Dr. Gillham:


Gillham, A., Doscher, M., Krumpos, J, Martin-Diltz, M., Moe, N., Allen, S., & Bridgeman, R. (2019). A roundtable with college strength and conditioning coaches: Working with sport coaches. International Sport Coaching Journal, 6(1), 98-109.​

Gillham, A., & Doscher, M. (2019). Using sport psychology research to address commonly overlooked strength and conditioning coaching problems. Strength and Conditioning Journal,42​(1), 38-45.

 Ashbrook, P., Gillham, A., & Barba, D. (2019). The efficacy of a one-to-one tailored mental skills training program on NCAA division I golfers. The Sport Psychologist, 32​(4), 275-289.

Gillham, A. (2018). Components of group dynamics within the strength and conditioning context. NSCA Coach5(3), 6-10.

Gillham, A. (2018). Raising awareness about positive influences strength and conditioning coaches make. NSCA Coach, 5(2), 4-9.

Gillham, A.
(2018). Combining mental and physical training. NSCA Coach, 5(1), 18-24.

Gillham, A.
(2017). Considering the culture within the training facility. NSCA Coach, 4(4), 10-12.

Gillham, A., Dorsch, T., Walker, B., & Taylor, J. Coach, Parent, and Team assessments. (2017). In J. Taylor (Ed.) Assessments for Applied Sport Psychology Consulting (pp. 147-167). Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics.

Gillham, A. (2017). Introduction to sport psychology. NSCA Coach, 4(3), 20-22.

Gillham, A.
(2017). Psychology in sports coaching: Theory and practice; Resource review. International Sport Coaching Journal, 4(3), 361-362.

Gillham, A., Doscher, M., Fitzgerald, C., Bennett, S., Davis, A., and Banwarth, A. (2017). Strength and conditioning roundtable: Strength and conditioning coach evaluation.  International Journal Sports Science & Coaching, 12​(5), 635-646.

Gillham, A. (2017). Changing the game: The parents’ guide to raising happy, high-performing athletes and giving youth sports back to our kids; Resource review. International Sport Coaching Journal, 4(2), 256-257.  

Gillham, A. (2017). Improving attribution patterns for strength and conditioning contexts. NSCA Coach, 4(2), 6-8.

Gillham, A. (2017). Applying components of Achievement Goal Theory for strength and conditioning coaches. NSCA Coach, 4(1), 38-40. 

Gillham, A. (2017). Beyond ‘Crude Pragmatism’ in sports coaching: Insights from C.S. Peirce, William James and John Dewey: A commentary. International Journal of Sport Sciences and Coaching, 12(1), 53-55.

Gillham, A. (2016). Using questions to improve coach effectiveness. NSCA Coach, 3(4), 6-8.

Gillham, A. (2016). The golden rules: 10 steps to world-class excellence in your life and work; Resource review. International Sport Coaching Journal, 3(3), 362-363.

Gillham, A. (2016). Building better athletes through increased self-confidence. NSCA Coach3​(3), 16-18.

Gillham, A. (2016). Above the line: Lessons in leadership and life from a championship season; Resource review. International Sport Coaching Journal, 3(2), 209-210.

Gillham, A. (2016). The application of systematic goal setting for strength and conditioning coaches. NSCA Coach3(2), 4-6.

Gillham, A. (2016). Maintaining basketball players’ motivation. NSCA Coach, 3(1), 20-24.

Gillham, A., Doscher, M., Schofield, G., Kenn, J., & Dalrymple, D. (2016) Developing and implementing a coaching philosophy: Guidance from award-winning strength and conditioning coaches. International Sport Coaching Journal, 3​, 54-64.

Gillham, A., Doscher, M., Schofield, G., Dalrymple, D. & Bird, S. (2015) Strength and conditioning roundtable: Working with novice coaches. International Journal of Sport Science & Coaching, 10(5), 985-1000.

Gillham, A., Hansen, K., & Brady, C. (2015). Coach evaluation from three perspectives: An athletic director, a coach, and a consultant. International Sport Coaching Journal, 2(2), 192-200.

Gillham, A., Gillham, E., & Hansen, K. (2015). Examining athlete, team, and coach variables across levels of coaching success. International Sport Coaching Journal, 2(3), 233-247.

Gillham, A. (2015). Winning formula, man management and the inner game: Commonalities of success in the Ryder Cup and Super Bowl: A commentary. International Journal of Sport Sciences & Coaching 10(2+3), 243-246.

 Gillham, A. (2015). Relationships between organizational justice and coaches’ attitudinal outcomes in intercollegiate sports: A commentary. International Journal of Sport Sciences & Coaching, 10(2+3), 327-331.

 Gillham, E., & Gillham, A. (2014). Identifying athletes’ sources of competitive state anxiety.  Journal of Sport Behavior,37(1), 37-55.

Burton, D., Gillham, A., & Glenn, S. (2013). The forgotten dimension of self-talk: Examining effectiveness profiles and patterns of adolescent female soccer players. International Journal of Sport Science & Coaching, 8(2) 357-372.

Gillham, A., & Weiler, D. (2013). Goal setting with a college soccer team: What went right, and less-than-right. Journal of Sport Psychology in Action 4(2), 97-109.

Gillham, A., Burton, D., & Gillham, E. (2013). Going beyond won-loss record to identify successful coaches: Development of the Coaching Success Questionnaire-2.  International Journal of Sport Science & Coaching 8(1), 115-138.

 Burton, D., Gillham, A., Weinberg, R., Yukelson, D., & Weigand, D. (2013). Goal setting styles: Examining the role of personality factors on the goal practices of prospective Olympic athletes. Journal of Sport Behavior 36(1), 23-44.

 Burton, D., & Gillham, A. (2012). Exploring the potential assessment efficacy in sports coaching: A commentary.  International Journal of Sport Sciences & Coaching, 7(2), 207-210.
Burton, D., Gillham, A., & Glenn, S. (2011).  Motivational styles: Examining the impact of personality on the self-talk patterns of female soccer players.  Journal of Applied Sport Psychology, 23(4), 413-429.

 Burton, D., Gillham, A., Glenn, S., & Hammermeister, J. (2011).  Competitive engineering: Structural modifications to enhance youth athletes’ competitive experience.  International Journal of Sport Sciences & Coaching, 6(2), 201-218.

 Burton, D., Gillham, A., O’Connell, K., Glenn, S., & Hammermeister, J. (2011). More cheers and fewer tears? Examining the impact of competitive engineering on scoring and attrition in youth flag football.  International Journal of Sport Sciences & Coaching, 6(2), 219-228.

Dr. Andy Gillham, PhD, CSCS,*D, CMPC

Dr. Gillham has worked with a variety of coaches, athletes, and administrators across the USA and Canada from the youth level through college/university settings and professional levels.

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