MS 766 - Association for Applied Sport Psychology
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|Title||MS 766 - Association for Applied Sport Psychology|
|Introduction||In April 1998, the Association for Applied Sport Psychology designated Bowling Green State University, specifically the Center for Archival Collections, to house their archives. The collection consists of six linear feet of minutes, conference programs and proceedings, officer correspondence, financial files, committee and subject files, and publications. The records date from the establishment of AASP in 1986 to 2002.|
Founded in 1985 and incorporated in 1986, the Association for Applied Sport Psychology (AASP) has emerged as the largest applied sport and exercise psychology organization in the world. Founding President, John M. Silva, established AASP to promote the science and practice of sport and exercise psychology, while providing an opportunity for individuals to share information related to theory development, research, and the provision of psychological services to consumers. Today, AASP is a vibrant international, multidisciplinary organization.
Since its inception, AASP has committed significant time and effort to identify essential criteria to the practice of applied sport psychology. In 1989, AASP established and approved criteria for certification intended to demonstrate that individuals seeking certification must have obtained a minimal level of training and experience to provide professional services in applied sport psychology. Currently, AASP is the only professional organization in North America that offers certification to qualified professionals who practice sport, exercise, and health psychology.
Additional information on AASP can be found at http://appliedsportpsych.org
The Association for Applied Sport Psychology collection is arranged into the following Record Groups: Executive Board, Office Correspondence and Files, Conferences, Subject Files, Committee/Council/Task Force Files, and Publications. These Record Groups are divided into Record Series as described below. Some records have been made available online. See the separate listing below.
EXECUTIVE BOARD MINUTES AND FILES
OFFICER CORRESPONDENCE AND FILES
TREASURER REPORTS AND FILES
ARCHIVES AND HISTORY
COMMITTEE/COUNCILS/TASK FORCE FILES
COMMITTEE/COUNCIL/TASK FORCE FILES
JOURNAL AND GRADUATE PROGRAMS DIRECTORY CORRESPONDENCE
Executive Board: Box 1Folders
Executive Board: Box 2Folders
Executive Board: Box 3Folders
Officer Correspondence and Files: Box 1Folders
Conference Files: Box 1Folders
Conference Files: Box 2Folders
Conference Files: Box 3
Conference Files: Box 4
Conference Files: Box 5
Subject Files: Box 1
Subject Files: Box 2
Committee/Council/Task Force Files: Box 1Folders
Publications: Box 1Folders
Publications: Box 2
Publications: Box 3
Publications: Box 4
Publications: Box 5
Publications: Box 6
Digital Media Files: Box 1
Note: Minutes, newsletters, and conference programs may sometimes be incorporated in other publications. Researchers should consult all records for the desired time period for this information.
Executive Board Minutes
Conference Programs and Abstracts