social psychology of sport

social psychology of sport
socialinė sporto psichologija statusas T sritis Kūno kultūra ir sportas apibrėžtis Sporto psichologijos šaka, tirianti sportininkų grupių socialinius psichologinius vyksmus, keldama klausimą, kaip tie vyksmai veikia asmenybę ir kaip asmenybė veikia tuos vyksmus. Tuo ji skiriasi nuo sporto sociologijos. atitikmenys: angl. social psychology of sport vok. soziale Sportpsychologie, f rus. социальная псиxология спорта

Sporto terminų žodynas. T. 1. 2-asis patais. ir papild. leid.: Aiškinamasis žodynas. Angliški, vokiški, rusiški terminų atitikmenys. Būtiniausios žinios. 2002.

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