Sport Psychology Resources

Sport psychology is a fascinating topic. It helps us understand some interesting and complex topics. Some key questions that the study of psychology in sport helps us to answer include:

  • Why so some athletes perform well under stress?
  • Why do athletes perform well under stress on some occasions perform poorly under stress on others?
  • How can a champion team beat a team of champions?
  • What is the best way to learn sport skills?
  • Do external rewards help increase motivation?
  • Does our motivation change over the course of our sport career?
  • How hard is it for professional athletes to retire?
  • what are the challenges of returning to sport after a serious injury?

There are of course many (many!) more fascinating questions! In our resources section we provide you with a range of information that you may find useful. Most notably are the website blogs, and the articles and videos by the members of our directory. 

Website Blogs

Browse a full library of blogs focused on the psychology of sport. From attitude through to zzz (sleep!) our blogs cover a range of topics. 

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Member Articles

You can access the range of fascinating articles, written by the members listing on the directory, that delve into the psychology of sport here. 

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Member Videos 

One of the most popular sections of the site are the member videos which provide a varied and insightful take on a range of sport psychology topics. 

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In addition to these sport psychology resources we also have some longer articles exploring the science of sport psychology, as well as some helpful sport psychology quotes. We have also taken the very challenging task of trying to identify what we feel are the best sport psychology books

Also do not forget about our extensive range of sport psychology webinars and sport psychology courses that collectively are an excellent resource for those looking to learn more about the fascinating subject of sport psychology. 

We will continue to add to our sport psychology resources and we hope that what we provide is interesting, insightful and most of all useful.