Modules for course C680 | BSC/SEXP
BSc Sport and Exercise Psychology

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Year 1 Modules

Compulsory Modules

Semester 1

  • PRP-1001: Research Methods I (20) Core
    Recommended reading for this module is as follows: American Psychological Association (2010). Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association. Washington, D. C.: Author. Field, A. (2013). Discovering Statistics using SPSS, 4th Ed.. London: Sage Howitt, D. & Cramer, D (2010). Introduction to Research Methods in Psychology, 3rd Ed. Harlow: Pearson
    or
    PCC-1002: Cyflwyniad i Ymchwil (20 credy (20) Core
    Dyma'r deunydd darllen a argymhellir ar gyfer y modiwl hwn: American Psychological Association (2010). Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association. Washington, D. C.: Author. Field, A. (2013). Discovering Statistics using SPSS, 4th Ed.. London: Sage Howitt, D. & Cramer, D (2010). Introduction to Research Methods in Psychology, 3rd Ed. Harlow: Pearson
  • PPP-1009: Language and its Disorders (10)
  • JXH-1017: Human Physiology (20)
    The aim of this module is to provide the students with core knowledge of human physiology necessary to understand the physiological saspects of exercise and sport covered in subdequent modules (SSHES) and to understand human disease processes (BioMedSci). The students are also introduced to the acute physiological responses to exercise and pathophuysiological mechanisms in disease as tools for better understanding human physiology and as a foundation for future modules.
    or
    JXC-1017: Ffisioleg Dynol (20)
  • JXH-1027: Psychomotor Behaviour (20)
    This module covers sports psychology, motor control, and biomechanics and applies them to understand human performance considered from a number of theoretical perspectives. Topics to be covered will include confidence, stress, psychological skills, visual perception, memory, attention, stages of information processing, factors influencing reaction time, movement preparation and execution.
    or
    JXC-1027: Ymddygiad Seicomodurol (20)

Semester 2

  • PRP-1002: Research Methods II (20) Core
    Recommended reading for this module is as follows: American Psychological Association (2010). Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association. Washington, D. C.: Author. Field, A. (2013). Discovering Statistics using SPSS, 4th Ed.. London: Sage Howitt, D. & Cramer, D (2010). Introduction to Research Methods in Psychology, 3rd Ed. Harlow: Pearson
    or
    PCC-1004: Datblygu sgiliau ymchwil (20 c (20) Core
    Dyma'r deunydd darllen a argymhellir ar gyfer y modiwl hwn: American Psychological Association (2010). Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association. Washington, D. C.: ⁠ Awdur. Field, A. (2013). Discovering Statistics using SPSS, 4ydd Arg.. London: Sage Howitt, D. A Cramer, D (2010). Introduction to Research Methods in Psychology, 3ydd Arg. Harlow: Pearson
  • PPP-1005: Brain & Mind (10)
    Recommended reading for this module is as follows: Carlson N. R. Physiology of Behaviour (10th Edition) London: Allyn and Bacon. ISBN 9781408227992
  • JXH-1017: Human Physiology
    The aim of this module is to provide the students with core knowledge of human physiology necessary to understand the physiological saspects of exercise and sport covered in subdequent modules (SSHES) and to understand human disease processes (BioMedSci). The students are also introduced to the acute physiological responses to exercise and pathophuysiological mechanisms in disease as tools for better understanding human physiology and as a foundation for future modules.
    or
    JXC-1017: Ffisioleg Dynol
  • JXH-1027: Psychomotor Behaviour
    This module covers sports psychology, motor control, and biomechanics and applies them to understand human performance considered from a number of theoretical perspectives. Topics to be covered will include confidence, stress, psychological skills, visual perception, memory, attention, stages of information processing, factors influencing reaction time, movement preparation and execution.
    or
    JXC-1027: Ymddygiad Seicomodurol

Optional Modules

20 credits from:

