1. The Multi-States (Must) Theory for Emotion- And Action-Regulation In Sports2. Challenge and Threat States and Emotions3. An Evolutionary Approach to Emotions In Sports4. The Role of Passion in the Experience of Emotions in Sport5. The Social Influence of Emotions Within Sports Teams 6. We're in This Together: Dyadic and Interpersonal Aspects of Emotions, Coping, and Emotion Regulation in Sport7. Social Identity and Group-Based Emotions: Application in the Context of Sport Setting8. Shared Zones of Optimal Functioning Framework9. Emotional Competences Training10. Examining the Connections of Emotion and Imagery in Sport Performance11. Self-Talk and Emotions in Sport12. Lose Yourself in the Music: Regulating Performance Emotional States Through Music13. Mindfulness and Emotions in Sport14. Self-Regulation and Emotion Regulation in Endurance Performance15. Training for Success Under Stress: Appropriately Embedding Motor Skills in Sport16. Using Technology for Self-Regulation in Sport17. Emotion and Emotion Regulation from the Perspective of the Practitioner18. Role of Emotions in Sport Injury19. Emotional Eating: Implications for Research and Practice in Elite Sports Contexts20. Fatigue, Effort and Other Feeling States in Athletic Pacing21. Stress States, Mental Fatigue, and the Concept of Mental Recovery in Sports
Montse C. Ruiz (PhD, SASP-FEPSAC UPV sert.) is Senior Lecturer of sport and exercise psychology at the Faculty of Sport and Health Sciences of the University of Jyvaskyla, Finland. Her research interests involve emotional regulation and the study of emotional and motivational components of performance-related experiences. She is a certified consultant of the European Federation of Sport Psychology and the Finnish Psychological Association, and has worked with athletes in different sports, levels, and countries. Montse is a board member of national and international Sport and Exercise Psychology associations.Claudio Robazza (PhD) is Professor of methods and didactics of motor activities at the Department of Medicine and Aging Sciences of the University of Chieti-Pescara, Italy. As a sport psychologist, he has been working with top-level athletes of different sports. He has conducted field-based studies in physical education, motor learning, and sport performance domains, and his primary research interest is in the area of performance-related emotions, performance optimisation, and motor learning. In 2015, Claudio received the Ema Geron Award from the FEPSAC (European Federation of Sport Psychology) in recognition of his national contribution to the development of sport and exercise psychology. In the same year, he also received the Diploma of Honour - Bronze Medal from the ISSF (International Shooting Sport Federation) in appreciation of his service to the shooting sports.