To engage in professional dialogue related to the psychology of sport injury. Specifically, with the aim of bridging the gap between scientific research and applied practice, we are interested in sharing information pertaining to theory, research, and practice that facilitates understanding and application of knowledge of sport injuries from a psychosocial perspective. Topics of interest are broad and include but are not limited to: psychosocial antecedents of sport injuries, prevention of sport injuries, psychological reactions to sport injuries, adherence to injury rehabilitation programs, and psychological aspects of returning to sport competition following injury.
If you are interested in joining the Psychology of Sport Injury Special Interest Group (SIG) or learning more about the group, contact the SIG Coordinator, Monna Arvinen-Barrow.
Join thePsychology of Sport Injury SIG listerv
If you are interested in joining the Psychology of Sport Injury Special Interest Group, email Monna Arvinen-Barrow at email@example.com. By doing so, you will receive our quarterly newsletter, as well as engage in a Google group discussion specific to Psychology of Sport Injury. The aim of the newsletter and the Google group is to promote communication among members of AASP who have a specific interest in psychology of sport injury.