Part one: Assessing Skills 1. Sport Psychology and Assessing Skills. Part two: Enhancing Skills 2. Confidence and Self efficacy 3. Imagery 4. Concentration 5. Mental Toughness Part three: Setting skills and Using Technique 6. Goal setting and Motivation 7. The Zone, Flow, and Mindfulness 8. Cognitive Intervention: NLP and CBT Part four: Stress Health and Injury 9. Arousal and Anxiety 10. Stress Management 11. Stress and Injuries 12. Injury Intervention 13. Exercise Psychology Part five : Unique and Individual Aspect 14. Talent identification 15. Extreme Sport 16 Reaction Time 17 Gender Differences Part six: Into the Future 18. Using social media 19. Consideration in using sport psychology. Glossary Resources Index
Core sports science textbook offering a refreshing applied approach to the study of sports psychology.
Dr Rhonda Cohen, PhD MSc, PGCHE, CSci, CPsychol, NLP is Head of the London Sport Institute at Middlesex University, UK, and is a Registered Sport & Exercise Psychologist (HPC/BPS), specialising in extreme sports. She is regularly interviewed about sports psychology by the media, including The Times,Daily Mirror, Daily Mail, Guardian, Women's Running Magazine, and Top Sante. She has appeared on TV shows such as BBC Inside Sport, Daredevils: Living on the Edge and 60 Minutes. She has a close working relationship with Tottenham Hotspur Foundation and Saracens Rugby club.
... the section on injury was interesting and certainly something we should integrate into our medical offering... I would potentially recommend it to anyone new to the topic of sport psychology. * David Jones, Saracens Rugby Club Personal Development Programme *