The Oxford Encyclopedia of Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology is a double volume, in-depth, up-to-date scholarly reference work written by leading scholars from across the globe. The study of human psychomotor performance spans numerous activities including sport, performing arts, surgery, firefighting, law enforcement, military operations, and physical activity participation. In addition, research questions address factors that influence optimal
performance as well as the adoption and maintenance of physical activity for mental and physical health.
The breadth of focused scientific peer-reviewed articles provides a reliable source of specialized information to academicians, practitioners, advanced undergraduates and graduate students, and researchers in related fields. Each expert author was individually commissioned and articles were reviewed by recognized authorities.
Finally, the accompanying digital platform facilitates regular updates and allows cross-linking between articles.
Publisher: Oxford University Press Inc
Number of pages: 1384
Weight: 2914 g
Dimensions: 271 x 197 x 102 mm