  • PPP-1002: Stress & Distress (10) (Semester 1)
    Reading List Health Psychology. Core text: Morrison, V., & Bennett, P. (2012). An Introduction to Health Psychology (3rd ed.). Essex: Pearson. The first edition of this text will be suitable. Clinical Psychology. Core text: Kring, A. M., Johnson, S. L., Davison, G. C., & Neale, J. M., (2010/2012). Abnormal Psychology (11th/12th ed.). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley. Previous editions of the core text and other Abnormal Psychology texts will be suitable.
  • PPP-1003: Scientific Writing & Comm I (10) (Semester 1)
    Recommended reading for this module is as follows: American Psychological Association. (2010). The Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (6th Edition).Washington, DC: Author. The general online handbook: Essay Writing Guide; APA & Writing Research Reports; Edit, acknowledgements & choosing resources. Further reading materials and guidance will be provided in class and additional resources will be accessible on Blackboard.
    or
    PCC-1001: Ysgrifennu Gwyddonol I (10) (Semester 1)
    Dyma'r deunydd darllen a argymhellir ar gyfer y modiwl hwn: American Psychological Association. (2010). The Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (6th Edition). Washington, DC: Awdur. Y llawlyfr ar-lein cyffredinol: Arweiniad ar Ysgrifennu Traethodau; APA ac Ysgrifennu Adroddiadau Ymchwil, cydnabyddiaethau a dewis adnoddau. Bydd deunyddiau darllen pellach yn cael eu darparu yn y dosbarth a bydd adnoddau ychwanegol i'w cael ar Blackboard.
  • PPP-1006: Scientific Writing & Comm II (10) (Semester 2)
    Recommended reading for this module is as follows: American Psychological Association. (2010). The Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (6th Edition).Washington, DC: Author. POPPS handbook Further guidance will be provided in class, and additional resources will be made accessible on Blackboard.
    or
    PCC-1003: Ysgrifennu Gwyddonol II (10) (Semester 2)
    Dyma'r deunydd darllen a argymhellir ar gyfer y modiwl hwn: American Psychological Association. (2010). The Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (6th Edition).Washington, DC: Author. Llawlyfr Sgiliau Ymarfer Cyflwyniadau Llafar Seicoleg (POPPS) Rhoddir rhagor o gyfarwyddyd yn y dosbarth, a threfnir i adnoddau ychwanegol fod ar gael ar Blackboard.
  • PPP-1007: Learning to be Happy (10) (Semester 2)
    Recommended reading for this module is as follows: Carr A (2003) Positive Psychology: The Science of Happiness and Human Strengths. Brunner-Routledge ISBN-10: 1583919910 Miltenberger, R.G. (2007). Behaviour Modification: Principles and Procedures. (5th edition). Wadsworth. (4th edition also fine). can be brought by chapter.
  • PPP-1010: Applied Psychology (10) (Semester 2)
    Introduction to Psychology I will introduce you to some of the fundamental areas of psychology. Topics in this module will be drawn from the different areas of psychology. This year, the topic areas are: Historical and Theoretical Development, Biological Psychology, Perception and Social Psychology. They key topics will be taught in lectures, and guest talks will provide a broader picture of Bangor research expertise. The opportunities for further learning will be provided through small group workshops and discussions, and through guided independent learning with support of on-line learning activities. Students will continue learning some of the key skills (basic and advanced levels) necessary for the successful completion of a psychology degree.
  • JXH-1018: Sports Sci career studies (10) (Semester 1)
    By examining a number of contemporary issues, students will learn how to identify and respond to the moral, ethical, legal and health and safety considerations that underpin best practice in the sports and exercise domain. Issues such as the use of drugs in sport, competition, child protection and safety policies will be analysed. Students will discuss how professionals and performers might meet their legal, moral and ethical responsibilities in the issues under consideration and what the different consequences might be if these obligations are or are not met.
  • JXH-1020: Biomechanics (10) (Semester 2)
    In this module you will be introduced to fundamental aspects of biomechanics as applied to sport and exercise. As a results the following concepts and issues will be covered: • Definitions of biomechanics units of measurement • Vectors • Linear and Angular Kinetics and Kinematics • Laws of Motion • Projectiles • Work, Power, Energy • Introduction to motion analysis • Application of biomechanics in sports and exercise. The module will consist of 11 lectures and 1 laboratory practical session, and optional seminar/enhancement classes.
  • MSE-1023: Anatomy for Sport Science (10) (Semester 2)
  • JXH-1028: Physical Activity & Health (10) (Semester 2)
    This module will examine a variety of factors that relate to physcial activity and health which will be expanded upon in subsequent years of study. The broad aims of the module are: 1. To understand the relationship between regular physical activity and health outcomes. 2. To understand the differences in the effects of physical activity on fitness across age, gender and different population groups. 3. To examine physical activity patterns, determinants of exercise behaviour and barriers to exercise. 4. To be aware of the major principals behind physical activity, health promotion and adherence to exercise.
  • JXH-1040: Introduction Applied SS (10) (Semester 1)
    This module provides students with an introduction to aspects of sports science which are relevant to National Governing Bodies' coaching qualifications. Module content will include reflective practice skills and core aspects of sports science of relevance to the coaching of sport skills. That is, applied elements of sprots psychology (e.g., motivation and goal setting), permormance physiology (e.g., training and dietary planning), and skill acquisition (e.g., feedback) will be covered. Lectures will introduce and develop students' understanding of theoretical concepts whereas seminar/practical sessions will help to transfer this knowledge into the practical sports coaching domain. In order to foster a deeper level of understanding of the material covered in the module you will be allocated into groups in the first lecture. Your group will focus on one specific sport and the coaching requirements /demands of that specific sport. Wherever possible each lecture will contain opportunities to discuss the content of the lecture in the context of your specific sport. There will also be occasional homework assignments to complete within your group. In the penultimate week of the semester you will be asked to prepare a ten minute group presentation on a coaching plan for your sport that makes reference to applied principles of sport psychology and skill acquisition. The group presentation will be worth 60% of your final mark.
    or
    JXC-1040: Cyflwyno Gwyddorau Chwaraeon (10) (Semester 1)

