Развитие международного сотрудничества в области спортивной психологии в УРФУ


In July 2017, in Seville (Spain), It was the first time in the history of Russian sports psychology that UrFU submitted an application for holding the World Congress of Sports Psychology in 2021 in Yekaterinburg. Despite the fact that the victory went to Taipeng (Taiwan), which hold 3 votes ahead of Yekaterinburg, we can say that rising UrFU to the international level is the result of a long-term and purposeful work for the team of the Institute of Physical Culture, Sports and Youth Policy (IFKSiMP)for 30 years.In this regard, it seems relevant to consider the experience of work on the development of sports psychology in one of the Russian universities. In this regard, it seems relevant to consider work experience in the development of sports psychology in one of the Russian universities.

On April 4, 2017, the chief secretary, vice president of  the world sports psychology council Professor Alex Garcia and Sidonio Serpa paid a visit to Yekaterinburg.



On May 29, 2015, a meeting with the scholar who is a professor in the field of sports psychology was held in University of Lisbon, Sidonio Serpa.[Разрыв обтекания текста]Sidonio Serpa, member of the World Organization of Sports Psychology ISSP, Vice President of the European Congress of Sports Psychology, and the XIII World Congress of Sports Psychology, Director of the Faculty of Human Kinetics at the University of Lisbon, has extensive practical experience as a consultant psychologist, and he participated in the athlete training of national teams for the Olympic Games in Atlanta and Sydney.

on May 27 and 28, the masters who study in the Institute of Physical Culture, Sports and Youth Policy (IFKSiMP) and the Institute of Social and Political Sciences (ISPS) of the program “Psychological support of physical culture and sports”presented their scientific research and projects to the human kinetics faculty director of the Lisbon University Sidonio Serpa (Sidonio Serpa). 




In October 2013, a symposium-seminar “Modern sports psychology: problems and solutions” was held in UrFU in memory of the outstanding Russian sports psychologist L.D. Giessen. The aim of the symposium – seminar was to exchange views on the development of sports psychology in the world and in Eastern Europe, and to discuss the possibility of joint international research in the field of sports psychology. 

The leading sports psychologists from Portugal, Bulgaria, Ukraine, Belarus and Russia attended the symposium. There was  professor of Lisbon University, vice-President of the World Society for Sports Psychology Sidonio Serpa, vice-Rector for Science of the National Sports Academy “Vasil Levski”, professor Tatyana Yancheva from Bulgaria, Sivitsky Vladimir, head of the Department of Psychology BGIFK, Minsk (Belarus) among the invited experts. 

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