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TSP is a scholarly refereed journal designed as a forum to stimulate thought and disseminate knowledge that focuses on the application and practice of sport psychology. The Forum Editor’s choice from the current issue: Sport Psychology Consultants’ Views on Working With Perfectionistic Elite Athletes by Ellinor Klockare, Luke F. Olsson, Henrik Gustafsson, Carolina Lundqvist, Andrew P. Hill.
Qualitative Research in Sport, Exercise and Health is a landmark publication – it is the first international journal solely dedicated to the advancement and dissemination of qualitative research in the sport, exercise, and health sciences. The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: Drawing your way into ethnographic research: comics and drawing as arts-based methodology by Shawn D. Forde.
Stress, Well-Being, and Performance in Sport, edited by Rachel Arnold and David Fletcher (Routledge) provides a comprehensive and contemporary overview of stress in sport and its implications on performance and well-being. Our reviewer is sport psychology professor Henrik Gustafsson. He would have loved to read this book as an undergraduate student and coach in cross-country skiing; as a professor he contends that this is the book to go to for insights about stress in sport.
JCSP seeks to promote an understanding of theory, technique, and empirical findings specifically related to clinical sport psychology. The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: Perfectionism and Burnout in Athletes: The Mediating Role of Perceived Stress by Luke F. Olsson, Michael C. Grugan, Joseph N. Martin, and Daniel J. Madigan.
Lessons Learned From a Multi-Level Intervention Program to Reduce Swedish Female Floorballers’ Dropout Rate: A Summary
In this feature article, Stefan Wagnsson, Henrik Gustafsson, Johan Libäck and Leslie William Podlog summarize their article in Journal of Sport Psychology in Action, in which they present an intervention study with the aim of reducing dropout frequency among adolescent girls in floorball in Sweden. They developed a two-year longitudinal intervention program using a multi-level approach of sport attrition. The result was satisfying, with a sharp decrease in dropouts from the cohort under study.
“A novel attempt to write exclusively about different aspects of psychology, exclusively related to football.” That’s how Karl Marius Aksum describes the ambition behind the collected volume Football Psychology: From Theory to Practice, editied by Erkut Konter, Jürgen Beckman and Todd M. Loughead (Routledge). Unfortunately, writes our reviewer, the book does not deliver on that intention; out of 25 contributions, Aksum can name but a handful that is up to speed on the current state of knowledge in the field of sports psychology.
The aim of the Journal of Sport Psychology in Action is to provide psychology practitioners involved in the sport industry with sound information that is immediately applicable to their work. The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: Lessons Learned from a Multi-Level Intervention Program to Reduce Swedish Female Floorballers’ Dropout Rate by Stefan Wagnsson, Henrik Gustafsson, Johan Libäck & Leslie William Podlog.
IJSEP publishes empirical and theoretical contributions in the science of physical activity, human movement, exercise, and sport. The journal’s Editors and Editorial Board encourage researchers and scholars worldwide to submit their work for publication. The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: Alcoholics Fanonymous: The relationships between reasons for drinking, aggression, and team identification in sports fans by Sean Pradhan, Nicholas A. Lee, Susan Snycerski & Sean Laraway.
The EJSS is the official journal of the European College of Sport Science. The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: Mindfulness and shooting performance in biathlon. A prospective study by Torbjörn Josefsson, Henrik Gustafsson, Trym Iversen Rostad, Frank L. Gardner & Andreas Ivarsson (open access).
Academics in various disciplines are writing about sport. Sport in Society is a multi-disciplinary and inter-disciplinary forum for academics to discuss the growing relationship of sport to significant areas of modern life. The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: ‘I don’t know if America would have picked me:’ athletic, national, and racial identities of the U.S. Men’s Kabaddi Team by Sam Winemiller