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Title: Coping and emotion in sport: Future directions
Author(s): Lavallee, David
Thatcher, Joanne
Jones, Marc V
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Editor(s): Lavallee, D
Jones, MV
Thatcher, J
Citation: Lavallee D, Thatcher J & Jones MV (2004) Coping and emotion in sport: Future directions. In: Lavallee D, Jones M & Thatcher J (eds.) Coping and emotion in sport. New York: Nova Science, pp. 271-278.
Issue Date: 2004
Date Deposited: 11-Nov-2015
Abstract: First paragraph: The chapters presented in this book provide a current overview of theory and research pertaining to coping and emotion in sport. The geographical diversity of the authors (Europe, United States of America, and Australia) testifies to the universality of the topic. The diversity of theoretical approaches employed also hints at a vibrant and complex area of study. Notwithstanding the diversity of the book’s content, we believe that themes emerge which indicate future directions for the study of coping and emotion in sport. In the following pages we outline some of these themes, which are our current thoughts on the area having been involved in editing the book for some 18 months. We do not claim this to be an exhaustive list of areas for future work nor a summary of the research suggestions highlighted in each chapter, but rather a reflection of our own current interests and biases.
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