Controlling competitive anger among male soccer players

@inproceedings{Brunelle1999ControllingCA,
  title={Controlling competitive anger among male soccer players},
  author={John P. Brunelle and Christopher M. Janelle and Leo Keith Tennant},
  year={1999}
}
Abstract This study examined the effectiveness of anger awareness training (i.e., self-monitoring) and role-playing (i.e., modeling and behavioral rehearsal) in reducing participants’ angry behavior and angry feelings. Male participants (N = 57) from intact soccer teams were randomly assigned to a role-playing, an anger awareness, or a control group. Pretreatment anger scores indicated that all three groups exhibited similar anger dispositions before the study began. Following pretreatment… CONTINUE READING

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