Stress, Well-Being, and Performance in Sport

Rachel Arnold, David Fletcher

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Abstract

Stress, Well-Being, and Performance in Sport provides the first comprehensive and contemporary overview of stress in sport and its implications on performance and well-being. It explores how athletes', coaches', and support staffs' performance can be enhanced while simultaneously optimizing their well-being in contemporary sport. Divided into four sections following the stress process, Stress, Well-Being, and Performance in Sport covers key topics including: Appraising and coping with stress in sport Responses to and outcomes of stress in sport Moderators of the stress process in sport Stress management to promote thriving in sport Bringing together theory and practice, each chapter discusses conceptual and theoretical issues, current research, and innovative practical implications. Written by scholars around the globe, Stress, Well-being, and Performance in Sport offers an international perspective. It is important reading for students of sport psychology as well as coaches, athletes, and support staff.

Original languageEnglish
PublisherTaylor and Francis
Number of pages354
ISBN (Electronic)9781000353068
ISBN (Print)9780367272678
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 9 Mar 2021

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Psychology(all)

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