Coping and emotion in sport

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Routledge , Abingdon, Oxon, New York
Adjustment (Psychology), Sports, Athletes, Psychology, Psychological as
Statementedited by Joanne Thatcher, Marc Jones and David Lavallee
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LC ClassificationsGV706.4 .C684 2012
The Physical Object
Paginationxiii, 370 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25086415M
ISBN 100415578183, 0415578191, 020385229X
ISBN 139780415578189, 9780415578196, 9780203852293
LC Control Number2011004752
OCLC/WorldCa644680742

The interplay between emotion and coping is a critical factor in determining, through its influence on key psychological functions, an athlete’s potential success in competitive sport. This fully revised and updated edition of the classic text on coping and emotion in sport goes further than any other book in examining the central role that these two factors play in sports performance.5/5(1).

The interplay between emotion and coping is a critical factor in determining, through its influence on key psychological functions, an athlete’s potential success in competitive sport.

This fully revised and updated edition of the classic text on coping and emotion in sport goes further than any other book in examining the central role that these two factors play in sports performance. Coping and Emotion in Sport. DOI link for Coping and Emotion in Sport. Coping and Emotion in Sport.

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DOI link for Coping and Emotion in Sport. Coping and Emotion in Sport book. Second Edition. Edited By Joanne Thatcher, Marc Jones, David Lavallee. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 9 August Pub. location Cited by:   Emotion is clearly a pervasive force within competitive sport, and this is reflected in the burgeoning interest over recent decades in athletes’ emotions and strategies for coping The emotional highs and lows of competitive sport, whether experienced as a competitor, spectator or coach may be the essential ingredient that gives sport its universal and compelling appeal/5(2).

The interplay between emotion and coping is a critical factor in determining, through its influence on key psychological functions, an athlete’s potential success in competitive sport.

This fully revised and updated edition of the classic text on coping and emotion in sport goes further than any other book in examining the central role that these two factors play in sports by: 1. Social influence on emotion in sport \/ Megan Babkes Stellino, Julie Partridge and Kristina Moore -- 7.

Key movements in directional research in competitive anxiety \/ Christopher Wagstaff [and others] -- 8. Enhancing positive emotion in sport \/ Paul McCarthy -- 9. Coping and emotion in disability sport \/ Jeffrey Martin -- Coping and Emotion in Sport Currently unavailable.

This book brings together a group of prominent, international scholars who have published and conducted research in this area of applied : Hardcover. Adaptation, emotion, and coping in sport 5 failure adaptation to refer to “a state of physiological, behavioural, emotional, and/or cognitive malfunction due to inadequate adaptive responses.

This fully revised and updated edition of the classic text on coping and emotion in sport goes further than any other book in examining the central role that these two factors play in sports performance.

The book explores theory and measurement, current research, and contemporary issues and special populations : Marc Jones. The interplay between emotion and coping is a critical factor in determining, through its influence on key psychological functions, an athlete’s potential success in competitive sport.

This fully revised and updated edition of the classic text on coping and emotion in sport goes further than any other book in examining the central role that these two factors play in sports : The chapters presented in this book provide a current overview of theory and research pertaining to coping and emotion in sport.

The geographical diversity of the authors (Europe, United States of America, and Australia) testifies to the universality of the topic.

The diversity of theoretical approaches employed also hints at a vibrantFile Size: KB. Coping with the substitute role / Bernadette Woods [and others] --Losing to win: a clinical perspective on the experience of loss among elite athletes / Corinne Reid --Athletes' emotional responses to sport injury / Ailsa G.

Anderson, Alison White and Jane McKay --Coping and emotion in disability sport / Jeffrey J. Martin and Nate McCaughtry.

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Basic emotions such as fear, anger, joy and surprise are commonly experienced in sport, although complex mixes of emotions are often evident. Positive emotions can help sustain motivation and enable us to approach events with enthusiasm and energy.

Negative emotions, by contrast, are linked to avoidance behaviours and withdrawal. Reviewed in the United States on J Having been interested in the theory and application of coping with emotion in sport I found this publication excellent.

