Foreword. Preface 1. Coping Processes in Sport 2. Emotion in Sport: Antecedents and Performance Consequences 3. Coping with Trauma in Sport 4. Measurement Issues in Emotion and Emotion Regulation 5. Coping in Sport through Social Support 6. Social Influence on Emotion in Sport 7. Key Movements in Directional Research in Competitive Anxiety 8. Enhancing Positive Emotion in Sport 9. Coping and Emotion in Disability Sport 10. The Consequences and Control of Emotions in Elite Athletes 11. The Emotional Response to Athletic Injury: Re-Injury Anxiety 12. Losing to Win: A Clinical Perspective on the Experience of Loss Among Elite Athletes 13. Elite Athletes' Experiences of Coping with Stress 14. Working as a Sport Psychologist at two Olympic Games: A Humanistic Approach 15. Learning to cope in extreme environments: Solo Endurance Ocean Sailing 16. Coping and Emotion in Sport: Future Directions
Joanne Thatcher is a Senior Lecturer in Sport and Exercise Psychology at Aberystwyth University. She has published over thirty academic papers and books. She is a Chartered Psychologist (BPS), a registered Sport and Exercise Psychologist (HPC) and past Chair of the BPS Division of Sport & Exercise Psychology. Marc Jones is a Reader in Sport and Exercise Psychology at Staffordshire University and has published over forty academic papers mostly in the area of stress and emotion. He is a Chartered Psychologist (BPS) and a registered Sport and Exercise Psychologist (HPC). David Lavallee is Professor and Head of the School of Sport at the University of Stirling. He is an editorial board member of several journals, including International Review of Sport and Exercise Psychology, Psychology of Sport & Exercise, Sport & Exercise Psychology Review and Qualitative Research in Sport & Exercise.