Sport and Excercise Psychology

Social Support in Sport

Mr Christopher Hartley and Dr Pete Coffee - University of Stirling, UK.

Time to complete - 15 minutes.
Oct
27
2016

Having socially supportive relationships and interactions has been shown to have many beneficial sport-related outcomes. This study aims to understand why this is.

Social Support and Stress within Team Athletes

Jamie Gillman, Martin Turner, Matthew Slater and Jamie Barker - University of Staffordshire, UK.

Time to complete - 10 minutes.
Jun
1
2016

This research is interested in examining the effects of social support on stress within team sport athletes.

Examining the Factors Influencing Exercise Participation Among Men

Dr Michael Lewis - University of Leicester, UK.

Time to complete - 20 minutes.
Mar
8
2016

Sport and exercise psychology study requiring male participants, aged 18 or over, who participate in structured exercise or sport at least twice per week. The study aims to understand the factors influencing exercise participation among men.

Social Support in Sport

Christopher Hartley (researcher) and Pete Coffee (supervisor) - Stirling University, UK.

Time to complete - 10 minutes.
Jan
24
2016

In sport settings socially supportive relationships have been shown to have beneficial effects for athletes, such as improved performance, self-confidence, competitive longevity, and reduced risk for injury. This study will investigate how aspects of social support influence self-confidence and risk for drop-out in sport.

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