David M. Paskevich

David Paskevich, PhD, is an associate professor in the University of Calgary’s Faculty of Kinesiology. His research focuses on applied sport psychology, and how athletes and coaches perceive stress, and develop their ability to cope with stressors during practice and competition. He currently studies how mental skills, mental toughness, psychological hardiness and coping effectiveness impact sport performance. 

Access a list of David’s academic papers here.

 

Communicating with Children at All Stages

Early childhood experiences shape children and their lives – and parents play a critical role. Sheri Madigan, assistant professor of psychology at the University of Calgary, discusses strategies for positive parenting during all stages of child development.

Dealing with Workplace Aggression

One in every six people in Canada has been bullied at their place of work and one in every five has witnessed a colleague being bullied. It ranges from outright abuse to subtle behaviour like rudeness, hostility, intimidation or getting in the way and impeding someone’s work. Perpetrators can include bosses, co-workers and clients. Sandy Hershcovis, associate professor at the University of Calgary's Haskayne School of Business, explores causes of workplace aggression and how to create a more positive work environment.  

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