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Psychmapping in Sport, Exercise, and Performance: An Applied Approach

Alexander T. Latinjak

Understanding why we act the way we do is key to fostering success. This book introduces PsychMapping, a unique model that visually and philosophically guides readers through the complexities of human behaviour. The holistic approach reveals how different psychological aspects interact and influence each other.

The chapters follows the logic of the PsychMapping model, a map of all the key aspects in sport, exercise, and performance psychology. Each chapter is an opportunity for self-reflection and a perfect introduction for anyone interested in exploring the psychological aspects of human behaviour. Packed with practical experiences and real-world case studies, the book applies theories to life, making complex concepts accessible and actionable. A standout feature for professionals is the detailed self-reflection exercise, designed to enhance applied practice.

PsychMapping in Sport, Exercise and Performance is enriching for students, practitioners, and anyone eager to explore the psychological aspects of human behaviour.

Book Details

  • Publisher: Routledge
  • Publish Date: Nov 18th, 2024
  • Pages: 336
  • Language: English
  • Dimensions: 0.00in - 0.00in - 0.00in - 0.00lb
  • EAN: 9781032592558
  • Categories: Sports PsychologyApplied PsychologyPhysiological Psychology

About the Author

Alexander T. Latinjak is an Associate Professor of Sport and Exercise Psychology at the University of Suffolk, UK and the founder of the PsychMapping movement. A prominent figure in the scientific community, he publishes regularly in leading specialist journals and serves on the editorial boards of various academic publications. With over 20 years of applied experience, Alexander has worked extensively in talent development and elite-level environments, bringing practical insights to his research and teaching.