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Single-Case Research Methods in Sport and Exercise Psychology

Single-Case Research Methods in Sport and Exercise Psychology

Wednesday 5th October 2016

Many sport and exercise researchers have, and continue to address research questions using large representative samples of participants. Although appropriate at times, theses designs often lack external validity, creating a substantial challenge for the researcher to fill the science-versus-practice gap. Single-case research designs are an appropriate and powerful method to fill this gap and ensure the generalisability of these findings. For over thirty years, sport and exercise practitioners have been encouraged to move their research from the laboratory to the football pitch, running track and tennis court to examine changes in behaviour. This practice evolved slowly; however, its development provides direction for future directions in sport and exercise. See here about this book