Ferruccio Antonelli: His work and legacy

Cei, Alberto
December 2011
International Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology;Dec2011, Vol. 9 Issue 4, p356
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the contribution of Ferruccio Antonelli, founder of the International Society of Sport Psychology (ISSP), in the field of sport psychology. Antonelli played a crucial role in the establishment of the ISSP in 1965 and the first scientific journal dedicated to sport psychology, called the "International Journal of Sport Psychology." It summarizes the legacy of Antonelli to the field of sport psychology.


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