Literatuur

 

Publications

A list with the references of publications by S.P.O.C..

  • Meganck, J., De Bourdeaudhuij, I., Van Poucke, B., Van Hoof, E., Snauwaert, E. Scoliers, G., Maenhout, E.,  Gansbeke, L., & Desmadryl, J. (2003). Martial arts: learning how not to fight. [abstract]

  • Meganck, J., Lintunen, T., Všlimaa, R., Tynjšlš, J., Vanden Auweele, Y., & Kannas, L. (2003). Differences in motivational orientation, exercise activity, perceived competence, and psychosocial well-being between participants in different sport events among Finnish 11- to 15-year old students. [abstract]

  • Meganck, J. (2003). Motivatie-verhogende technieken. [Techniques to enhance motivation]

  • Meganck, J. (2003). Doelen stellen. [Goal setting]

  • Meganck, J. (2002). Omgaan met spanning. [Coping with stress]

  • Meganck, J. (2000). Het effect van een zelfverdedigingstraining op de agressie, de angst en het zelfbeeld bij ernstig emotioneel en gedragsgestoorde jongeren. Scriptie voor de graad van licentiaat in de psychologie. Universiteit Gent, BelgiŽ. [The effect of martial arts training on the aggression, anxiety and self-esteem of institutionalised adolescents with severe emotional and behavioural disorders. Dissertation for the degree of licentiate in psychology]

 

Applied literature

These books are targeted towards athletes and coaches The emphasis is on practical applications rather that theoretical and scientific knowledge..

  • Sporting body, sporting mind: an athlete's guide to mental training

authors:     John Syer, & Christopher Connolly

Publishing Company:  Simon & Schuster

  • The new toughness training for sports

author:      James E. Loehr

Publishing Company:  Plume

  • Gedachten & gevoelens

authors:     Matthew McKay, Martha Davis, & Patrick Fanning

Publishing Company:  Nieuwezijds

  • Ontspanje

authors:     Martha Davis, Elizabeth Robbins Eshelman, & Matthew McKay

Publishing Company:  Nieuwezijds

 

Theoretical literature

These books emphasize the theoretical foundations of sport psychology and allied disciplines.

 

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