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Doing exercise psychology

Author: Mark B Andersen; Stephanie J Hanrahan
Publisher: Champaign, Illinois : Human Kinetics, 2015. ©2015
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Doing Exercise Psychology addresses psychological components of physical activity by providing readers with real client-practitioner relationships and interventions and subsequent  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mark B Andersen; Stephanie J Hanrahan
ISBN: 9781450431842 1450431844
OCLC Number: 905967066
Description: XVII, 309 pagina's : illustraties ; 29 cm
Contents: Part I. Beginnings and Basics in Exercise (and Sport) PsychologyChapter 1. Mindfulness, Therapeutic Relationships, and Neuroscience in Applied Exercise Psychology Joe Mannion and Mark B. AndersenChapter 2. Relationships Between Coaches, Athletes, and Sport and Exercise Scientists David T. Martin and Kirsten PetersonChapter 3. Running Across Borders: Cross-Cultural Exercise Psychology Stephanie J. HanrahanChapter 4. Should I Consult a Psychologist? An Autobiographical Account of Physical Inactivity in an Exercise and Sport Psychologist Tony MorrisChapter 5. Dancing for Your Life: Movement, Health, and Well-being Stephanie J. HanrahanPart II. Changing HabitsChapter 6. Motivational Interviewing, Exercise, and Nutrition Counseling Jeff BreckonChapter 7. Exercise and Smoking Cessation: Tackling Multiple Health Behavior Changes Adrian H. Taylor and Tom P. ThompsonChapter 8. Adjunct Exercise Therapy for Alcohol Use Disorders Matthew P. Martens and Ashley E. SmithPart III. Exercise and People With Chronic ConditionsChapter 9. Using the Exercise Arrow to Hit the Target of Multiple Sclerosis Robert W. Motl, Yvonne C. Learmonth, and Rachel E. KlarenChapter 10. Moving for Your Heart's Sake: Physical Activity and Exercise for People With Cardiac Disease Michelle Rogerson and Mark B. AndersenChapter 11. Exercise for Cancer Patients and Survivors: Challenges, Benefits, Barriers, and Determinants Karen M. Mustian, Lisa K. Sprod, Lara A. Trevino, and Charles KamenChapter 12. It Hurts to Move: The Catch-22 of Physical Activity for People With Chronic Pain Melainie Cameron and Janelle WhiteChapter 13. It's About Moving: Enabling Activity and Conquering Prejudices When Working With Disabled People Cadeyrn J. Gaskin and Stephanie J. HanrahanChapter 14. Let's Run With That: Exercise, Depression, and Anxiety Kate F. HaysPart IV. The Dark Side of ExerciseChapter 15. Overtraining in Professional Sport: Exceeding the Limits in a Culture of Physical and Mental Toughness Stephanie J. Tibbert and Mark B. AndersenChapter 16. The Relationship Between Exercise and Eating Disorders: A Double-Edged Sword Justine J. ReelChapter 17. Exercise Dependence: Too Much of a Good Thing Albert J. Petitpas, Britton W. Brewer, and Judy L. Van Raalte
Responsibility: Mark B. Andersen, Stephanie J. Hanrahan editors.

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"An invaluable resource for psychologists and fitness professionals alike, Doing Exercise Psychology is especially recommended for college library collections."-- Midwest Book Review Read more...

 
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