Table of contents for Social psychology in sport / Sophia Jowett, David Lavallee, editors.


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part I   Relationships in Sport
Understanding the Coach-Athlete Relationship                     3
Coach-Athlete Relationship Defined 4 * Motivations for Initiating and
Maintaining a Coach-Athlete Relationship 4 * Importance of Studying
Coach-Athlete Relationships 6 o Recent Conceptualizations of the
Coach-Athlete Relationship 7 Integrated Research Model 9 Future
Research 11 * Practical Implications 13 * Summary 13
Interdependence Analysis and the 3+1Cs in the
Coach-Athlete Relationship                                      15
interdependence Theory: Essential Elements in Dyadic Relationships 16
3+ 1Cs Conceptualization of the Coach-Athlete Relationship 17 o 3+1"Cs
Model and Interdependence Theory 20 * Future Research 24 - Practical
Implications 25 - Summary 26
Interpersonal Communication and Conflict in the
Coach-Athlete Relationship                                      29
Communication 30 a Conflict 34 - Relationship Between Communication and
Conflict 37 - Relational Expertise 38 - Future Research 38 a Practical
Implications 39 * Summary 39
Youth Peer Relationships in Sport                               4
Peer Relationships Defined 42 - Guiding Theoretical Frameworks 43 - Why
Study Peer Relationships in Sport? 45 - Research on Sport-Based Peer Relation-
ships 417 Future Research 51 - Practical Implications 53 * Summary 54
part 1I  Coach Leadership and Group Dynamics                      55
Multidimensional Model of Coach Leadership                     57
Historical Perspectives 58 - Overview of the Multidimensiona! Model of
Leadership (MML) 61 * Research Associated With the MMI 63 - Eva!uation of
the Research to Date 70 * Future Research 71 a Practical imnlications 72 *
Summary 73
Social-Cognitive Approach to Coaching Behaviors                75
Leadership Research in Youth Sport Settings 76 - Initial Mediational
Model 77 * Expanded Mediational Model and Research irnmplications 79
Developrnent and Evaluation of Coach Effectiveness Training 85 F Future
Research 87 * Practical Implications 88 o Summary 89
Team Cohesion: Nature, Correlates, and Development             91
Conceptual Model for Team Cohesion 92 * Relationship of Tearn Cohesion to
Team Success 93 * Correlates of Cohesion 94 Benefits and Liabilities of
Cohesion 95 - Nature of Team Building 97 * Team Building for Cohesion in
Sport 98 Future Research 99 - Practical Implications 100 Summary 100
E... Arll the World's a Stage: Impact of an Audience on
Sport Performers                                              103
Historical Overview of Theory and Research 104 o How Do Athleltes Respond
to an Audience? 105 * Positive and Negative Effects of Audiences on Athlete
Performance 107 * Future Research 110 o Practical Implicationsl 111
Summary 1113
part I    Motivational Climate                       115
V-  ,  Coach-Created Motivational Climate                         117
Basic Tenets and Constructs of Achievement Goal Frameworks 11 9
Research on the Coach-Created Motivational Climate 122 9 Conceptual
issues and Measurement Challenges 124 F Future Research 127 * Practical
Implications 128 * Sumrnmary 128
SParent-Created Motivational Climate                                    131
Achievement Goal Theory 132 * Parent Moiivafion in Educational
Settings 134 * Parent-Created Climate in Sport and Physical Activity
Settings 136 o Related Findings on Parent Achievement Motivation 138 5
Future Research 140 * Practical Implications 141 * Summary 142
Peer-Created Motivational Climate                              145
Achievement Goal Theory and Motivational Climate 146 - Qualitative
Investigation of the Peer-Created Motivational Climate 147 - Measurement
of the Peer-Created Motivational Climate 149 * Peer-Created Motivational
Climate and Indices of Motivaioan 150 e Age and Gender Differences in
Perceptions of the Peer-Created Motivational Climatep 152 Between-Group
"Variations in Perceptions of the Peer-Created Motivationa Climate 153
Future Research 154 - Practical implications 155 Summary 155
part IV   Key Social and Co       nitive Processes in Sport          57
Physical Self-Concept and Sport                                159
Critical Issues in Self-Concept Research 160 o Self-Description
Questionnaires 161 * Physical Self-Description Questionnaire (PSDQ) 166 o
Elite Athlete Self-Description Questionnaire (EASDQ) 173 o Causal Ordering of
Self-Concept and Performance 174 * Future Research 176 * Practical
Implications 178 # Summary 178
S,   Efficacy Beliefs Within Relational and Group Contexts
in Sport                                                        181
Role Efficacy Within Sport Teams 182 - Collective Efficacy Within Sport
Teams 185 * Coaching Efficacy in Sport 188 Additional Forms of Relational
Efficacy in Sport 190 - Future Research 191 * Practical Implications 192
Summary 192
,    Person Perception and Sport Performance                        195
Approaches to Person Perception 196 ' Research on Person Perception in
Sport 202 - Future Research 205 - Practical Implications 207 * Summary 207
S Self-Handicapping in Sport: A Self-Presentation Strategy     209
Self Presentation 210 Self--Handicapping in Sport 213 - Future Research 216
Practical Implications 219 * Summary 219
part V   The Athete in the Wider Sport Enviro nment               221
S nfluence of Social Support on Athletes                       223
What is Sociai Support? 224 * Principal Theoretical Frameworks 225 - Social
Support in Sport 226 Future Research 229 * Practical mplications 230 *
Summary 230
S"   Parenting and Career Transitions of Elite Athletes            233
Life-Sopan Perspective on the Athletic Career 234 w Multistage Perspective
on Parental Involvement 236 e Stages of Parental Involvement 239 Cuture
Research 245 , Practical implications 246 * Summary 247
"Passion for Sport in Athletes                                     249
Theory and Research on Passion 250 Research on Passion in Sport 253
Future Research 259 - Practical implications 261 , Summary 262
Morality in Sport                                                  265
Theories of Morality 266 * Morality Research in Sport 268 * Future
Research 275 * Practical implications 276 e Summary 276
Cross-Cultural Issues in Sport Psychology Research                 279
Historical Overview of Cross-Cultural Psycnology in Sport 280 * Basic
Definitions 281 s Popular Frameworks for Cross-Cultural Psychology 281
Goals of Cross-Cultural Research 283 * Methodological issues 284 * Future
Research 286 - Practical Implications 287 a Summary 288



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Sports Psychological aspects, Social psychology