Year 2 Modules

Compulsory Modules

Semester 1

  • PRP-2001: Research Methods III (20) Core
    There are no required readings for this module. Supplementary Readings are as follows: American Psychological Association (2010). Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association. Washington, D. C.: American Psychological Association. Field, A. (2009). Discovering Statistics using SPSS (3rd Edition). London, Sage Publications Ltd.
    or
    PCC-2001: Dulliau Ymchwil III (20) Core
    Nid oes deunydd darllen gofynnol ar gyfer y modiwl hwn. Dyma'r deunyddiau darllen ychwanegol: American Psychological Association (2010). Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association. Washington, D. C.: American Psychological Association. Field, A. (2009). Discovering Statistics using SPSS (3rd Edition). London, Sage Publications Ltd.
  • PPP-2010: Social Psychology (10)
    ONE of the following textbooks will provide you with a basic overview of the topic to support your learning through this course. However, please remember that it is expected that you will read original papers (research or review articles from peer reviewed journals) rather than relying on the textbook whenever possible. Please refer to the word documents that accompany each lecture to see a comprehensive list of original sources in the reference sections – consider these references as your reading lists for each topic. Sutton, R. & Douglas, K. (2013). Social Psychology. London: Palgrave MacMillan. ISBN-10: 0230218032 ISBN-13: 978-0230218031 Hogg, M.A. & G.M. Vaughan. (2011). Social Psychology 6th Edition. London: Prentice Hall. ISBN-10: 0273741144 ISBN-13: 978-0273741145 Please note that the most recent edition of the above textbook is preferred, but the previous edition (5th) is acceptable Aronson, E. (2008). The Social Animal 10th Edition. New York: Worth. ISBN-10: 1429203161 ISBN-13: 978-1429203166
  • JXH-2022: Psychology of Sport Perf (10)
    This module we will consider factors that may affect sport performance and how these may be assessed. Lectures, with small group work will form the basis for the module. Theoretical content will be presented and discussed along with the practical significance of specific theories for performacne enhancement. Group work will be used in a variety of ways including problem solving in relation to set scenarios and solution generation. Regular use of the module's Blackboard site (e.g., MCQs, reading) will be advantageous to effective learning as would consistent lecture attendance. Lectures will be on Tuesday 9 - 11am in the Main Hall except week 2 (see schedule). Lectures start Tuesday 27th September. They will normally last approx. one and a half hours. In order to foster a deeper level of understanding of the material covered in the module you will be asked to submit personal reflections related to the topics covered within the module. Each of the 3 reflections should be no more than one page (approx. 300 words) and include references (and a bibliography on a separate page). Reflections are to be submitted by noon one week following the completion of the respective topics. For the specific topics and deadlines please refer to the table at the end of this outline. A personal reflection should express your ideas and thoughts relevant to the topic under consideration. That is, you should include information dealing with: (a) whether your own experiences with the topic are inline with theory/research, (b) if they are not in agreement with theory/research, (b) if they are not in agreement with theory/research, how so and/or why?, (c) is the topic even applicable to your (sporting) life?, (d) if not, why not?, (e) are there any issues/points raised that you can make use of in the future? and (f) any interesting/eye-opening/doubtful issues/points raised? Each reflection will be no more than one page double line spaced (font size 12) of written text with an accompanying reference section (refer to your Student Handbook concerning correct reference style). A title for each reflection should inform the reader of the topic reflected upon. Given the limited space for your reflections it may help not to attempt to reflect, at a more general level, on overall topics (e.g., anxiety) but rather, at a much more specific level (e.g., catastrophic drops in performance, MAT's predictions for cognitive anxiety), as this will provide you with much greater focus.
  • JXH-2037: Exercise Psychology (10)
  • JXH-2041: Project Proposal (20) Core or
    JXC-2041: Cynnig Prosiect Ymchwil (20) Core

