Sport Psychology

15 points

Not offered 2024

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Sport Psychology is the study of how psychological processes affect sporting behaviour, and in turn, how participation and performance in sport affects psychology. This course introduces students to the relationship between sport and psychology. Fundamental sport psychology theories, methods, and findings are examined in terms of their implications for athletes, coaches, and the sporting environment, and principles for developing performance, participation, wellbeing, and enjoyment in sport are evaluated.


60 points at 100 level in any subject