, Michigan, with his wife, Deb. He is a proud father of two sons, Kevin and Brian. In his leisure time, he enjoys swimming, doing fitness activities, and spending time with his family.

Ronald B. Woods, PhD, is an adjunct professor of health science and human performance at the University of Tampa. He was a professor of physical education and men’s tennis coach at West Chester University in Pennsylvania for 17 years and was inducted into their Athletic Hall of Fame.

Woods also spent 20 years with the United States Tennis Association (USTA) and was the first director of player development charged with developing top junior players into successful playing professionals. He was honored by the International Tennis Hall of Fame with their Educational Merit Award in 1996. In 2010, Woods was inducted into the USTA Middle States Tennis Hall of Fame.

Woods has been a member of the United States Professional Tennis Association (USPTA) for over 40 years. He has served as the president of the USPTA Middle States division and as a member of the national executive committee. He was honored by the USPTA as National Coach of the Year in 1982 and named a Master Tennis Professional in 1984. In 2012, Woods was inducted into the USPTA Middle States Hall of Fame.

A lifelong member of SHAPE America, Woods was a member of the U.S. Olympic Coaching Committee for eight years and the Coaches’ Commission of the International Tennis Federation.

B. Nalani Butler, PhD, is an assistant professor of sport management at Kennesaw State University. Butler is a former college student-athlete who continued her scholarly journey until she completed her PhD at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville. During her tenure in Knoxville, she volunteered her time as a graduate student representative for the Center for Sport, Peace, and Society, which works closely with the U.S. State Department on issues involving sport diplomacy. More recently, Butler’s international experience involves being a part of the International Olympic Academy’s International Session for Educators, where she works with scholars around the world to develop communication and understanding with using sport as a vehicle for peace and understanding.

Butler’s past experiences in the sport industry include working with the Cincinnati Reds (MLB) team, USA Bobsled and Skeleton, the Georgia State University Athletic Department, and the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SIAC). She is an editorial board member of Engaging Sports and on the Board of Commissioners for the Commission on Sport Management Accreditation (COSMA). Butler’s experiences working, traveling, and playing sports have helped her to shape a scholarly professional trajectory, focused on exploring social issues in sport, locally and globally.

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