To decline or learn more, visit our Cookies page.. GamacheAbstractClose research highlightsPurchase PDF - $35.95 HighlightsSport-MPS-2 subscales reflect two higher-order dimensions of perfectionism in sport.Two subscales reflect the higher-order dimension of perfectionistic strivings.Four subscales reflect the higher-order dimension of perfectionistic concerns.The Sport-MPS-2 provides multiple indicators of strivings and concerns in sport.Not entitled to full textSurviving the 2015 Mount Everest disaster: A phenomenological exploration into lived experience and the role of mental toughnessOriginal Research ArticlePages 157-167Christian Swann, Lee Crust, Jacquelyn Allen-CollinsonAbstractClose research highlightsPurchase PDF - $35.95 HighlightsPhenomenological interviews were conducted with 10 high-altitude mountaineers.Participants were on Everest during the 2015 earthquake and Base Camp avalanche.Interviews explored the role of mental toughness in emotional and coping responses.Findings provide insight into survivors' lived experiences of this natural disaster.Not entitled to full textReversal theory-based sport and exercise research: A narrative reviewOriginal Research ArticlePages 168-179Joanne Hudson, Jonathan R. Psychology of Sport and ExerciseVolume 27, In ProgressVolume / Issue In ProgressA Volume/Issue that is "In Progress" contains final, fully citable articles that are published online, but the volume/issue itself is awaiting more articles before it can be considered "final". 1-134 (November 2015)Dual Career Development and TransitionsNot entitled to full textOpenVolumes 11 - 20 (2010 - 2015)OpenVolumes 1 - 10 (2000 - 2009) Download and Export 0 checked results Export citations Help Direct export Export fileRIS (for EndNote, Reference Manager, ProCite)BibTeXTextRefWorks Direct ExportContentCitations OnlyCitations and Abstracts All access types All access types Open Access articlesOpen Archive articles This issue is In Progress but contains articles that are final and fully citable. Anders EricssonAbstractClose research highlightsPurchase PDF - $35.95 Supplementary content HighlightsAccounts of skilled performance based on cognitive control rather than automaticity.Think-aloud verbal reports were elicited during putts differing in complexity.More thoughts were verbalized by more-skilled golfers than less-skilled golfers.Groups did not differ significantly for thoughts concerning motor mechanics.Results are supportive of the cognitive control account of skilled performance.Not entitled to full textExploring emotions as social phenomena among Canadian varsity athletesOriginal Research ArticlePages 28-38Katherine A. (November 2016) Articles in Press Open Access articlesCloseVolumes 21 - 27 (2015 - 2016)Volume 27 - selectedIn Progress (November 2016)Issue contains Open Access articlesVolume 26pp. 1-156 (March 2016)Not entitled to full textVolume 22pp. Levy, Fraser Carson, Mark A.
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