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Editors: Andrew M. Lane (University of Wolverhampton, UK)
Book Description:
Situations that are perceived to be personally important typically
evoke intense mood states and emotions; individuals will try to
control mood states and emotions, and mood and emotions influence
our thoughts and behaviours. Providing the sound knowledge base is a
driving factor behind a great deal of the ensuing research and forms
the content of many of the chapters of this book.

The book covers many aspects of mood in performance settings. Chapters focus on the nature of mood, the validity of mood measures
and applied research. Theoretical issues on the nature of mood and a
conceptual model of mood-performance relationships in sport is
reviewed. Chapters include research on relationships between mood
and performance, motivation, coping strategies, personality, eating
attitudes, humour, and emotional intelligence. Mood responses to
intense exercise, extreme environments, aqua-massage, and
interventions to enhance mood are also covered. Each chapter
provides recommendations for future research.

Table of Contents:

Chapter 1 - The rise and fall of the iceberg: development of a conceptual model of mood-performance relationships; pp. 1-33
(Andrew M. Lane.)

Chapter 2 - Mood, Motivation, and Performance: An Integrative Theory, Research, and Applications; pp.35-61
(Guido H.E. Gendolla, Kerstin Brinkmann, and Michael Richter)

Chapter 3 - Towards empirical distinctions between emotion and mood: a subjective contextual model; pp. 63-87
(Chris J. Beedie)

Chapter 4 - A transactional model of mood; pp. 89-118
(Matthew J. Stevens.)

Chapter 5 - Validity of the Brunel Mood Scale for use with UK, Italian and Hungarian athletes; pp. 119-130
(Andrew M. Lane, Istvan Soos, Eva Leibinger, Istvan Karsai, and Pal Hamar.)

Chapter 6 - Emotional Intelligence in Sport: Conceptual, Methodological, & Applied Issues; pp. 131-152
(Barbara B. Meyer and Sam Zizzi)

Chapter 7 - Mood states and personality; pp. 153-164
(Matthew J. Stevens)

Chapter 8 - Emotional intelligence and the coping process amongst adolescent populations: A case study of student athletes; pp. 165-186
(Tracey J. Devonport)

Chapter 9 - Emotions and eating behaviours in athletes and exercisers; pp. 187-200
(Helen J. Lane)

Chapter 10 - Psychological effects of exercise and humor; pp. 201-216
(Attila Szabo)

Chapter 11 - Mood state changes during an expedition to the South Pole: A case study of a female explorer; pp. 217-231
(Juliette Lloyd, Charles Pedlar, Andrew M. Lane, and Greg Whyte)

Chapter 12 - The perceived recovery-stress state as a marker of training and performance stress in highly trained rowers; pp. 233-244
(Jaak Jürimäe andToivo Jürimäe)

Chapter 13 - RelationshipS between mood states and motor performances: what can you learn from high altitude; pp. 245-259
(Benoît Bolmont)

Chapter 14 - A fun run? Mood state changes among runners at the London Marathon; pp. 261-270
(Andrew M. Lane, Greg Whyte, Keith George, Rob Shave, Matthew Stevens and Sam Barney)

Chapter 15 - When Running is Something You Dread”: A Cognitive Behavioural Intervention to Assist a Club Runner Regulate Pre-Competitive Anxiety; pp. 271-295
(Mark A. Uphill & Marc V. Jones)

Chapter 16 - Mood-performance relationships in wakeboarding: measurement, performance, and intervention; pp. 297-307
(Richie Fazackerley, Andrew M. Lane, and Craig M. Mahoney)

Chapter 17 - Effect of water pressure on heart rate
and mood state responses to a 15-minute aquamassage; pp. 309-317
(Louise Martin, Andrew M. Lane, Alan M. Nevill, Claire J. Dowen, and Mark R. Homer)


   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2006
   ISBN: 978-1-60021-269-7
   Status: AV
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