By David Lavallee, John
Kremer, Aidan P. Morgan, Mark Williams
Paperback, 272pages, 23.3 ×
15.5 × 2cm
presents an accessible overview of current research and
debate in the psychology of sport and exercise.
Combining important theoretical frameworks and current
empirical evidence, it uses sporting examples to explain
concepts and applications in a clear and engaging way.
The history, background and theory of each topic is
discussed, before putting theory into practice through
the use of case studies and practical examples. Written
by internationally renowned authors, this text is
essential reading for students of sport psychology at
all levels, whether as part of sport studies, sport
science or psychology programmes
About the Authors:
David Lavalle is a Reader in Sport and Exercise
Psychology, Loughborough University.
John Kremer is a Reader in Applied Social
Psychology at Queen's University Belfast.
Aidan P. Morgan is the Head of the Department of
Psychology and Director of the Psychology Research
Laboratory, University College, Dublin.
Mark Williams is a Reader in Sports Science at
the Research Institute for Sports and Exercise Sciences
at Liverpool John Moores University