Semester 2

  • PRP-2002: Research Methods IV (20) Core
    American Psychological Association (2010).Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association. Washington, D. C.: American Psychological Association. Field, A. (2009). Discovering Statistics using SPSS (3rd Edition). London, Sage Publications Ltd.
    or
    PCC-2002: Dulliau Ymchwil IV (20) Core
    Bydd y modiwl hwn yn cynnwys ffyrdd o ddylunio a dadansoddi ymchwil seicolegol gan gyfeirio'n benodol at ddylunio arbrofol, dadansoddi data paramedrig, a'r defnydd o Dadansoddiad o Amrywiad (Analysis of Variance: ANOVA) a'r profion cysylltiedig dilynol. Nod y cwrs hwn yw helpu myfyrwyr i ddilyn gweithdrefnau mwy datblygedig o ddadansoddi data a ddefnyddir yn bennaf mewn Seicoleg Arbrofol, ac i allu ei defnyddio ar gyfer dadansoddi eu hymchwil eu hunain, er mwyn dylunio, a dadansoddi ac ysgrifennu prosiectau ymchwil blwyddyn olaf. Mae dwy elfen i'r modiwl. Bydd awr o ddarlith yn cyflwyno pwnc; bydd hyn yn cael ei gefnogi gan sesiwn dwy awr o hyd lle y byddwch yn ennill profiad ymarferol o ymchwil mewn seicoleg. Mae'r sesiynau yn cynnwys trafodaethau am ystod o faterion mewn dulliau arbrofol ac ystadegau ynghyd a'r cyfle i gasglu a thrin data. Bydd rhai o'r gweithgareddau yn cynnwys ystyried materion moesegol mewn ymchwil, ddyfeisio astudiaethau ymchwil ar themau a ddewiswyd, cynnal casglu data a dadansoddi, defnyddio offer electronig a chyfrifiadau llaw i ddisgrifio a dadansoddi data. Byddwch hefyd yn dysgu sut i gyfathrebu canlyniadau ymchwil mewn adroddiadau ysgrifenedig. Mae'r modwil hefyn yn cynnwys sesiynau wythnosol POPPS, pan fydd presenoldeb yn cael ei nodi. Rhestr Ddarllen Ofynnol Nid oes deunydd darllen gofynnol ar gyfer y modiwl hwn. Rhestr ddarllen ychwanegol: American Psychological Association (2010). Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association. Washington, D. C.: American Psychological Association. Field, A. (2009). Discovering Statistics using SPSS (3rd Edition). London, Sage Publications Ltd.
  • PPP-2011: Developmental Psychology (10)
    Recommended reading for this module is as follows: Shaffer, D.R., & Kipp, K. (2012). Developmental Psychology: Childhood and Adolescence. (9th Ed.) International Edition. London: Thompson. (Previous edition is also acceptable as they cover much the same ground.) Additional reading will be made available to students through Blackboard. Required reading for each lecture topic will be presented in class.
  • PPP-2013: Biological Psychology (10)
    Reading List All readings Carlson (10th edition) – Physiology of Behavior K & W=Kolb and Whishaw Fundamentals of Human Neuropsychology, 6th edition (in parenthesis page numbers from the 5th edition)
  • JXH-2020: Motor Control & Learning (10)
    The purpose of the module is to provide students with an understanding of the processes undelying the control and learning of human movement from a behavioural perspective. This module will cover research and theoretical issues on various topics in motor control and learning such as information processing and factors affecting reaction time; attention and movement control; central and sensory contributions in motor control; multi-limb coordination; stages of learning; organization of practice sessions; and the frequency and form of augmented feedback. The application of research findings and theoretical constructs to practical situations will be discussed.
  • JXH-2041: Project Proposal or
    JXC-2041: Cynnig Prosiect Ymchwil

