Team Psychology in Sports: Theory and Practice

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INDEX
t = table, f = figure
ABQ see athlete burnout questionnaire
Achievement goal frameworks 88
Achievement goal theory 88
Action plans 9
Action research model of teambuilding 17
Affect 4, 4f
Affective impression management 100
Anderson, Jimmy 76
Antecedents-consequences model of psychological momentum 109
Appearance 53–54
Arsenal FC 118
Athlete burnout questionnaire 141
Autonomic nervous system 97
Belichick, Bill 6
Big five emotions 94
Blake, Hector 6
Blake, Nathan 46
Body language 51, 52, 53f, 54
Brailsford, Dave 34–35
British and Irish Lions 120
Burnout 139–140; reducing 143–144
Cal Tec Beavers 118
Calder, Sherylle 20
Captaincy 126–127; role 126; selection 127; sacrifices made for the role 127; enhancing 130–131
Centralized networks of communication 55–56, 56f
Chavez, Julio Cesar 118
Chemistry 15, 58
Climate see psychological climate
Co-acting teams 69
Co-leaders 127–128
Coasting 111
Cognitive-affective model of burnout in sport 140
Cognitive paradox 103
Cognitive processing therapy (CPT) 99
Cohesion 65–75, 86; definition 65–66; types 66–67; framework 67f, 67; links with performance 69–70; measurement 71–72; coach impact on 72; locomotion and maintenance 73; enhancing 73–75
Collective collapse 113–114
Collective efficacy 82–87, 83f; sources 84–85; dimensions 84; measurement 85–86; links with leadership and cohesion 86–87; enhancing 87
Collective efficacy for sports questionnaire 85–86
Collective effort 80
Collective effort model 80–81, 81f
Common ground 18
Communication 49–63, 114; definition 49; types 49; networking and structure 55–56; types of messages 55; core skills 56–58; modes 60–61; common errors 61–62; enhancing 62–63
Competing values theory 28

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Figures viii
  • Tables ix
  • Preface x
  • Acknowledgements xiii
  • 1- Introduction 1
  • 2- Team Planning and Effectiveness 8
  • 3- Developing a Positive Team Environment 22
  • 4- Role Clarity and Role Acceptance 36
  • 5- Developing Effective Team Communication 48
  • 6- Cohesion in Sport 65
  • 7- Motivating the Team 78
  • 8- Managing Emotions in Team Sports 92
  • 9- Momentum in Sport 106
  • 10- Effective Team Leadership 120
  • 11- Mental and Emotional Recovery 133
  • Reference 146
  • Index 166
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