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The #PsychMapping Community

The #PsychMapping community is home to performance psychology practitioners who use the #SportPsychMapping interview and applied practice tools. Members can explore new material developed since their training, learn about projects, research and teaching opportunities, and help grow #PsychMapping and this community.

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NEWS

KEEP AN EYE ON OUR NEXT TRAINING OFFERS

NEW VIDEO ONLINE. RECORDING FROM NOV 2nd SESSION

 LEARN ABOUT OUR TRAINING REVOLUTION COMMING IN 2022

#KNOWLEDGEMAP ARTICLE PUBLISHED IN FRONTIERS IN PSYCHOLOGY

#SPORTPSYCHMAPPING ARTICLE PUBLISHED IN THE SPORT PSYCHOLOGIST

HowTo join 

To become part of the #PsychMapping community you need to conplete your basic training in #SportPsychMapping. Once you have finished, you will be invited to join the community.

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Professional training

Learn to use #SportPsychMapping and become part of our community

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Informative sessions

We give free trial lessons in Bachelor and Master courses

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Free Online sessions

To present the #KnowledgeMap and #SportPsychMapping to the public

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Consulting

We manage projects and put specialists in contact with clients

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#PsychMapping Experts around the World

Here is a list of #PsychMapping experts and their contact details. Get in touch with them directly and benefit from their expertise in #PsychMapping and general performance psychology.

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Research

All #PsychMapping is based on a holistic framework developed in the field of sports and exercise psychology, but applicable to all areas of human performance, including work, art and education. The Knoweldge Map of Sport and Exercise is the foundation of #PsychMapping, and the first article on this framework was published in Frontiers in Psychology in 2021. While the theoretical model was still being developed, #SportPsychMapping was developed as an applied tool based on the theory. The article #SportPsychMapping was published online in 2021 in The Sport Psychologist. Since the publication of the theoretical and practical basics of #PsychMapping, we have been developing various research projects to test new #PsychMapping tools for practice in human performance domains.