Some chapters were a little theoretical. Of more interest to me were the chapters where authors spoke about applying these techniques in real life sporting scenarios.5/5. Buy Coping and Emotion in Sport by Joanne Thatcher, Marc Jones from Waterstones today.

Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Pages: Undertakes the task of describing new approaches and recent developments in the study of performance-related emotions in sport.

The book concentrates on emotion problems from the idiographic Author: Yuri Hanin. Emotions and Sport Performance negative emotions (e.g., anger) as well as positive emotions (e.g., happiness, hope) that display similar or different patterns of physiological activation (Jones, Lavallee, & Thatcher, ; Lazarus, b) that might differentially affect performance (Robazza & File Size: KB.

Emotion Focused Coping. Emotion focused coping helps you deal with stress by avoiding negative emotional responses associated with stress such as anxiety, depression, and frustration.

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Emotion focusing coping mechanism works best when the stressful situation is outside a person’s control. It is extremely useful in dealing with situations that. Coping refers to conscious and effortful cognitions and behaviors used by the athlete to manage the perceived demands of a situation.

Coping is of interest to sport and exercise psychologists because athletes are constantly under pressure to perform. The two most widely accepted coping categories are known as a. problem-focused and cognitive-focused coping b. problem-focused and emotion-focused coping c. cognitive-focused and somatic-focused coping d.

emotion-focused and somatic-focused coping e. emotion-focused and cognitive-focused coping. Sports injuries may present adolescent athletes with unique psychological challenges because they are dealing with developmental issues such as dependence/independence, identity development, and social skills acquisition 1, 2, ch looking specifically at injured adolescent athletes is necessary to better understand the unique concerns associated with this developmental by: Coping refers to a kind of behavioral or cognitive response or strategy to prevent or alleviate stress [23].

There are mainly two types of coping strategies: problem-focused coping and emotion-focused coping. Problem- focused coping refers to a way of coping through which people actively seek. Stress has been defined traditionally either as a stimulus, often referred to as a stressor, that happens to the person such as a laboratory shock or loss of a job, or as a response characterized by physiological arousal and negative affect, especially anxiety.

In his book, Psychological Stress and the Coping Process (Lazarus, ), Richard Lazarus defined stress as a relationship. This research suggests that even when maladaptive coping is present the presence of high levels of adaptive coping is enough to reduce the negative impact of maladaptive coping behaviours.

Some of the consequences of failing to remove maladaptive coping or not introducing can include; increase to the risk of depression, increase in distress and. The Coping with Anxiety Workbook contains assessments and guided self-exploration activities that can be used with a variety of populations to help participants cope more File Size: 1MB.

Coping with Emotions Once you’ve identified the emotion and its message, the last step is to take action. Ask yourself if there’s anything you can do to solve the situation, Mininni said.

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Emotion-focused coping involves managing one’s emotions. When we are upset we need to be able to do this.

Commonly we may seek sympathy from friends and talk about how we are feeling. Coping with Emotional & Physical Pain Introduction Using this Book Pain is an inevitable part of everyone’s life, and the effective management of pain is critical in people’s life satisfaction and general well-being.

Physical pain is any pain experienced in the body signaling something wrong in the body and needing to be Size: 1MB. To deal with your emotions, first identify what exactly you're feeling, whether it's anxiety, sadness, anger, or happiness.

Then, try a coping strategy, like deep breathing or meditation, to take your mind off your feelings%(23). Primary Emotions A primary human emotion types are the one triggered in response to an event Primary Emotions Love Joy Anger Sadness Surprise Fear Secondary Emotions If we experience fear, the secondary emotions would be: feel threatened or feel anger, depending on the situation we are experiencing.Free therapeutic worksheets for counselors working with kids and teens!

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COPING WITH THE HOLIDAYS.The influence of Lazarus and Folkman's () transactional theory of stress and coping is remarkable and remains the cornerstone of psychological stress and coping research across multiple fields. In this chapter we review the key components of this theory, focusing specifically on the effectiveness of the problem‐focused and emotion Cited by: