Applied Sports Psychology.
Three semester hours.
This course will examine theoretical concepts associated with Sports Psychology and their practical application in the field of sports psychology. The focus of this course is on how the sports psychologist interacts with individuals within a sports context. How to provide effective professional guidance in the areas of learning, motivation, and social interaction will be examined, as will mental training for performance enhancement. Issues such as referrals, drug abuse, burnout, injury, and termination from athletics will also be explored. Prerequisite: PSYC 2301 or equivalent course approved by graduate advisor.
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