Items where SHU Author is "Olusoga, Peter"
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OLUSOGA, Peter and KENTTA, Goran (2017). Desperate to quit : a narrative analysis of burnout and recovery in sports coaching. The Sport Psychologist. (In Press)
BENNETT, Jenn, ROTHERHAM, Michael, HAYS, Kate, OLUSOGA, Peter and MAYNARD, Ian (2016). Yips and Lost Move Syndrome : assessing impact and exploring levels of perfectionism, rumination, and reinvestment. Sport and exercise psychology review, 12 (1).
SLACK, Liam A., MAYNARD, Ian, BUTT, Joanne and OLUSOGA, Peter (2015). An evaluation of a mental toughness education and training program for early-career English football league referees. Sports Psychologist, 29 (3), 237-257.
BENNETT, J, HAYS, Kate, LINDSAY, Pete, OLUSOGA, Peter and MAYNARD, Ian (2015). Yips and Lost Move Syndrome : exploring psychological symptoms, similarities, and implications for treatment. International Journal of Sport Psychology, 46, 61-82.
OLUSOGA, Peter, MAYNARD, Ian, BUTT, Joanne and HAYS, K (2014). Coaching under pressure: mental skills training for sports coaches. Sport and exercise psychology review, 10 (3), 31-44.
SLACK, Liam, BUTT, Joanne, MAYNARD, Ian and OLUSOGA, Peter (2014). Understanding mental toughness in elite football officiating : perceptions of English Premier League referees. Sport and exercise psychology review, 10 (1), 4-24.
SLACK, Liam, MAYNARD, Ian, BUTT, Joanne and OLUSOGA, Peter (2013). Factors underpinning elite sport officiating: perceptions of English Premier League referees. Journal of Applied Sport Psychology, 25 (3), 298-315.
OLUSOGA, Peter, BUTT, Joanne, MAYNARD, Ian and HAYS, K (2012). Coaching under pressure: A study of successful British Olympic coaches. Journal of Sports Sciences, 30 (3), 229-239.
OLUSOGA, P, BUTT, J, MAYNARD, I and HAYS, K (2010). Stress and coping: a study of world class coaches. Journal of applied sport psychology, 22 (3), 274-293.
OLUSOGA, P., BUTT, J., HAYS, K. and MAYNARD, I. (2009). Stress in elite sports coaching: identifying stressors. Journal of applied sport psychology, 21 (4), 442-459.