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Maureen Weiss gives Distinguished Lecture at SCAPPS Conference

WeissM-2007.jpgMaureen Weiss, professor of Kinesiology in the psychology of physical activity, gave the Albert V. Carron Distinguished Lecture at the annual meeting of the Canadian Society for Psychomotor Learning and Sport Psychology (SCAPPS) conference in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, on October 14, 2011. The title of her research talk was, "Positive youth development through sport: Old wine in a new bottle." The keynote was developed to honor the longstanding research of Bert Carron, professor emeritus at University of Western Ontario, which revolved around psychosocial factors related to group dynamics in sport and exercise, coach-athlete relationships, and interventions integrating theory, research, and quality of life.

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