Year 3 Modules

Compulsory Modules

Semester 1

  • JXH-3001: Research Project (40)
    The aim of this module is to allow studnets to complete a research project in an area of mutual agreement with their supervisor in the school of sport, health and exercise sciences. Students will have the opportunity to produce an original piece of research work and integrate knowledge and skills developed previously durning the course at undergraduate level (e.g. research methods).
    or
    JXC-3001: Prosiect Ymchwil (40)
  • JXH-3031: Stress & Performance (10)
    The module explores research and theoretical standpoints within the field of stress and performance. Real life stress and performance case studies that the lecturer has encountered with athletes will be explored at depth within the module content. Class time will consist of a combination of lectures, individual exercises, group discussions and formative assignment practice.
    or
    JXC-3031: Straen a Pherfformiad (10)
  • JXH-3033: Research in Psychological Skil (10) or
    JXC-3033: Ymchwil mewn Sgiliau Seicolego (10)

Semester 2

  • JXH-3001: Research Project
    The aim of this module is to allow studnets to complete a research project in an area of mutual agreement with their supervisor in the school of sport, health and exercise sciences. Students will have the opportunity to produce an original piece of research work and integrate knowledge and skills developed previously durning the course at undergraduate level (e.g. research methods).
    or
    JXC-3001: Prosiect Ymchwil
  • JXH-3034: Personality & Ind Diffs (10)
    Early theories (psychodynamic theories and derivaties) and later theories of personality, including different methods of assessment and application, self theories (e.g., self determination, self discrepancy), the Big Five, the Giant Three; specific personality traits (e.g., neuroticism, narcissism, perfectionism, optimism) in relation to sport and exercise performance; body-centre personality theories and their relation to sprot and exercise performance and health; "high-risk" sports, including affect/emotion regulation and individual differences in sensation seeking and risk-taking.

Optional Modules

50 credits from:

