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PSY 2200 - Sport Psychology: PSY 2200

This Research Guide was developed for use with the PSY 2200 class taught by Dr. Finley. It provides information on: psychology databases: how to access, search and manage articles, plagiarism, APA and books and e-books on psychology.

Sport Psychology (PSY 2200)

This course introduces the principles of psychology as they apply to sport and exercise, including ethics and problems in research methodology, motivation, learning, social behavior, performance enhancement, youth sports, gender issues, leadership, and exercise issues. Multicultural and international views of the field are also considered. 

Social Sciences Department

The Social Sciences Department prepares students for a wide range of careers. With a focus on global studies, local studies, and psychology, the department prepares students to be critical thinkers.

Dr. Korey Brown
Department Chair

Address: Marlboro Hall (MH), Room 2054
Phone: (301) 546 - 0526  
WebsiteSocial Sciences Department