Psychological inventories for competitive soccer

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Soccer -- Psychological aspects, Personality
Statementby Stephen O. Ebeze.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationiv, 18, [68] leaves.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17075061M
OCLC/WorldCa2934008

Get this from a library. Psychological inventories for competitive soccer. [Stephen O Ebeze]. Nowadays, many professional soccer clubs have realized the importance of psychology in the game of soccer to improve performance (Raglin ).

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In an effort to develop a hierarchical model of coping for sport competition, Gaudreau and Blondin (a) created the Coping Inventory for Competitive Sport (CICS). In order to ensure the contextual relevance and content validity of the CICS, several lines of research akin to coping (i.e., basic psychological skills, regulation of emotion, life-management skills, stress management, peak Cited by: We believe that the 5Cs should form the spine of psychological and social skill development for every competitive youth soccer player.

Therefore, the aim of the 5Cs program in this book is to increase the awareness and confidence of coaches with respect to their ability to coach these psycho-social skills so that young players benefit from.

The psychological development of youth soccer players is limitedly understood and demands alternatives to gain entry in order to assist young players reaching elite levels. Distinguishing features of expertise and identifying factors that influence the player progression is highly recommended.

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Psychology in soccer evolved from inspiring speeches and therapy into analyzing the impact of the media, audiences and injury rehabilitation. According to former Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico (UNAM) coordinator of management of sports activities Martha Heredia, there are multiple psycho-social dimensions to address to help a soccer team.

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Psychology is an essential part of youth soccer. It helps you analyze the role that a child’s environment plays in this sport.

Parents’ behavior, methods used by the coaches, and the children’s attitudes are some of the pillars of youth failure or success of a youth soccer team ultimately depends on these pillars. develop the Sport-Confidence Inventory (SCI) (Vealey & Knight, ; LeUnes, p.

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Other inventories have been developed as well to help strengthen the research in sport-confidence, including the Carolina Sport-Confidence Inventory (CSCI) and the Competitive Orientation Inventory (COI) (Manzo, Silva III, & Mink, ; Vealey ).

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The purpose of this study is to clarify psychological characteristics of the Japanese and Korean players for future coaching and for the enhancement of psychological competitive ability. Methods Study subjects In this study, subjects were 16 Japanese players aged ± with ± years of soccer.

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