Chapter in Book:
Harwood, C., & Biddle, S. (2002). The application of achievement goal theory in youth sport. In I.M. Cockerill (Ed.) Solutions in sport psychology (pp. 58-64). International Thomson Business. AGT
Reminder to complete the two questionnaires we handed out in class – bring them both to the presentation as we will score them together before the start of the film.
Text Reading: pp. 148-155
Jackson, S.A., Ford, S.K., Kimiecik, J.C., & Marsh, H.W. (1998). Psychological correlates of flow in sport. Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 4, 358-378. Jackson, et al. (1998) (Read the introduction and the discussion at the end)
Here is the link to Chick-sent-mihali talking about flow (start watching at the 2:00 minute mark): http://www.ted.com/talks/mihaly_csikszentmihalyi_on_flow.html
Cultural Sport Psychology Reading:
Kozuma, Y. (2009). Samurai & science: Sport psychology in Japan. In R.J. Schinke, & S.J. Hanrahan (Eds.). Cultural Sport Psychology (pp. 205-217). Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics. Kozuma (2009)
Reminder that our class tomorrow, Wed. September 14, will start at 8:30 sharp down at the squash courts – we will start with a short ping pong lesson so you are familiar enough with the sport to understand the psychological significance of the technical aspects of the game.
At 9:00 p.m. I will role model the film analysis – how to obtain and set up your video, how to create a viewing guide, how to annotate while you watch.
You should make every effort to attend, as it will make writing this and future papers and your presentation much easier. If you are unable to attend, I will be videotaping key parts of my presentation that you can access and watch later.
In Thursday’s class, we will take the data and analysis you collected during my presentation , and work on setting up your paper in the style used in sport psychology (very different from the life sciences and English for example).