International Symposium on Sports Psychology

The Institute of Sports Professions- Kenitra
The Laboratory of Economics and Management of Organizations 

Organize:
An International Symposium on Sports Psychology 
October 21-23, 2021

All papers should be submitted to the PSSP'21 EasyChair online submission website

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Sports Psychology

Sports psychology is seen as a link between sports science, sports practice, and psychology. Its main task is the exploration and research of the systematic influence of psychic, psychosomatic and psychosocial factors on the processes of sports exercise.
Promoting research and practice in sports psychology requires mastering and seeking a balance in the athlete's life. This requires an analysis and in-depth knowledge of the athlete's sport environment, physical activity, physiology, and state of health, in addition to training and above all, the close links between these various sectors. This includes those that focus on the practice of sport psychology, and also, those that cover different fields of research in sport and exercise psychology. It concerns children, adolescents, young adults, adults, parents, coaches, high-level athletes in various situations where human beings challenge their limits while respecting their psychic and physical integrity.

In order to exchange and share experiences and research results on all aspects of sports psychology and performance, the Institute of Sports Professions aims to bring together university scientists and researchers to present and discuss innovations, trends and most recent concerns, as well as practical challenges encountered and solutions adopted in the fields of sports and performance psychology. It is therefore a theme which represents an object of research that sheds light on the importance of psychological issues of sport.
Sports psychology is concerned with the perceptions, thoughts and behavior of elite athletes. It seeks to explain them, anticipate them and, if necessary and desired, to modify and improve them. Accordingly, it calls upon a deep analysis of the uses, practices and effects of psychology that aims to give athletes the means to improve their performance, overcome their emotions, and control themselves in order to enhance their positive development in the field of Sport.

Important Dates

June 30, 2021

Deadline for submission

Deadline for submission of the abstract and paper outline (2 pages): June 30, 2021 at the latest to the following email address: colloque.ims@gmail.com.

Notification of acceptance

authors will receive the decision regarding their articles

July 15, 2021

 September 1, 2021

Deadline for article submission

Deadline for article submission (30,000 characters without spaces)

Symposium

 October 21-23, 2021

Topics

  • Organization of the movement
  • Motor learning
  • Physical load and recovery
  • Training and therapy
  • Biomechanics
  • Sports medicine
  • Sports education
  • Sports economics
  • Theory of movement and sports training 
  • General guidelines :
    performance, health, quality of life
  • Areas of practice :
    school sports, performance sports, and recreational sports
  • Sport and performance
  • Modes of competitiveness
  • Sport and regional appeal
  • Sports performance management.
Steering Committee
o Driss DAOUI, Université d’Ibn Tofail Kenitra, Maroc.
o Imad KHATER, Université d’Ibn Tofail Kenitra, Maroc.
o Bouchra TAIB, Université Ibn Tofail Kenitra, Maroc.

o Mehdi MHARI, Université Ibn Tofail Kenitra, Maroc.
o Cheikh Maalainain, Université d’Ibn Tofail Kenitra, Maroc.
o Fatima Zahra SOUSSI ALAOUI, Université Ibn Tofail Kenitra, Maroc.
o Laraqui Abderrahmane, Université Chouaib Doukkali, FSJESJ, Maroc.
o Achour Fatima zahra, Université d’Ibn Tofail Kenitra, Maroc.
o Sliman Mounia, Université d’Ibn Tofail Kenitra, Maroc.

Scientific Committee
o Driss Daoui, Université d’Ibn Tofail Kenitra, Maroc.
o Fatima Zahra Achour, Université d’Ibn Tofail Kenitra, Maroc.
o Abdellah Houssaini, Université d’Ibn Tofail Kenitra, Maroc.
o Redouan Berzi, Université d’Ibn Tofail Kenitra, Maroc.
o Soulaiman Laghzaoui, Université d’Ibn Tofail Kenitra, Maroc.
o Faouzi Boussedra, Université Chouaib doukkali, Maroc.
o Omar Touab, Université d’Ibn Tofail Kenitra, Maroc.
o Mustapha Achibane, Université d’Ibn Tofail Kenitra, Maroc.

o Jalal AZEGAR, Université d’Ibn Tofail Kenitra, Maroc.
o Carole Botton, ESC Pau Business School
o Dosquet Frédéric, ESC Pau Business School
o Youssef Errami, ESC Pau Business School
o Farid Makhlouf, ESC Pau Business School
o Zineb Jibraili ENCGJ UCD El jadida, Maroc
o Amine Arfaoui IRFC
o Amine Balambo Université d’Ibn Tofail Kenitra, Maroc
o Bachir Zoudji Université polytechnique de valencienne
o Cheikh Maalainain, Université d’Ibn Tofail Kenitra, Maroc.
o Sliman Mounia, Université d’Ibn Tofail Kenitra, Maroc.

Writing standards

unnumbered, includes: the title of the article in small capitals (Times new roman18 bold); the name (s) of the author (s) and their affiliation (Times new roman14 bold); the e-mail address of the author to whom correspondence should be addressed (Times new roman 12); a single-spaced abstract of approximately 500 words (10 to 15 lines), (Times new roman 12, justified) and a maximum of five keywords (Times new roman 12).

The body of the text (A4 format) must provide top, bottom and side margins of 2.5 cm.
The text, including footnotes, bibliography and appendices, should not exceed 15 pages (30,000 characters, including spaces). It should be written in Times New Roman (12 points), single-spaced and will be justified (aligned left and right). 

must be numbered without a header or footer.

 level 1: small capitals (Times new roman 14 bold); level 2: small capitals (Times new roman 12 bold).

should have continuous numbering starting on each page and should not be used for bibliographic references (Times new roman 10).

should only include sources cited in the body of the text. References must be presented in the alphabetical order of the name of the first author.

Address

Présidence de l’Univérsité Ibn Tofaïl, BP 242, Kénitra-Maroc


Contacts

Email:colloque.ims@gmail.com
Phone: +212 606 060 606