Case Studies in Sport and Exercise Psychology (CSSEP), jointly published by the Association for Applied Sport Psychology (AASP) and Human Kinetics, is an online, peer-reviewed journal and searchable library focused on providing practitioners, students, and instructors with case studies showing different approaches (strategies) and methods (tactics) relevant to sport and exercise psychology consulting, covering a wide variety of issues and topics that arise in the profession from around the world.
This unique collection of case studies, devoted entirely to sport and exercise psychology, will contain cutting-edge cases reviewed by an editorial board of outstanding academics and consultants in the field. Cases are continually updated online and cover important emerging and established areas of sport and exercise psychology. Each case is indexed and searchable by topic, author, geographic region, and keyword, making it easy for users to find cases related to their needs and interests.
provides contemporary examples of practice, both from and for a global audience. The case studies provide the reader with detail regarding the approaches adopted and experience gained. At the same time, writing of the case studies offers a developmental opportunity for authors through reflection on their own experiences and practice.
Case studies begin with reflections on the context and the key agents involved, with special attention paid to the author(s), their approach to practice, their philosophy, and a brief outline of the experiences that have helped to shape and evolve their particular approach (strategies). Then, once explaining, in detail, the case itself and the focal interventions (tactics) and outcomes, there is a strong focus on reflection. The authors are required to reflect on their experience, the effectiveness of their approach, things they would do differently, and major lessons learnt.
The first issue of CSSEP is now available online. Visit http://journals.humankinetics.com/loi/cssep for more information.
CSSEP EDITORIAL STAFF
Stewart Cotterill - University of Winchester, UK
Robert Schinke - Laurentian University, Canada
Richard Thelwell - University of Portsmouth - UK
Lois Butche-Poffley - Temple University, USA
Sarah Castillo - National University, USA
Sharon Chirban - Amplifying Performance Consulting, USA
Brendan Cropley - Cardiff Metropolitan University, UK
Natalie Durand-Bush - University of Ottowa, Canada
Sandy Gordon - University of Western Australia
Dan Gucciardi - Curtin University, Australia
Michele Kerulis - Adler University, USA
Charlie Maher - Cleveland Indians / Rutgers University, USA
William Massey - Concordia University, USA
Chris Mesagno - Federation University, Australia
Robert Owens - Campbell University, USA
Dave Paskevich - University of Calgary, Canada
Mustafa Sarkar - Nottingham Trent University, UK
Lee-Ann Sharp - University of Ulster, UK
Duncan Simpson- Barry University, USA
Melissa Thompson - University of Southern Mississippi, USA
Judy Van Raalte - Springfield University, USA
Chris Wagstaff - Portsmouth University, UK
Dave Yukelson - Penn State University, USA