There are several ways that you can select a topic for this paper:
Think: what about sports psychology is interesting or exciting to you?
Check your textbook: what topics do they outline?
Google News: once you have an idea about a topic, try searching for it here and see what kinds of articles start popping up.
Not sure about how to start? The video below talks through some strategies for picking a topic:
Finding Sports Psychology Articles
Now that you've picked a topic, you'll need to search PsychArticles to find a good scholarly article. Watch the video below to learn 3 ways to search, how to learn if an article is a good fit, and how to get the database to create a citation for you:
ASC does contain some scholarly articles related to Sports Psychology. Make sure that you've checked the journal article option.
Have questions about reading your scholarly article? You can watch the video below, which will cover how what peer-review is, how to read a scholarly article, and how to get help with any questions you may have about research.
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