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Mental toughness in sport: motivational antecedents and associations with performance and psychological health.
It is concluded that BPNT is generative in understanding some of the antecedents and consequences of mental toughness and is a novel framework useful for understanding mental toughness. Expand
The motivational antecedents of the development of mental toughness: a self-determination theory perspective
Mental toughness is a topic that has received growing attention in psychological literature over the past decade. Although some researchers have attempted to understand how mental toughness isExpand
Perfectionistic profiles among elite athletes and differences in their motivational orientations.
The purposes of this research were to explore perfectionistic profiles within a sample of elite athletes and the differences between them on key motivational variables and to support a categorical conceptualization of perfectionism. Expand
On the transition into elite rugby league: Perceptions of players and coaching staff
Transitions need to be effectively managed to allow for successful progression through developmental stages in many life domains. In this study, we aimed to generate new insights into within-careerExpand
Implementing an Autonomy-Supportive Intervention to Develop Mental Toughness in Adolescent Rowers
It was hypothesized that autonomy-supportive coaching behaviors, psychological needs satisfaction, and mental toughness would increase, and controlling coaching behaviors and psychological needsExpand
Adolescent Performers’ Perspectives on Mental Toughness and Its Development: The Utility of the Bioecological Model
In light of the extant literature, the aim of the current study was to compare adolescents’ perspectives on mental toughness and its development across performance contexts, and to explore if suchExpand
A brief educational intervention using acceptance and commitment therapy: Four injured athletes' experiences
The purpose of this study was to research the experiences of four injured athletes during their rehabilitation from ACL injuries and to examine the potential usefulness of an adapted ACT interventionExpand
Evaluation and diagnosis in the multiply injured patient.
  • J. Mahoney
  • Medicine
  • Clinical orthopaedics and related research
  • 1 September 1968
The effects of collaborative testing on higher order thinking: Do the bright get brighter?
Collaborative testing has been shown to enhance student performance compared to individual testing. It is suggested that collaborative testing promotes higher order thinking, but research has yet toExpand