Marte Bentzen

Førsteamanuensis II

USN Handelshøyskolen
Institutt for industriell økonomi, strategi og statsvitenskap
Campus Drammen ()
Marte Bentzen jobber til daglig som Førsteamanuensis ved Norges idrettshøgskole, og ansatt i en toerstilling som Førsteamanuensis ved Unviversitet ved Sørøst-Norge, Handelshøyskolen. Hennes fagkompetanse er sentrert rundt tematikker om motivasjon og helsepsykologi innen arbeidsliv og høyprestasjonskontekster.

Ansvarsområder

  • Emneansvarlig: ØKMOT1000, Motivasjon og mestring - Årsstudium i ledelse
  • Veileder: EMM5501, Kunnskapsledelse - Executive Master of Management
  • Veileder: EMM5000, Kommunikasjon, samspill og ledelse i
    organisasjoner - Executive Master of Management

Kompetanse

CV

Publikasjoner

Bentzen, M., Alexander, D., Bloom, G. A., & Kenttä, G. (2021). What do we know about research on parasport coaches? A scoping review. Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly, 38(1), 109-137.

Bentzen, M., Kenttä, G., Richter, A. & Lemyre, P. N. (2020). The impact of job insecurity on psychological well- and ill-being among high-performance coaches. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 17(19), 6939.

Bentzen, M., Kenttä, G., & Lemyre, P. N. (2020). Elite football coaches experiences and sensemaking about being fired: An interpretative phenomenological analysis. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health,17(14), 5196.

Mikalsen, H. K., Bentzen, M., Säfvenbom. R., & Lagestad, P. (2020). Trajectories of physical activity among adolescents, in the transition from primary to secondary school. Frontiers in Sports and Active Living, 2(85). 

Olafsen, A. H. & Bentzen, M. (2020). Benefits of Psychological Detachment from Work: Does Autonomous Work Motivation play a Role? Frontiers in Psychology, 11, 824.

Sørensen, M., Bentzen, M., & Farholm, A. (2020). Lessons learned from a physical activity intervention in psychiatric treatment: patient, staff, and leader perspectives. Frontiers in Psychiatry, 11, 87.

Kenttä, G., Bentzen, M., Dieffenback, K., & Olusoga, P. (2020). Challenges Experienced by Women High-Performance Coaches: Sustainability in the Profession. International Journal of Coaching Science, 7, 200-208.

Løvoll, H., Bentzen, M. & Safvenbom, S. (2019). Development of positive emotions in physical education: A person-centered approach for understanding motivational stability and change. Scandinavian Journal of Educational Research, 1-16.

Mikalsen, H. K., Lagestad, P., Bentzen, M., & Säfvenbom. R. (2019). Does eagerness for physical activity matter? The association between eagerness and physical activity among young teens. Frontiers in Public Health, 7.

Pedersen, C., Halvari, H., Solstad, B. E., & Bentzen, M. (2019). Longitudinal trajectories of physical activity among employees participating in a worksite health promotion intervention: A latent class growth approach. Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 43, 311-320.

Olusoga, P., Bentzen, M., & Kentta, G. (2019). Coach burnout: A scoping review. International Sport Coaching Journal, 6(1), 42-62.

Moen, F., Bentzen, M., & Myhre, K. (2018). The role of passion and affect in enhancing the understanding of coach burnout. International Journal of Coaching Science, 12(1), 3-34.

Bentzen, M., Lemyre, N., & Kenttä, G. (2017). A Comparison of High-Performance Football Coaches Experiencing High-Versus Low-Burnout Symptoms Across a Season of Play: Quality of Motivation and Recovery Matters. International Sport Coaching Journal4(2), 133-146.

Bentzen, M., Lemyre, P. N., & Kenttä, G. (2016). Development of exhaustion for high            performance coaches in association with workload and motivation: A person-centered      approach. Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 22, 10-16.   

Bentzen, M., Lemyre, P. N., & Kenttä, G. (2016). Changes in motivation and burnout indices in high-performance coaches over the course of a competitive season. Journal of Applied Sport Psychology28(1), 28-48.

Bentzen, M., Lemyre, P. N., & Kenttä, G. (2014). The process of burnout among professional sport coaches explored through the lens of Self-determination theory: A qualitative approach. Sports Coaching Review, 3(2), 101-116.

 

Book chapters

Olusoga, P., Kenttä, G., & Bentzen, M. (in press 2021). Stress and Burnout in sport: In: R. Resende., & A. R. Gomes (Eds.), Coaching for Human Development and Performance in Sports. Bern, Switzerland: Springer Nature.

Kenttä, G., Olusoga, P., & Bentzen, M. (2020). Coaches: Health, Well-being, and Burnout.  In: D. Hackfort & R.J. Schinke (Eds.), The Routledge International Encyclopedia of Sport and Exercise Psychology. London, England: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.

Bentzen, M. & Kenttä, G. (2016). Hållbart ledarskap ur ett tränar- och coachperspektiv. In: Utveckla lederskapet – fakta, inspration och reflektioner. SISU Idrettsböcker, pp. 196 – 263.