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Understanding Psychological Preparation for Sport: Theory and Practice of Elite Performers
INTRODUCTION. Why Write Yet Another Book on Psychological Preparation? CURRENT STATE OF KNOWLEDGE REGARDING PSYCHOLOGICAL PREPARATION FOR SPORTS PERFORMANCE. Basic Psychological Skills.Expand
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Movement imagery ability: development and assessment of a revised version of the vividness of movement imagery questionnaire.
The purpose of this research was to amend the Vividness of Movement Imagery Questionnaire (VMIQ; Isaac, Marks, & Russell, 1986) in line with contemporary imagery modality and perspectiveExpand
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Measurement of Transformational Leadership and its Relationship with Team Cohesion and Performance Level
The present study explored the construct validity of a Differentiated Transformational Leadership Inventory and its relationship with team cohesion and performance level. Three hundred and nine clubExpand
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The relative impact of cognitive anxiety and self-confidence upon sport performance: a meta-analysis
This meta-analysis (k = 48) investigated two relationships in competitive sport: (1) state cognitive anxiety with performance and (2) state self-confidence with performance. The cognitive anxietyExpand
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Test of performances strategies: development and preliminary validation of a comprehensive measure of athletes' psychological skills.
We report the initial stages of validation of the 64-item Test of Performance Strategies, a self-report instrument designed to measure the psychological skills and strategies used by athletes inExpand
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An In-Depth Analysis of the Uses of Imagery by High-Level Slalom Canoeists and Artistic Gymnasts
This study employed a qualitative methodology to examine the ways in which imagery is used by high-level slalom canoeists (n = 3) and artistic gymnasts (n = 3). Participants were interviewed aboutExpand
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Intensity and direction dimensions of competitive state anxiety and relationships with performance.
This study examined relationships between intensity and direction dimensions of competitive state anxiety, and also relationships with beam performance in a sample of female gymnasts. The 48Expand
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Types of Imagery Associated with Sport Confidence in Netball Players of Varying Skill Levels
Abstract Martin, Moritz, and Hall's (1999) applied mental imagery model was developed to provide an organizational framework to guide future imagery usage research and application. The present studyExpand
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State anxiety and motor performance: Testing the conscious processing hypothesis
Previous research has argued that skills acquired explicitly are more likely to fail under stressful conditions than skills that have been learned implicitly.The present study addressed anExpand
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A catastrophe model of performance in sport.
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