Journal of Applied Sport Psychology, Volume 31, 2019, Issue 1: Organizational Psychology in Sport


Taking Stock of Organizational Psychology in Sport
Christopher R. D. Wagstaff
Pages: 1-6

Original Articles

“The Team Behind the Team”: Exploring the Organizational Stressor Experiences of Sport Science and Management Staff in Elite Sport
Rachel Arnold, Sam Collington, Hannah Manley, Samuel Rees, James Soanes & Matthew Williams
Pages: 7-26

Perceived Esteem Support Predicts Competition Appraisals and Performance Satisfaction Among Varsity Athletes: A Test of Organizational Stressors as Moderators
Katherine A. Tamminen, Catherine M. Sabiston & Peter R. E. Crocker
Pages: 27-46

Process Evaluation for Stressor Reduction Interventions in Sport
Raymond Randall, Karina Nielsen & Jonathan Houdmont
Pages: 47-64

Doing Social Identity Leadership: Exploring the Efficacy of an Identity Leadership Intervention on Perceived Leadership and Mobilization in Elite Disability Soccer
Matthew J. Slater & Jamie B. Barker
Pages: 65-86

Performance Management: A Systematic Review of Processes in Elite Sport and Other Performance Domains
Conor Molan, Seamus Kelly, Rachel Arnold & James Matthews
Pages: 87-104

Toward an Understanding of Players’ Perceptions of Talent Development Environments in UK Female Football
Adam Gledhill & Chris Harwood
Pages: 105-115

Setting the Conditions for Success: A Case Study Involving the Selection Process for the Canadian Forces Snowbird Demonstration Team
Luc J. Martin & Mark A. Eys
Pages: 116-133


A Commentary and Reflections on the Field of Organizational Sport Psychology
Christopher R. D. Wagstaff
Pages: 134-146

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