An advanced course in the application of psychological theories and research to sports and exercise behaviors. The seminar will focus upon skills in assessment, interviewing, case formulation, and interventions with athletes.
- Apply major psychological theories used in sport psychology to ehnance athletic performance.
- Evaluate the progression of both the discipline and practice of sport, exercise, and performance psychology with respect to competency, national standards, and ongoing professional development.
- Apply knowledge obtained through theory and current research to common situations experienced by a coach, athletic trainer, or sport psychologist.
- Integrate assessment data and interview data, including all relevant cultural/contextual data, into a case formulation.
- Develop appropriate performance enhancement interventions using scientifically supported strategies and techniques
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