Jim Taylor, PhD, is a long-time sport psychologist and a consultant, speaker, and author who has worked with dancers for three decades. He is also a coauthor of Psychology of Dance, a predecessor of this book, and has consulted with Miami City Ballet. He is a member of the American Psychological Association and the Association for Applied Sport Psychology. Taylor received a PhD in psychology from the University of Colorado at Boulder. He enjoys skiing, running, and cycling. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.
... behaviors leading to athlete trust.
Coaching Success Questionnaire-2 (CSQ-2)
Gillham, A., Burton, D., & Gillham, E. (2013). Going beyond won-loss record to identify successful coaches: Development and preliminary...
Alan L. Smith, PhD, is a professor and the chairperson of the department of kinesiology at Michigan State University. Smith has served as associate editor of the Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology and on the editorial boards of Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly; International Journal of Sport Psychology; Journal of Applied Sport Psychology; Kinesiology Review; and Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology. Smith is a fellow of the National Academy of Kinesiology (USA) and is a past president of the North American Society for the Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.
... and biological development in distinct subsections. We then reinforce the idea that considering change in multiple domains (e.g., cognitive and biological domains) is necessary to achieve the best understanding of development. Within...
Save this Search
Send me email alerts whenever new content is added that matches this search.
You will receive email alerts for this search. Use My Content to manage your search alerts.
Are you sure you want to remove the search term from "My Saved Searches"?
This item is only available to the members of institutions that have purchased access. If you belong to such an institution please Log In
Sign in to Your Personal Account
Use your personal account to save 'favourite' commentary, chapters and books. Sign in now