Revisiting how sport psychology can best be illustrated

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Christensen, Steven A. and Lamont-Mills, Andrea. 2008. "Revisiting how sport psychology can best be illustrated." Victorian Sport Psychology Conference (APS 2008). Melbourne, Australia 24 - 25 Jan 2008 Melbourne, Australia.
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Revisiting how sport psychology can best be illustrated

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AuthorsChristensen, Steven A. (Author) and Lamont-Mills, Andrea (Author)
Journal or Proceedings TitleVictorian Sport Psychology Conference (APS 2008)
Number of Pages5
Year2008
Place of PublicationMelbourne, Australia
Web Address (URL) of Paperhttp://web.mac.com/michellepain/Sport_Psych/Conf_details.html
Conference/EventVictorian Sport Psychology Conference (APS 2008)
Event Details
Victorian Sport Psychology Conference (APS 2008)
Event Date
24 to end of 25 Jan 2008
Event Location
Melbourne, Australia
Abstract

In this paper we revisit the question, how can sport psychology best be illustrated? There have been many interesting works produced in recent years that have displayed conversations between sport psychologists and athletes. In our view there are problems in analysing and commenting on transcripts that are not based on real-life psychological practice. Many works have not considered the importance of recording and representing real-life practice, and so have glossed over the original question, how can sport psychology best be illustrated? This has lessened what they can contribute to understanding how sport psychology is practiced. To illustrate this point, we present a short extract of real-life therapy talk that centres on the therapist's question, have you seen a psychologist before? The audio recording of this psychologist-client talk was presented in our conference presentation, and we display transcripts of this therapy talk in three different forms in this paper: a Jeffersonian transcript, a verbatim transcript, and an idealised script. We use data from these transcripts to show that choosing a transcription format has consequences for how we can understand psychological practice.

Keywordssport psychology; conversations; transcripts
ANZSRC Field of Research 2020520107. Sport and exercise psychology
360205. Technical writing
520105. Psychological methodology, design and analysis
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Deposited according to Publisher's requirements: 'This is an electronic version of a paper presented at the 2008 APS Victorian Sport Psychology Conference: Christensen, Steven A. and Lamont-Mills, Andrea (2008). Revisiting how sport psychology can best be illustrated. In: 2008 APS Victorian Sport Psychology Conference, 24-25 Jan 2008, Melbourne, Australia. (Unpublished)

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