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No place to hide: Football players' and coaches' perceptions of the psychological factors influencing video feedback
journal contributionposted on 2017-05-23, 13:56 authored by Simon Middlemas, Chris Harwood
2017 © Association for Applied Sport PsychologyThe purpose of this two-part study was to examine the role of psychological factors within the delivery of video feedback in elite youth football. Interviews were conducted with 11 coaches and 12 players. A thematic content analysis yielded data relating to three general dimensions: (a) the psychological responses engaged during delivery; (b) the impact of using a range of delivery strategies; and (c) the impact of the delivery climate surrounding practice. The findings suggest that a greater appreciation of these factors would add significant value to the way coaches, sport scientists, and athletes currently use video technology for performance enhancement.
This study formed part of a doctoral thesis funded by The English Football Association.
- Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences
Published inJournal of Applied Sport Psychology
Pages1 - 22
CitationMIDDLEMAS, S. and HARWOOD, C.G., 2018. No place to hide: Football players' and coaches' perceptions of the psychological factors influencing video feedback. Journal of Applied Sport Psychology, 30(1), pp. 23-44.
Publisher© Association for Applied Sport Psychology. Published by Taylor and Francis
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NotesThis is an Accepted Manuscript of an article published by Taylor & Francis Group in Journal of Applied Sport Psychology on 05 Apr 2017, available online: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/10413200.2017.1302020