Perfectionism has been found to play an important yet complex role in sport; dance; and exercise.
This collection; The Psychology of Perfectionism in Sport; Dance and Exercise (ebook) provides an up-to-date and comprehensive account of theory; research findings; measurement; and practitioner issues associated with perfectionism; providing students with insights into both its benefits and its costs. The ebook features contributions from many of the leading researchers in the field and also includes recommendations from experienced practitioners and clinicians on how best to work with perfectionists.
This ebook will provide researchers and students in sport and exercise psychology; as well as instructors and coaches in sport; dance; and exercise; with an invaluable resource to guide their research and practice.
NOTE: This sale only includes the ebook The Psychology of Perfectionism in Sport; Dance; and Exercise in the original epub (Kindle) format. A converted PDF is also available for free on request. No access codes are included.
Table of contents
Table of contents :
Contributors. Preface. Part 1: Conceptual, Measurement, and Development Issues 1. Conceptualizing Perfectionism: An Overview and Unresolved Issues, Andrew P. Hill 2. Measuring Perfectionism in Sport, Dance, and Exercise: Review, Critique, Recommendations, Joachim Stoeber and Daniel J. Madigan 3. The Origins of Perfectionism in Sport, Dance, and Exercise, Paul R. Appleton and Thomas Curran Part 2: Approaches and Models of Perfectionism 4. An Independent Effects Approach to Perfectionism in Sport, Dance, and Exercise, Gareth E. Jowett, Sarah H. Mallinson, and Andrew P. Hill 5. The Tripartite Model of Perfectionism: Evidence from Research in Sport and Dance, John K. Gotwals 6. The 2×2 Model of Perfectionism in Sport, Dance, and Exercise, Patrick Gaudreau Part 3: Applied Issues and Practitioner Perspectives 7. Working with Perfectionism in Elite Sport: A Cognitive Behavioral Therapy perspective, Henrik Gustafsson and Carolina Lundqvist 8. Perfectionism in Dance: A Case Example and Applied Considerations, Sanna M. Nordin-Bates and Frank Abrahamsen 9. Working with Perfectionists in a Clinical Context: A Practitioner’s Perspective, Dayna Lee-Baggley, Logan Nealis, and Simon B. Sherry Part 4: Reflections and Future Directions 10. Reflections on Perfectionism and its Influence on Motivational Processes in Sport, Dance, and Exercise, Howard K. Hall 11. Reflections on Perfection and the Pressure to be Perfect in Athletes, Dancers, and Exercisers: A Focus on Perfectionistic Reactivity in Key Situations and Life Contexts, Gordon L. Flett and Paul L. Hewitt Index.