Welcome


to the Department of Sport and Exercise Psychology at the University of Muenster. We study human behavior and cognition in sports (causes, conditions, objectives) and try to predict and influence the behavior of athletes. On the following pages, you will find information on our current research projects, courses, examinations, our team, and links. Further, you can find information on sport psychological support and counseling. If you are interested in an internship, please send a motivational letter, CV and a transcript of records via email to Charlotte Raue.

You can find a list of the latest publications of our team here: publications (2006 - today)

We hope that you will find all the important information you need. In case there are any questions left, please do not hesitate to talk to us directly.

Prof. Bernd Strauss
Head of the Department

Information regarding Corona

The Dept. of sport and exercise psychology will offer exam (oral) digital.  If you have any questions regarding your exams and theses, please contact your supervisor. Please remember that our consultation hours will be canceled and contact is only possible via mail, phone or  Skype/Zoom. Please stay informed about the current situation at the WWU which you can find here.

Stay healthy!

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Collaboration on the book: Sport und Studienerfolg

This week new findings were published on the importance of physical activity for success in university studies. The book can be accessed as a free online version via the publisher's homepage. Please follow click here for further informations.

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International Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology - Code of Ethics

An online version of the Code of Ethics of the International Society of Sport Psychology (ISSP) has just been published in the International Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology. A total of 24 international experts were involved in the development of the ethical guidelines for sport psychology practice, which were compiled as part of the initiative of an international database of sport psychology experts. Among them was Dr. Sebastian Brückner from the Department of Sport Psychology at the WWU. The publication can be viewed here.

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Digital learning at the WWU

Since a few months, the first digital semester at the WWU is taking place. The digital teaching is a challenge for all involved teachers and lecturers and may even be novel to most of them. Please click here for further information regarding creative solutions for digital learning and teaching.

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Study and Corona

Georgia, student and member of the student association, participated in a coverage of the WDR regarding sport studies during Corona pandemic. She is attendee of the sport psychology seminar that is organized by Lena Henning & Barbara Halberschmidt who also give insights about their first experiences of digital learning. Follow this link to view the coverage.