Daniel Gould, Michigan State University

Kinesiology Professor East Lansing, Michigan drgould@msu.edu Office: (517) 432-0175

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Bio/Research

Actively involved in research, Dan has studied the stress-athletic performance relationship,

sources of athletic stress, stress and burnout in young athletes, athlete motivation, the psychology

of coaching, talent development, parental influences in youth sports, and performan...


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Bio/Research

Actively involved in research, Dan has studied the stress-athletic performance relationship,

sources of athletic stress, stress and burnout in young athletes, athlete motivation, the psychology

of coaching, talent development, parental influences in youth sports, and performance

enhancement. Dan’s current research focuses on the role parents play in junior tennis, how coaches

teach life skills to young athletes, and an assessment of the most pressing issues involved in high

school sports. He has over 100 scholarly publications and over 50 applied sport psychology

research dissemination-service publications. He has been invited to speak on sport psychology

topics in over 20 countries. Two research-based children's sports texts have been co-edited by Dan

and he served as one of the founding coeditors of The Sport Psychologist. Finally, he has made

over 150 regional, national and international scholarly presentations.



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