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Impact of player injuries on teams’ mental states, and subsequent performances, at the Rugby World Cup 2015
Injuries are considered an inevitable by-product of participation in elite sport (Hurley et al., 2007), and over the past 30 years, psychologists have proposed a number of models to explain athletes' psychological reactions ...
Formal and informal learning and first-year psychology students’ development of scientific thinking: a two-wave panel study
Scientific thinking is a predicate for scientific inquiry, and thus important to develop early in psychology students as potential future researchers. The present research is aimed at fathoming the contributions of formal ...
Book review: self and social identity in educational contexts
Books that are insightful, thoughtful provoking, and written in a way that is accessible to multiple reader types are hard to come by; this, we believe, is one of them. Mavor, Platow, and Bizumic (2017) have provided us ...
Development of a brief multicultural version of the test of mobile phone dependence (TMDbrief) questionnaire
The Test of Mobile Phone Dependence (TMD) questionnaire (Chóliz, 2012) evaluates the main features of mobile phone dependence: tolerance, abstinence syndrome, impaired impulse control, associated problems, excessive use, ...
Sport & Health Cyberpsychology
This chapter introduces readers to the potential impact of technology on the sporting lives and health behaviours of individuals. The first part of the chapter presents information related to athletes’ use of technology ...
The dynamics of groups online
This chapter outlines how online groups form and regulate themselves. It examines the dynamics of online groups compared to their offline counterparts, focusing on why online group membership is an attractive option for ...