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Objectives: This study examined the changes in athletes' coping and affect across the phases of a sport competition and the extent to which performance–goal discrepancy (PGD) moderated these changes. Also, it explored the mediating role of coping strategies in the PGD-affect relationships....
Background and Purpose: The purpose of this paper was to review the equivocal literature examining exercise dependence and deprivation. Method: A comprehensive literature search yielded 77 exercise dependence and 11 exercise deprivation studies, spanning 29 years (range=1970 to 1999), were...
Objectives: To explain the mechanisms of decision making in sports. The ‘Decision Field Theory’ by Townsend and Busemeyer ((1995). Dynamic representation of decision-making. In R. F. Port & T. von Gelder (Eds.), Mind as motion (p. 101). Cambridge: MIT Press) was applied to a ball game...
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