  • PMP-3001: Intro to Mindfulness (20) (Semester 2)
    The following reading is recommended for this module. We will put handouts and key articles on blackboard. Essential reading Williams M., Penman D., Mindfulness 2011 – Finding Peace in a Frantic World Kabat-Zinn, J. 1990, Full Catastrophe Living: Using the Wisdom of Your Body and Mind to Face Stress, Pain and Illness, Delta. Williams, J.M.G, Teasdale, J., Segal, Z.V., Kabat-Zinn, J, 2007, The Mindful Way Through Depression: freeing yourself from chronic unhappiness. Guilford Press. Crane, R.S., 2009, Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy: Distinctive features. Routledge. Suggested reading Baer, R. E., 2005, Mindfulness-Based Treatment Approaches, First Edition: Clinician's Guide to Evidence Base and Applications (Practical Resources for the Mental Health Professional); Academic Press. Santorelli, S, 1999, Heal Thyself: Lessons on Mindfulness in Medicine, Bell Tower. Segal, Z.V., Williams, J.M.G. & Teasdale, J.D, 2002, Mindfulness–based Cognitive Therapy for Depression. A New Approach to Preventing Relapse. Guilford Press. Sarah, S., 2012, The Mindfulness Breakthrough, Watkins Publishing
  • PPP-3002: Stress Anxiety, and Health (20) (Semester 2)
  • PSP-3002: Evolution & Human Soc Beh (20) (Semester 1)
    Reading List Required texts are: The Selfish Gene by Richard Dawkins, and The Mating Mind, by Geoffrey Miller Students will be provided with reading lists for each lecture. Other required and recommended readings include approximately 0-4 journal articles per week, all freely available through the university library website. Students may find the book In Your Face, by David Perrett helpful for the second half of the course.
  • PPP-3003: Brain Develop & Degeneration (20) (Semester 1)
    The aim of this module is to provide students with first-hand experience of conducting psychological research. This will further develop their skills in experimental design, data-collection, analysis and interpretation. It allso allows students the opportunity to develop their planning, organisational and team-working abilities, and their expertise at collating and reviewing literature. By the end of this module students will have produced an original piece of research work in the form of their final-year project, and will have presented this work in the form of a mini conference.
  • PPP-3004: Born to Run: Achieve your Goal (20) (Semester 2)
    The aim of this module is to produce students with first-hand experience of reviewing psychologica research literature. The module will further develop skills in literature search, collation, interpretation and critical discussion. It also allows students the opportunity to develop their planning, organisational and team-working abilities. By the end of this module students will have produced an original review of research work in one domain of psychology.
  • PCP-3005: Consumer & Applied Psychology (20) (Semester 2)
    Readings Possibly Required (still TBD): Blackwell, R.D., Miniard, P.W., & Engel, J.F (2006). Consumer Behavior, 10th edition. International Student Edition. Mason, Ohio: Thomson Higher Education. ISBN: 0324271972 Possibly Required (still TBD): Case studies (About 1 per week – mostly included in required text). Scientific Papers (About 1 per week - distributed during the course). Recommended: Strunk and White, The Elements of Style. Available for ~£6 or online at: http://www.bartleby.com/141/
  • PHP-3006: Topics in Illness & Disability (20) (Semester 2)
    Recommended reading for this module is as follows: Morrison V & Bennett P (2012). An Introduction to Health Psychology, 3rd ed. London: Pearson/Prentice Hall. In addition to this textbook empirical papers shall be provided in a reference list each week, which will be drawn from research articles published in academic journals. These will be available through the library or via the module Blackboard site.
  • PHP-3008: Counselling Skills (20) (Semester 1)
    The following textbook will provide you with a core overview of the topic to support your learning through this course. However, please remember that it is expected that you will read original papers (research or review articles from peer reviewed journals) rather than relying on the textbook whenever possible. Short, F. E., & Thomas, P. (2014). Core Approaches in Counselling and Psychotherapy. Routledge: UK. Additional readings for those who are interested in this topic are as follows: British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy. (1992). Ethical Framework for Good Practice in Counselling and Psychotherapy. Guidelines available online at the BACP website: http://www.bacp.co.uk/ethical_framework British Psychological Association. (2006). Code of Ethics and Conduct. Guidelines available online at the BPS website: http://www.bps.org.uk/the-society/code-of-conduct/code-of-conduct_home.cfm Rogers, C. (1951). Client Centred Therapy: Its Current Practice, Implications and Theory. Boston, MA: Houghton Mifflin College. ISBN-13 978-1841198408 ISBN-10: 1841198404 Recommended book for Person-Centred Therapy Freud, S. (1949). The Ego and the Id. London: The Hogarth Press Ltd. ISBN-10: 1578988675 ISBN-13: 978-1578988679 Recommended book for Psychoanalytic Therapy Beck, A. T. (1975). Cognitive Therapy and the Emotional Disorders. Oxford, England: International Universities Press. ISBN-10: 0140156895 ISBN-13: 978-0140156898 Recommended book for Cognitive Therapy Egan, G. (2007). The Skilled Helper. Belmont, CA: Brooks/Cole. ISBN-10: 0495604313 ISBN-13: 978- 0495604313 Recommended book for Therapeutic Models Ellis, A. (1997). A Guide to Rational Living. US: Albert Ellis Institute. ISBN-10: 0879800429 ISBN-13: 978-0879800420 Recommended book for Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy Berne, E. (1964). Games People Play. New York, US: Ballantine Books. ISBN-10: 0141040270 ISBN-13: 978-0141040271 Recommended book for TA Bandler, R. & Grinder, J. (1979). Frogs into Princes: Neuro Linguistic Programming. Moab, UT: Real People Press. ISBN-10: 0911226192 ISBN-13: 978-0911226195 Recommended book for NLP James, L. (2007). Tigger on the Couch. ISBN-13 978-0007248957 ISBN-10: 0007248954 Recommended book for a little bit of fun If you would like more information about this module (content or teaching methods), please do not hesitate to contact Dr Fay Short.
  • JXH-3037: App Sport Sci of Elite Perf (10) (Semester 2)
    This module will include: Training theory and advanced training techniques of the elite performer; Physiological assessment of performers; Issues in doping in elite performance; Preparation for competition.
  • JXH-3047: Disability Sport & Rehab (10) (Semester 2)
  • JXH-3048: Exercise for Clinical Populati (10) (Semester 1)
  • JXH-3050: Skill Acquisition (10) (Semester 2)
    Class time will consist of a combination of lectures, individual exercises and group discussions.