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Isabel Balaguer

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School of Sport and Exercise Sciences

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School of Sport and Exercise Sciences

United Kingdom

Company Description

Our School of Sport and Exercise Sciences is one of the longest established in Europe for scientific research into exercise and sport. We were the first university in the UK to offer a degree in Sport and Exercise Sciences that extended beyond the boundaries...more

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Employment History

Catedrática De Psicología Social

University of Valencia


Affiliations

University of Birmingham

Honorary Associate Lecturer


IZOF

Founder


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www.sportex.bham.ac.uk

Dr Isabel Balaguer Visiting Professor Dr Isabel BalaguerTel: +44 (0)121 414 2879Fax: +44 (0)121 414 4121Email: I.Balaguer@bham.ac.uk or isabel.balaguer@uv.es Dr. Isabel Balaguer, Professor of Social Psychology in the Faculty of Psychology at the University of Valencia, Spain, is a Visiting Research Fellow in Sport and Exercise Psychology through December 2000.This research leave is funded by a grant from the Ministry of Education in Spain.At Valencia, Professor Balaguer teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in social psychology and the social psychological aspects of sport and exercise activities.In terms of research interests, Isabel has focused on the antecedents and consequences of coach behaviours (e.g., the interrelationships between leadership style and motivational climate) at the elite level.For the past several years, she has been the director of a large-scale, funded project concerning the social cognitive and environmental determinants of healthy lifestyles among Spanish adolescents.Sample Publications: Pons, D., Balaguer, I., & García-Merita, M.L. (2001).Is the breadth of Individualized Ranges of Optimal Anxiety (IZOF) equal for all athletes?A graphical method for establishing IZOF.The Spanish Journal of Psychology.4 (1), 3-10. Balaguer, I., Duda, J. L., Atienza, F. L., & Mayo, C. (2002).Situational and dispositional goals as predictors of perceptions of individual and team improvement, satisfaction and coach ratings among elite female handball teams.Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 3, 293-308 Castillo, I., Balaguer, I. & Duda, J. L. (2002).Las perspectivas de meta de los adolescentes en el contexto deportivo, (Students' Goals achievement in the sport domain).Psicothema, 14 (2), 280-287. Balaguer, I. (Ed.). Estilos de Vida en la Adolescencia. (Lifestyle in the Adolescence) Promolibro.Valencia.Atienza, F. L., Balaguer, I., & García-Merita, M. L. (2003).Satisfaction With Life Scale: analysis of factorial invariance across sexes.Personality and Individual Differences, 34, 1-6.Castillo, I., Balaguer, I. & Duda, J. L. (2003).Las teorías personales sobre el logro académico y su relación con la alienación escolar (Personal theories on academic achievement and its relationship with school alienation).Psicothema.15 (1), 75-81. Pastor, Y., Balaguer, I., Pons, D., & García-Merita, M .L. (2003).Testing direct and indirect effects of sports participation on perceived health in Spanish adolescents between 15-18 years of age.Journal of Adolescence, 26, 717-730.Pastor, Y., Balaguer, I., & García-Merita, M. L. (2003).El autoconcepto y la autoestima en la adolescencia media: análisis diferencial por curso y género. (Self-concept and self-esteem in middle adolescence: differential analysis by gender and age).Revista de Psicología Social, 18 (2), 141-159.Atienza, F. L., Balaguer, I., Moreno, Y. & Fox K. R. (2004).El perfil de autopercepción física: propiedades psicométricas de la versión española y análisis de la estructura jerárquica de las autopercepciones físicas (Physical Self Perception Profile: Psychometric properties in the Spanish version and validity of the physical self perception hierarchical structure).Psicothema.16, 3, 461-467Bray, S .R., Balaguer, I., & Duda, J. L. (2004).The Relationship of Task Self-efficacy and Role Efficacy Beliefs to Role Performance in Spanish Youth Soccer.Journal of Sport Science.22, 429-437.This page is maintained by the School of Sport and Exercise Sciences.


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Isabel Balaguer, The University of Valencia, SpainWe and a colleague (Balaguer, Duda, and Crespo, 2003) recently examined the degree and predictors of burnout among a large sample of junior-level international tennis coaches (354 male and 34 female).Parallel to our study of the antecedents to burnout among junior international players (Duda, Balaguer, Moreno, and Crespo, 2001), coaches who tended to define personal success in coaching as winning and outdoing others were more likely to feel burned out.


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