The purpose of the AASP Blog is twofold: (1) to be an educational resource within the AASP website by offering interesting and timely topics for a public audience (athletes and other performers, coaches, and parents), and (2) to promote the expertise of AASP membership by providing them with opportunities to write posts.
If you are an AASP member and have content for sport and performance psychology practitioners, teachers, and researchers, please consider submitting to the AASP Newsletter. You may contact the Newsletter Editor for more information.
To submit a blog post, authors must be an AASP member. Undergraduate students who are AASP members must have a sport psychology professor or supervisor review and sign off on their work prior to submission.
Submissions will be evaluated based on the following criteria:
EDITING AND PUBLISHING
Minor edits may be made to submissions for spelling, grammar, and/or adherence to American Psychological Association (APA) 7th edition style. If revisions beyond editorial are necessary, feedback will be provided to the submitting author(s).
If republishing the content elsewhere (e.g., author’s own website), please link to the AASP blog post by including, “Originally published on Association for Applied Sport Psychology Blog.” If the content was published elsewhere first, AASP can link to and credit the original source. Please note that self-plagiarism will not be permitted; content submitted must be original content. Authors will have the opportunity to provide a link to their own website in the author biography section.
SUBMIT A BLOG POST
Members can submit blog posts at any time. The submission form is also linked from the member dashboard under Publications: "AASP Blog: Submit an Article". There are four submission deadlines throughout the year after which submissions will be reviewed: