5 edition of Applied Research in Coaching And Athletics Annual found in the catalog.
Applied Research in Coaching And Athletics Annual
Warren K. Simpson
June 30, 2005
by Amer Pr
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||214|
Landolfi, E. (). Ethics in Coaching: A Pilot Study of Coaches' Perspectives on Adjuncts to the Canadian Coaching Certification Program. In W.K. Simpson (Ed.), Applied Research in Coaching and Athletics Annual (). Boston MA: American Press. Landolfi, E. ().Occupation: Associate Professor. INTRODUCTION Masters Training Guide | cognitive, and social functioning” (Geard et al., ). A high level of fitness as we age attenuates a lot of the negative effects often associated with aging and leads to a signifi-cantly better quality of life in later years. In trained individuals, balance is better and fallFile Size: 1MB.
Member – Applied Research in Coaching and Athletics Annual, American Press () Member – Journal of Intercollegiate Sport, Human Kinetics () Member – Journal of Issues in Intercollegiate Athletics, University of South Carolina College Sport Research Institute (). Gilbert has the unique ability to present current research in the field of coach and athlete development and demonstrate how that research can be applied in the real world of everyday coaching. Over the last five years, Wade has been an integral part of rebuilding the athletics program at Fresno High School/5(31).
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The Applied Research in Coaching and Athletics Annual is a peer-reviewed annual of coaching and athletics articles edited by Warren K. Simpsoon and published by American Press American Press Books of excellence for you and your library since The Applied Research in Coaching and Athletics Annual is now accepting submissions on-line through button leads directly to Scholastica submission.
Submissions most appropriate for ARCAA include the following: Applied Research Studies. Hudson, S., Sagas, M., & Bouchet, A. The Freshman Learning Community in Sport Management: Does it have an impact. Applied Research in Coaching Athletics Annual Vol. 24 4.
Hudson, S. () Assessing Character During the Recruitment of Student-Athletes. Journal of Contemporary Athletics, Vol 3 Issue 3. Applied Research in Coaching & Athletics Annual (Applied Research in Coaching and Athletics Annual): ISBN () Softcover, American Press, Introducing Sport Psychology: A Practical Guide.
His current research agenda focuses on the organizational behavior of athletic programs, athletics place in a higher education setting, and social issues in intercollegiate athletics.
Bass also serves as the founder and Co-Editor of the Journal of Amateur Sport and a Research Fellow in the Partnership for the Advancement of Sport Management.
Applied Research in Coaching and Athletics Annual, 16, Sagas, M. Book review of The Successful College Athletic Program. Sociology of Sport Journal, 17, Sagas, M. Commentary: Utilizing the person-organization fit model of personnel selection in athletic programs.
Athletic Insight: The Online Journal of SportFile Size: KB. The Applied Research in Coaching and Athletics Annual (ARCAA), 25, (1), Schneider, R.C. Developing the Moral Integrity of College Sport through Commercialism.
Associate Professor of Kinesiology, Graduate Program Director, and Sport and Exercise Psychology Program Coordinator Ph.D., West Virginia UniversityOffice: Statesboro Campus-Hollis Building – Room CPhone: Fax: E-mail: [email protected] Websites: Georgia Southern Sport Psychology.
Arnold LeUnes is the author of Introducing Sport Psychology ( avg rating, 25 ratings, 3 reviews, published ), Sport Psychology ( avg rating, /5. Journal of Contemporary Athletics, 1(4), Chen, L., et al. Examining effects of gender and membership status for coaches’ perceptual differences of incentives in national coaches associations.
Applied Research in Coaching and Athletics Annual, 21, Chen, L. Examination of reliability and validity of scale of. RESEARCH/SCHOLARSHIP INTEREST: The focus of my research is to understand internal and external factors that explain consumer involvement in sport and related industry sectors.
This research utilizes the Psychological Continuum Model as a conceptual and analytical framework to identify processes and stages.
Applied Research in Coaching and Athletics Annual, 30(2), – Mondello, M. J., & Gordon, B. The NBA fan experience: A case study of a. Applied Research in Coaching and Athletics Annual, 18, Conference Presentations.
Fredrick, T., & Dobbs, M. (, March). Communicating with external stakeholders: An analysis of Midwestern business school websites. Accepted for presentation at the 56th Annual MBAA International Conference: North American Management Society, Chicago, IL.
Sagas, M., & Batista, P.J., (). The importance of Title IX compliance on the job satisfaction and occupational turnover intent of intercollegiate coaches.
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Васильев, А. Cunningham, G. Human resources as sources of competitive advantage: A resource-based view of the athletic department. Applied Research in Coaching and Athletics Annual,Cunningham, G.B.
Media coverage of women's sport: A new look at an old problem. Physical Educator, 60 (2), Featured Article - - Examining the impact of team identification and gender on rival perceptions and consumption intentions of intercollegiate athletics fans.
Journal of Applied Sport Management: Research that Matters - ; Outstanding Paper in the Emerald Literati Network Awards for Excellence - Sport and disaster relief: A content analysis.
Gordon Schmidt Title Dean and Professor Schmidt has published 38 refereed journal papers, 44 conference papers, 26 occasional papers, 5 books and book chapters, and received 14 research funded grants. Athletic Directors’ perceptions on charging student-athletes due to budget cuts.
Submitted to: Applied Research in Coaching and. Richard M. Southall came to the University of South Carolina in the fall of Southall teaches and researches in the areas of sport ethics, college sport and research methods.
His research has led to publications in journals such the Journal of Sport and Social Issues, Journal of Sport Management, Sport Marketing Quarterly, Ethnic and Racial Studies, and Journal of Issues in. His research has been published in several academic publications.
Additionally, he has presented his research at a variety of conferences hosted by several academic associations including the Academy of International Business-Southeast, American Collegiate Retailing Association, Appalachian Research in Business, Association for Financial.
Amanda J. Visek, PhD, CMPC is an Associate Professor in the Department of Exercise & Nutrition Sciences in the Milken Institute School of Public Health at The George Washington University in Washington, D.C., USA.
She has authored over 29 peer-reviewed papers, 7 book chapters, and given more than refereed and invited talks around the.Coaching the coaches: An approach for sport psychology practitioners to help coaches move from leadership identification to leadership development.
Association for Applied Sport Psychology Annual Meeting. Association for Applied Sport Psychology. ().Put me in, coach: how to spark kids' love of sports.
Sport psychologists are using theory, research and applied strategies to foster kids' enjoyment of sports so that they will stay in the game. By Tori DeAngelis. NovemberNo. Print version: page