Christy Greenleaf mostly deals with Athletes, Applied psychology, Coaching, Sport psychology and Clinical psychology. Many of her studies on Athletes involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Dieting. Her Applied psychology study incorporates themes from Mental skills, Social psychology and Overtraining.
The various areas that Christy Greenleaf examines in her Clinical psychology study include Weight control and College health. Her Eating disorders research includes elements of Developmental psychology, College athletics and Dysfunctional family. Her work carried out in the field of Developmental psychology brings together such families of science as Id, ego and super-ego and Goal orientation.
Christy Greenleaf mainly focuses on Clinical psychology, Developmental psychology, Athletes, Eating disorders and Physical fitness. Her Clinical psychology study combines topics in areas such as Psychosocial and Anxiety. Her Developmental psychology study which covers Obesity that intersects with Physical education.
Her Athletes research incorporates elements of Social psychology, Applied psychology and Sport psychology. Her Eating disorders research integrates issues from Affect, Psychometrics and Dysfunctional family. Her study in Physical fitness is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Body mass index, Self-concept, Gerontology, Cardiorespiratory fitness and Aerobic exercise.
Her primary areas of study are Clinical psychology, Physical fitness, Psychosocial, Depression and Developmental psychology. A large part of her Clinical psychology studies is devoted to Eating disorders. Her Eating disorders study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Mindfulness and Dysfunctional family.
In Physical fitness, she works on issues like Cardiorespiratory fitness, which are connected to Self-concept, Physical strength, Aerobic exercise, Self-efficacy and The Thin Ideal. Her Depression research focuses on Self-esteem and how it relates to Mental health, Insomnia and Psychological well-being. Her work on Mediation as part of general Developmental psychology study is frequently linked to Empowerment, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science.
Her primary scientific interests are in Clinical psychology, Weight stigma, Overweight, Mental health and Reality television. Her research combines Goal orientation and Clinical psychology. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Weight loss, Developmental psychology, Human physical appearance, Public health and Behavior change.
Her Overweight study necessitates a more in-depth grasp of Obesity. Her work deals with themes such as Psychological intervention and Self-esteem, which intersect with Mental health. In her works, Christy Greenleaf performs multidisciplinary study on Reality television and Political science.
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Factors influencing Olympic performance: interviews with Atlanta and Nagano U.S. Olympians.
Christy Greenleaf;Daniel Gould;Kristen Dieffenbach.
Journal of Applied Sport Psychology (2001)
Factors affecting Olympic performance: Perceptions of athletes and coaches from more and less successful teams.
Daniel Gould;Diane Guinan;Christy Greenleaf;Russ Medbery.
Sport Psychologist (1999)
Weight status and body image perceptions in adolescents: current perspectives
Dana K Voelker;Justine J Reel;Christy Greenleaf.
Adolescent Health, Medicine and Therapeutics (2015)
Female Collegiate Athletes: Prevalence of Eating Disorders and Disordered Eating Behaviors
Christy Greenleaf;Trent A. Petrie;Jennifer Carter;Justine J. Reel.
Journal of American College Health (2009)
Influence of perceived coaching behaviors on burnout and competitive anxiety in female college athletes
Robin S. Vealey;Lucinda Armstrong;William Comar;Christy A. Greenleaf.
Journal of Applied Sport Psychology (1998)
A Survey of U.S. Olympic Coaches: Variables Perceived to Have Influenced Athlete Performances and Coach Effectiveness
Daniel Gould;Diane Guinan;Christy Greenleaf;Yongchul Chung.
Sport Psychologist (2002)
Reaching for gold and the price of glory: a motivational case study of an Elite Gymnast.
Vikki Krane;Christy A. Greenleaf;Jeannine Snow.
Sport Psychologist (1997)
Perceptions of Youth Obesity among Physical Educators
Christy Greenleaf;Karen Weiller.
Social Psychology of Education (2005)
Imagery training for peak performance.
Daniel Gould;Nicole Damarjian;Christy Greenleaf.
Self-objectification among physically active women
Sex Roles (2005)
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