'Coping in Sport: Theory, Methods, and Related Constructs' is the first book dedicated exclusively to coping in sporting contexts. Edited by Adam R. Nicholls, a scholar whom has published extensively in the coping literatures, this book includes contributions from 26 leading international researchers including Yuri Hanin, Robert Grove, Peter Crocker, Deborah Feltz, and Patrick Gaudreau. This book covers information on a range of topics in relation to coping such as:
Coping and Moderating Variables such as Gender, Age, and Ethnicity
Future Orientated Aspects of Coping
Coping is related to a variety of other psychological constructs, which can be very diverse in nature. As such, a number of constructs that are related to coping are also discussed in this book:
Personality and Mental Toughness
Self-Concept and Self-Esteem
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