Publiserte artikler fra FOBU

2019

Berntsen, H. & Kristiansen, E. (2019). Successful coach learning: Digital workbook informed by pedagogical principles. International Journal of Sports Science and Coaching

Berntsen, H. & Kristiansen, E. (2019). Guidelines for Need-Supportive Coach Development: The Motivation Activation Program in Sports (MAPS). International Sport Coaching Journal, 6 (1), 88-97

Berntsen, H., Ivarsson, A., & Kristiansen, E. (2019). Need-supportiveness and athlete well being: Coaches' competence-support at risk in the elite sport context throughout the season. Current Issues in Sport Science (CISS)

Berntsen, H. & Kristiansen, E. (2019). Feilaktig syn på hva som er god "coaching" gir utbrenthet, frafall og mistrivsel: Derfor bør treners samhandlingsferdigheter kvalitetssikres på lik linje med idrettsspesifikk-kompetanse. NIH-bloggen 

Bjerring, A. W., Landgraff, H. E., Stokke, T. M., Murbraech, K., Leirstein, S., Aaeng, A., ... Sarvari, S. I. (2019). The developing athlete's heart: a cohort study in young athletes transitioning through adolescence. Eur J Prev Cardiol

 Bjørndal, C. T., & Ronglan, L. T. (2019). Engaging with uncertainty in athlete development – orchestrating talent development through incremental leadership. Sport, Education and Society, 1-13

Hansen, P.Ø., Breivik, G. & Loland, S. (2019). Er det greit så lenge det er lov? En kartlegging av verdier og holdninger til doping og antidoping i norsk idrett. Norges idrettshøgskole, Forskningssenter for barne- og ungdomsidrett.

Hansen, P. Ø., Breivik, G., & Loland, S. (2019). Doping i norsk idrett: Greit såfremt det er lov? Aftenposten, s. 20-21

Haraldsen, H. M. (2019). Thriving, striving, or just surviving? A study of motivational processes among elite junior performers from sports and performing arts. Norges Idrettshøgskole (ISBN 978-82-502-0574-1) 309 s. Brage KHIO/NIH

Haraldsen, H. M; Halvari, H; Solstad, B. E; Abrahamsen, F. E.; Nordin-Bates, Sanna M. (2019). The Role of Perfectionism and Controlling Conditions in Norwegian Elite Junior Performers’ Motivational Processes. Frontiers in Psychology; Volum 10. (June) USN/NIH.

Haraldsen, H. M; Halvari, H; Solstad, B. E; Ivarsson, A; Halvari, H; Abrahamsen, F. E. (2019). Change in Basic Need Frustration in Relation to Perfectionism, Anxiety and Performance in Elite Junior Performers. Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports. USN/NIH

Jørgensen, H; Lemyre, P.-N.; (2019). Holt, Nicholas. Multiple Learning Contexts and the Development of Life Skills Among Canadian Junior National Team Biathletes. Journal of Applied Sport Psychology. NIH

McNeill, K., Durand-Bush, N., & Lemyre, P.-N (2019). Can Learning Self-Regulatory Competencies Through a Guided Intervention Improve Coaches’ Burnout Symptoms and Well-Being? Journal of Clinical Sport Psychology, 1(aop), 1-21

Persson, M.; Espedalen, L. E.; Stefansen, K.; Strandbu, Å. (2019). Opting out of youth sports: how can we understand the social processes involved? Sport, Education and Society. OSLOMET/ NIH

Sabourin, C.; Trottier, C.; Frenette, E.; Camire, M.; Drapeau, V.; Goulet, C.; Lemyre, P.-N. (2019). French Adaptation of the Short Form Youth Experiences Survey for Sport and Life Skills Scale for Sport. Measurement in Physical Education and Exercise Science. NIH

Solstad, G. M.; Strandbu, Å. (2019). Culturally ‘safe sport’: on political mobilisation against abuse in Zambian sport. International Journal of Sport Policy and Politics. E-first publication

Stefansen, K.; Solstad, G. M.; Strandbu, Å.; Hansen, M. L. (2019). Young Athletes’ Perceptions of Coach-Athlete Sexual Relationships: Engaging with Competing Ethics. Sociology of Sport Journal E-first publication

 Strandbu, Å.; Bakken, A.; Stefansen, K. (2019). The continued importance of family sport culture for sport participation during the teenage years. Sport, Education and Society. E-first publication.

 Strandbu, Å.; Bakken, A.; Sletten, M. Å. (2019). Exploring the minority–majority gap in sport participation: different patterns for boys and girls? Sport in Society; Volum 22.(4) s. 606-624