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Health and Physical Education
Library resources for Health and Physical Education students.
This is the premier database for psychology research, including as it relates to sports and exercise. You can find articles, book chapters, and dissertations. See Using PsycINFO to learn how to focus your search to get the best results.
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Find information about sports psychology for professionals (ethics and skill development), athletes (goal setting, imagery, etc.), coaches, and parents. Other topics include injury, rehabilitation, and general fitness promotion.
Print Reference Books
Print reference books can be found in the Reference Section, near the Learning Commons on the first level of the library.
Find information on several topics in sport psychology, such as history, behavioral principles, anxiety reduction, motivation, social psychology, aggression, and much more. This book also includes chapters on special populations, including minorities, women, youth, athletes with disabilities, and those involved in high-risk sports.