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Objectives : To investigate the symptom responses associated with competitive anxiety through a fine-grained measurement approach. Incorporating dimensions of intensity, perceptions of direction, and frequency of intrusions, possible time-to-event changes were assessed with respect to the...
Objectives : Given recent concerns regarding its validity the aim of the present study was to examine the capability of the Competitive State Anxiety Inventory-2(d) (CSAI-2(d)) in distinguishing between anxious and excited states. Design and Methods : British university athletes ( n =188) were...
Objectives. To use hierarchical class analysis (HICLAS) in a case study to offer insight into the effect of exercise on aspects of functioning of a depressed patient. Methods. Based on a retrospective interview with a 32-year-old depressed male patient, immediately preceding discharge from the...
Background and Purpose : What drives some athletes to achieve at the highest level whilst other athletes fail to achieve their physical potential? Why does the ‘fire’ burn so brightly for some elite athletes and not for others? A good understanding of an athlete’s motivation is critical to...
Objectives : To (a) identify perceived stressors encountered by high-performance female athletes and examine their attempts at coping with these specific stressors, and (b) to monitor athletes’ perceptions of their coping responses and assess how coping influenced on-going appraisal of the...
Objectives . To examine the influence of different durations of aerobic exercise and cognitions during running on exercise-induced feeling state changes in an indoor running track environment once baseline differences in feeling states were controlled. Method . Physically active females ( n =69)...
Background and purpose : This paper is a reply to Gauvin and Rejeski’s rebuttal (Psychol. Sport Exerc. 2 (2001) 73) of a previously published conceptual and methodological critique (Psychol. Sport Exerc. 2 (2001) 1) of the Exercise-induced Feeling Inventory (EFI; J. Sport Exerc. Psychol. 15...
Objectives : Choice has been linked to both motivation and psychological responses to exercise. This paper investigates participants’ psychological responses when they completed an exercise session where there was a high-preference exercise mode as opposed to a low-preference exercise mode....
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