8 edition of Sport Psychology for Cyclists found in the catalog.
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Measurement in Sport and Exercise Psychology (Tenenbaum, et al. ) is another important book for professionals, as it provides an in-depth discussion of an array of methods (e.g., qualitative, quantitative, and bio-neurofeedback) used in sport psychology. Biography. Triplett was born on a farm near Perry, Illinois in In , he wrote what is now recognized as the first published study in the field of sport psychology (Strubbe, ; though see Stroebe, for a dissenting argument).
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A psychologist from Indiana University and a bicycle racing enthusiast, conducts the first social psychology and sport psychology experiment, studying the effects of others on cyclists performance. He wanted to understand why cyclists sometimes rode faster when.
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These excursions aside, the first formal experiment in sport psychology is generally regarded to be Norman Triplett’s () study of social facilitation effects, finding that cyclists tend to produce faster times when riding in the presence of other cyclists than when riding alone.