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Strength Training and Sport Psychology  

E. Whitney G. Moore

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Apr 2017
Strength training sessions are developed and overseen by strength and conditioning coaches, whose primary responsibilities are to maximize individuals’ athletic performance and minimize ... More

Surgical Performance from a Psychological Perspective  

Aidan Moran, Nick Sevdalis, and Lauren Wallace

This is an advance summary of a forthcoming article in the Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Psychology. Please check back later for the full article. There ... More

Team Building and Group Cohesion in the Context of Sport and Performance Psychology  

Mark Eys and Jeemin Kim

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Jun 2017
Over the past 30 years, researchers studying group dynamics in sport have provided insight regarding the importance of considering a team’s environment, structure, and processes for its ... More

Training from an Organizational Psychology Perspective  

Kurt Kraiger

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Apr 2017
Training is the systematic processes initiated by the organization that facilitate relatively permanent changes in the knowledge, skills, or affect/attitudes of organizational members. ... More

Work and Family  

MacKenna L. Perry and Leslie B. Hammer

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Mar 2017
Study of the intersection of work with nonwork components of individuals’ lives has most often focused on roles within nuclear and extended families but is increasingly focused on nonwork ... More

Work, Stress, Coping, and Stress Management  

Sharon Glazer and Cong Liu

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Apr 2017
Work stress refers to the process of job stressors, or stimuli in the workplace, leading to strains, or negative responses or reactions. Organizational development refers to a process in ... More

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