If you are looking for insightful expert input or analysis to augment your stories or features in the areas of sport, health and clinical psychology, behavioral medicine or applied neuroscience please contact (BY EMAIL INITIALLY )Dr. Roland A. Carlstedt, Chairman of the American Board of Sport Psychology (see Chair's Page).
Dr. Carlstedt is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Board Certified Sport Psychologist, Research Fellow in Applied Neuroscience, and Award-Winning Researcher. He has conducted extensive peer-reviewed and published research on brain-mind-body processes in over 700 athletes from the sports of baseball/softball, football, basketball, soccer, golf, tennis, track & field and volleyball.
Dr. Carlstedt's analyses have been published over 500 times worldwide. He has been featured as a TV and Radio analyst at Wimbledon, Roland Garros, Australian and US Open Grand Slam tennis tournaments on behalf of EuroSport, ZDF/ARD/DSF/RTL/SAT 1/Pro-7 and Tele-5 Germany; ORF-Austria, RTL-Holland; BBC-UK, TWI-ATP Highlight Show to name a few.
He has also published, presented and commented on evidence-based clinical psychology and has expertise in behavioral medicine, clinical hypnosis, bio-and neurofeedback, integrative clinical psychology, ambulatory monitoring and applied neuroscience.
In addition to Critical Moments During Competition: A Mind-Body Model of Sport Performance When It Counts the Most (2004, Psychology Press), Dr. Carlstedt has two contracted books in the works, one on Zone states and another on Integrative Clinical Psychology, Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine and has contributed chapters to important books on Bobby Fischer and athlete steroid use that will be released in 2006.
MULTI-MEDIA (Radio, Television and Infomercials)
Dr. Roland A. Carlstedt on Sport Psychology: Radio Interviews
Interview 1 (4.8 MB) ON PERFORMANCE ISSUES: ATHLETE'S PROFILE-CRITICAL MOMENTS
Interview 2 (5.5 MB) ON APPLIED SPORT PSYCHOLOGY: SCIENCE vs. ANECDOTE
Dr. Carlstedt in the News
Possible Feature Topics for Media (TV, Radio and Print):
1. The state of sport psychology in professional sports (REQUEST Chapter 16 from his Critical Moments book).
2. The three most crucial psychological factors underlying peak performance.
3. Critical moments and the athlete's profile (based on Dr. Carlstedt's American Psychological Association Division of Sport Psychology award winning dissertation).
4. The Carlstedt Protocol: Science-Based Sport Psychology.
5. Assessment of brain-mind-body processes in athletes: ABSP-BRC Internet-based Test Center; wireless measurement and analysis of athlete brain functioning (EEG) and psychologically mediated heart rate variability during training and actual competition.
6. The Carlstedt Subliminal Attention, Reactivity and Coping Scale (highly performance-predictive test battery).
CONTACT: RCarlstedt@americanboardofsportpsychology.org; or call 917-680-3994 (calls with advance email notice please)for media appearances, interviews, comments, analyses, feature productions [written by Dr. Carlstedt] and information on sport psychology in general.
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Psychology Media Service
Psychology Media Service has disseminated over 1,000 articles and instructional series in psychology and sport psychology to media outlets worldwide. It has also represented the prolific work of Dr. Roland A. Carlstedt whose writings and commentary have been seen and heard in over 40 countries (see publication and media list below).
It has been accredited as official media at major sporting events worldwide including:
- U.S. Open
- French Open
- Australian Open
. . . where it has reported on the psychological side of the game and its players. A major feature associated with this coverage has been the Annual Psychological World Rankings of Professional Tennis Players, a comprehensive psychoanalysis of top players' mental game, based on Dr. Roland A. Carlstedt's Psychological Observation System for Tennis. These rankings have been published over 500 times worldwide since 1991.
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