Applied psychology, Athletes, Sport psychology, Social psychology and Coaching are his primary areas of study. His Applied psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Sport management and Reliability. His Athletes study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Developmental psychology and Public relations.
Many of his research projects under Developmental psychology are closely connected to Human development with Human development, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. His Sport psychology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Coping, Substance abuse and Career development. His research investigates the connection between Coaching and topics such as Pedagogy that intersect with problems in Medical education.
Jean Côté mainly investigates Applied psychology, Athletes, Social psychology, Coaching and Developmental psychology. His study on Sport psychology is often connected to Personal development as part of broader study in Applied psychology. Athletes is a subfield of Physical therapy that Jean Côté studies.
His work in the fields of Social identity theory, Prosocial behavior and Affect overlaps with other areas such as Context. The study incorporates disciplines such as Interpersonal communication, Pedagogy, Transformational leadership and Medical education in addition to Coaching. Jean Côté regularly links together related areas like Competence in his Positive Youth Development studies.
Jean Côté mainly focuses on Applied psychology, Athletes, Coaching, Social psychology and Developmental psychology. Jean Côté works in the field of Applied psychology, focusing on Sport psychology in particular. Jean Côté regularly links together related areas like Psychosocial in his Athletes studies.
His Coaching study combines topics in areas such as Interpersonal communication, Group dynamic and Transformational leadership. His work on Social identity theory, Prosocial behavior and Affect is typically connected to Practical implications and Competition as part of general Social psychology study, connecting several disciplines of science. His study looks at the relationship between Developmental psychology and fields such as Competence, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
Jean Côté focuses on Applied psychology, Coaching, Social psychology, Athletes and Public relations. The Sport psychology research Jean Côté does as part of his general Applied psychology study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Personal development, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. His Coaching research incorporates elements of Interpersonal relationship and Professional development.
His work investigates the relationship between Social psychology and topics such as Developmental psychology that intersect with problems in Critical awareness and Competence. His Athletes research focuses on Psychosocial and how it connects with Life course approach and Experiential learning. His work carried out in the field of Public relations brings together such families of science as Mental toughness and Knowledge translation.
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The Influence of the Family in the Development of Talent in Sport
Sport Psychologist (1999)
Youth Sport Programs: An Avenue to Foster Positive Youth Development.
Jessica L. Fraser-Thomas;Jean Cote;Janice Deakin.
Physical Education & Sport Pedagogy (2005)
An integrative definition of coaching effectiveness and expertise.
Jean Côté;Wade Gilbert.
International Journal of Sports Science & Coaching (2009)
Practice and play in the development of sport expertise.
Jean Côté;Joseph Baker;Bruce Abernethy.
The Coaching Model: A Grounded Assessment of Expert Gymnastic Coaches’ Knowledge
Jean Côté;John Saimela;Pierre Trudel;Abderrahim Baria.
Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology (1995)
Organizing and Interpreting Unstructured Qualitative Data
Jean Côté;John H. Salmela;Abderrahim Baria;Storm J. Russell.
Sport Psychologist (1993)
From play to practice: A developmental framework for the acquisition of expertise in team sports
J. Cote;J. Baker;A.B. Abernethy.
Children's involvement in sport: A developmental perspective
J. Cote;J. Hay.
ISSP position stand: To sample or to specialize? Seven postulates about youth sport activities that lead to continued participation and elite performance
Jean Côté;Ronnie Lidor;Dieter Hackfort.
International journal of sport and exercise psychology (2009)
Evaluating iatrogenic risk of youth suicide screening programs: a randomized controlled trial.
Madelyn S. Gould;Frank A. Marrocco;Marjorie Kleinman;John Graham Thomas.
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