About the Journal

Scandinavian countries provide a particular context for sport and exercise psychology due to the Scandinavian welfare model that provides different living and sporting conditions compared to many other countries. Research conducted in this context is unique but can inspire the world. The purpose of the Scandinavian Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology is to collect and disseminate knowledge and experiences between researchers, practitioners, athletes, coaches and others with interest for sport and exercise psychology in Scandinavia. It is an open access journal published yearly by the Danish Sport Psychological Forum.

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SJSEP Master Thesis Award 2021

2022-06-03

Each year master students across Scandinavia conduct important investigations that are relevant to the Scandinavian sport and exercise psychology community. Master Student Award was introduced by Scandinavian Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology to disseminate such work, and to introduce young researchers for the peer-review process. The award is annualy given to the best article in SJSEP based on a master thesis.

The members of the committee have reviewed the eligible manuscripts, and Scandinavian Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology and Danish Sports Psychology Forum (DIFO) are pleased to announce that the winner of the Master Thesis Award for 2021 is Ellinor Susanne Söderlund for the paper:

In a Football Bubble and Beyond: Cultural Transition Pathways of Swedish Professional Football Players.

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Vol. 4 No. 1 (2022)
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