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2. 3. 4. Competition

  • Natural Selection:
    • Survival of the Fittest

5. 6. Mens sana in corpore sano-2nd century A.D . 7. The way of the champion

  • Ancient Taoism and Zen Buddhism
  • in the zone;
  • Hes unconscious out there!

8.

  • Plethora of meanings
  • According to ancient Greece, arte signified eternal excellence and was a quest of man to reach perfection.

9. Early Research1890s 1920s 10.

  • In 1898 conducted a study on cyclists
  • social facilitation: the presence of audience
  • Accidental birth of sport psychology

11. Others

  • E.W. Scripture (1895)
    • Conduct psychological study on fencers
    • Interest in determining the reaction time and discrimination time between expert
    • fencers and novice fencers
  • G.T.W. Patrick (1903)
    • psychology of American football

12. 13. First book:The Psychology of Coaching 1 st U.S . Lab first course:Psychology and Athletics 1923 1925 1926 Coleman Griffith 14. Around the world

  • Carl Diem, Berlin Germany, 1920
  • A.Z. Puni, 1925, Leningrad Soviet Union

15. 16. Franklin Henry

  • Known as" Father of Motor Behavior Research
  • Largely responsible forthe fields development
  • Known for his research on Motor skills
  • Memory Drum Theory- reaction time and latency
  • Trained others who later on became University professors

17. Alan-Slater Hammel

  • Known for research onMotor learning
  • Experiments on reaction time.

18. Notable highlights

  • 1938-Franklin Henry assumes position in Department of physical education at the University of California , Berkley
  • 1949-Warren Johnson assesses pre-competitive emotions of athletes
  • 1951- John Lawther writesPsychology of Coaching
  • 1965- First world Congress of Sports Psychology is held in Rome

19. 20. Sports Psychology Societies

  • 1965-(IISP)International Society OfSports Psychology is founded
  • 1967-First annual (NASPSPA) Conference is held
  • 1986-(AAASP) is founded
  • 1987- Division 47 is founded

21. Publications

  • 1969-Journal of Motor Behavior is established
  • 1970-(IJSP) International Journal of Sports Psychology is Published
  • 1979-(JSEP) Journal of Sports and Exercise Psychology starts publishing articles.
  • 1981- Martens smocks to jocks article is published

22. Teaching

  • Late 60s- Specializedcourses and graduate programs developed
  • 1972- six graduate programs in the United States
  • Today over 140 graduate programs
  • Over 30 textbooks today

23. 24. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y_GFfUmw3cs&feature=related 25. Careers

  • University Sport Psychology Teaching:
    • Many graduates of Sport Psychology programs decide to become professors.
    • They earn about $55,000.
  • Sport Psychology Research:
    • Many people interested in Sport Psychology become researchers after graduating.

26. Careers Ctd.

  • Sport Psychology Consultation :
    • Consultants work for sports teams or individual athletes, helping to find any mental or emotional obstacles that may affect athletic performance.
    • They assist coaches in helping the athletes improve motivation levels.

27. Typical Day

  • The activities of a particular sport psychology professional will differ based on the practitioner's interests and training.
  • Typically, these individuals teach at
  • colleges and universities and, in some cases,
  • also work with athletes, coaches, or athletic
  • administrators.

28. 29. References

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  • Entin, P. (2009).Exercise and sports psychology. Retrieved from http://jan.ucc.nau.edu/~pe/exs190web/190sprtpysch.htm
  • Exercise and sports psychology . (n.d.). Retrieved from http://jan.ucc.nau.edu/~pe/exs190web/190sprtpysch.htm
  • Felluga, D. (2002, July 17).Definition:polymorphous perversity. Retrieved from http://www.cla.purdue.edu/academic/engl/theory/psychoanalysis/definitions/polymorphous.htm
  • Kornspan, Alan. (2009).Fundamentals of sport and exercise psychology . Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics Publishers.
  • Kremer, J, & Moran, A. (2008, August). Swifter, higher, stronger: the history of sport psychology.The Psychologist, 21(8), 740-742.
  • Mastrich, J. (2009, July 28).The Origins of sport psychology . Retrieved from http://drjimmastrich.com/sport-psychology/the-origins-of-sport-psychology/
  • Miller, Stephen G.(2004).Arete: Greek Sports from Ancient Sources . Ewing, NJ: University of California Press.
  • Schmidt, Richard, Wrisberg, Craig, , , & , . (1941).Motor learning and performance: a situation-based learning approach. Champaign Il: Human Kinetics Publishers.
  • Sports psychology introduction . (n.d.). Retrievedfrom http://academic.scranton.edu/faculty/OAKESM2/spintrout.html
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