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Book by Kellmann Michael Kallus K Wolfgang
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The RESTQ-Sport questionnaire measures stress and recovery rates. It can be used for both applied work and research. The manual provides all the necessary psychometric data to judge the quality of the questionnaire and describes how the questionnaire was developed. The manual also explains why measuring recovery is important and how it can benefit an athlete, and gives the user the tools needed to measure and track an athlete's recovery. The CD-ROM allows the user to create a database of both individuals and groups. This pack includes a database and scoring program on CD-ROM, two questionnaires (RESTQ-76 and REST-52), scoring keys and profile sheets for the questionnaires, and the manual which provides various examples, in the form of case studies, of how to interpret the data/profile.Biografía del autor:
Michael Kellmann, PhD, is a Hochschulassistent (assistant professor) of sport psychology at the University of Potsdam Institute of Sport Science in Potsdam, Germany. Dr. Kellmann is a member of the Association for the Advancement of Applied Sport Psychology (AAASP), the German Association of Sport Psychology, and Psychology in High Performance Sports. He serves on the editorial board for The Sport Psychologist and his works have appeared in more than 50 publications. He has consulted with and conducted research for the National Sport Center in Calgary, Canada, the Canadian national speed skating team, and the German Junior national rowing team. Dr. Kellmann lives in Potsdam, Germany, and enjoys running and playing soccer in his spare time. For more information about the work of Dr. Kellmann, please log on to http: //sposerver.sportdekanat.ruhr-uni-bochum.de/sportpsych/ K. Wolfgang Kallus, PhD, is a full professor of work, organizational, and environmental psychology at the University of Graz in Graz, Austria, and is a member of the directorate of the Institute for Evaluation Research in Germany. Dr. Kallus is on the editorial board of Neuropsychobiology. He is a member of the International Biometric Society and the Collegium Neuropsychopharmacology. His work focuses on stress, coping, and regeneration in applications as diverse as sport, work, surgery, and aviation Dr. Kallus lives in Graz, Austria. He enjoys spending time with his family, canoeing, and skiing.
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Descripción Human Kinetics 2001-05-25, 2001. Paperback. Condición: good. 0736037764. Nº de ref. del artículo: 680863