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152 Basic Techniques and New
Directions in Statistical
Mediation and Moderation
This intermediate workshop thoroughly reviews basic techniques in statistical mediation and moderation and illustrates
new and cutting-edge methods in this area. The first part of
the workshop, taught with hands-on examples, is devoted to
the basic Baron and Kenny approach to mediation and moderation. Attendees are encouraged to bring laptops with SPSS
and SEM software (Amos and Mplus); data will be provided for
download prior to the workshop. The latter half of the workshop describes new developments, e.g., bootstrapping, longitudinal analyses, and moderated mediation among other topics.
Leader: Paul E. Jose, PhD, Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington,
153 Evidence-Based Applied Sport
This introductory workshop presents the field of applied sport
psychology to practitioners. The workshop presents a validated evidence-based athlete assessment and intervention
protocol based on multidisciplinary research spanning a number of subdomains (and topics) in psychology. These topics
include neuropsychology, applied neuroscience, psychophysiology, assessment, and advanced ecological research methods. Systematic approaches to athlete assessment, individual
differences-based intervention, and intervention efficacy
testing methodologies will be presented. Professional issues
relating to board certification and the integration of sport psychology into the practice will be addressed.
Leaders: Roland A. Carlstedt, PhD, American Board of Sport Psychology,
SATURDAY, AUGUST 9, 2014
New York City, NY; Richard Temple, PhD, Mind for Sports, Austin, TX
Complimentary Continental breakfast will be provided to workshop attendees each morning
from 7:00–8:00 a.m. Afternoon snacks and beverages will also be provided.
8:00 a.m.–3: 50 p.m.
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