علم النفس الإيجابي وعلوم التربية البدنية والرياضة: تداخل وتفاعل (Positive Psychology in Physical Education and Sport Sciences: Interference and Interaction)

Marei Salama-Younes

Abstract


ملخص البحث: تقدّم هذه الورقة مفهوم علم النفس الإيجابي و مفهوم عام التربيه البدنيه والرياضه كمهنه وعلومها. التداخل والتفاعل الممكن لتطبيقات بمختلف الأقسام الأساسية بالمهنة وفقاً للمجالات التطبيقية لعلم النفس الإيجابي (العافيه والصحه، التربيه الإيجابيه، العلاج الإيجابى الإكلينيكى، علم الأعصاب الإيجابي والمنظمات الإيجابيه والعمل ) وتداخل المجالات وتفاعلها مع أقسام التربية البدنية المختلفة. كما تطرح الورقه بعض الأدوات البحثية الحديثة المترجمة إلى اللغة العربية الممكن إستخدامها بالمجال التربوي الرياضي؛ بعض المستحدثات البحثيه ورؤية قومية لآلية تنفيذ إجرائيه بهدف النشر الدولي؛ وأخيراً تعقيب عام و بعض الدراسات المستقبلية.

 

Abstract: The purpose of this article is to present the new trends in positive psychology and to highlight some important concepts. It presents recent innovations and applications of positive psychology in physical education and sports sciences.  Moreover, it lists the major fields of positive health and wellness, positive education, clinical and positive psychotherapy, positive neurosciences, positive work, and organization. It includes a discussion about measures and scales that have not yet been used in Arabic countries, as well as detailed innovations, and future prospectives for the international scientific publishing. Finally, conclusions as well as common vision for future research in Arab countries are presented.


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Applied Positive Psychology; Physical Education; Sports Sciences; Interference and Interaction; International Scientific Publishing

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