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I am doing a critical review on the subject of sport psychology on youth and anxiety. I do welcome a suggestion on booklist or journals that are of best relevance. Since this is my first attempt to do such kind of research, please feel free to give me advice and suggestion. I am much obliged if some kind of guidance or similar research works can be kindly shared. I am doing my BED programme in Physical Education and Sport Science in Hong Kong. Heartfelt thanks for reply in advance.
-- ashley leung (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 05, 1999
I am not in the field, but I have been gathering information for pone of my high school students. (that is how I ended up looking at your question. These are a few sources I have located or seen reference to:
Van Raalte, J.L. & Williams, J.M. (1994). Graduate training and career possibilities in exercise and sport psychology. Brochure sponsored by APA Division 47, AAASP, and NASPSPA. Available from APA Division Services (202) 336-6013. For athletes: Kirschenbaum, D. (1997). Mind matters: Seven steps to smarter sport performance. Carmel, IN: Cooper (317) 574-9338. Murphy, S. (1997). The Acheivement Zone: An 8-Step Guide to peak performance in All ARenas of Life. New York, NY: Berkeley. (800) 847-5515. Orlick, T. (1990). In Pursuit of excellence. (2nd Ed.). Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics.
Sports Psychology with Karlene Sugarman, M.A. http://www.psywww.com/sports/index.htm
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