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This resource guide was designed to provide you with assistance in locating good sources of information about sport psychology. To navigate this guide, click on the tabs above or the Table of Contents below. If you need more assistance, please contact us.
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Sport Psychology Research Starter
This article addresses the use of sport psychology theory and applications in physical education. The National Association of Sport and Physical Education provides national content standards to guide physical educators and administrators in the development of curricula that focus on students' development of motor skill, motivation to engage in and continue physical activity both in and out of the classroom, and social and personal responsibility.
Sports Psychology in The Salem Health Psychology & Behavioral Health
Sports psychology, also called sport psychology, is the study of the relationship between psychological or mental factors and sports participation and appreciation.
Sport Psychology Mind Map
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