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This study involved the design and evaluation of the High-Intensity Interval Training Self-Efficacy Questionnaire (HIIT-SQ). Phase 1: Questionnaire items were developed. Phase 2: Australian adolescents (N = 389, 16.0 +/- 0.4 years, 41.10% female) completed the HIIT-SQ, and factorial validity of the measurement model was explored. Phase 3: Adolescents (N = 100, age 12-14 years, 44% female) completed the HIIT-SQ twice (1 week apart) to evaluate test-retest reliability. Confirmatory factor analysis...
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Wearable physical activity (PA) monitors are widely promoted as a means to motivate people to be more active, but the motivational profile of users has never been assessed. This study's purpose was to classify adult users by their motivational regulation scores and examine how these profiles were associated with moderate to vigorous PA (MVPA). Current users (N = 320) recruited across the United States completed a Web-based survey. Motivational regulations were measured using the Behavioral Regul...
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#1Jasmin C. Hutchinson (Springfield College)H-Index: 9
#2Zachary Zenko (CSUB: California State University, Bakersfield)H-Index: 4
Last. Paul C. Dalton (Lebanon Valley College)
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This study was designed to test the effect of an increasing decreasing-intensity (DOWN) resistance-training (RT) protocol on the pleasure and enjoyment of RT. The participants (N = 40; mean age = 35.0 +/- 9.2 years) completed two RT sessions comprising 3 x 10 repetitions of six exercises. In the UP condition, load progressively increased from 55% to 75% of 1-repetition maximum, while in the DOWN condition, this pattern was reversed (i.e., 75-55% 1-repetition maximum). The DOWN condition resulted...
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#1Aynollah Naderi (University of Shahrood)H-Index: 1
#2Fatemeh Shaabani (Allameh Tabataba'i University)H-Index: 1
Last. Britton W. Brewer (Springfield College)H-Index: 35
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The authors tested the effectiveness of a mindfulness-based program in reducing sport-injury incidence. A total of 168 young male elite soccer players were randomly assigned to mindfulness and control groups. The mindfulness group consisted of seven sessions based on the mindfulness-acceptance-commitment approach, while the control group consisted of seven presentations on sport-injury psychology. Athlete exposure and injury data were recorded during one season. State and trait mindfulness, spor...
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#1Ian D. Boardley (University of Birmingham)H-Index: 17
#2Doris MatosicH-Index: 3
Last. Mark W. Bruner (Nipissing University)H-Index: 18
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Moral disengagement (MD) has been positively associated with antisocial behavior (AB) in sport. However, the longitudinal associations between MD and AB are unexamined to date. Adopting a three-wave cross-lagged panel design, the authors examined the reciprocal relations between MD and two forms of AB (i.e., toward opponents and teammates) across a competitive season with a sample of 407 team-sport athletes (Mage = 15.7 years) from Canada. Using structural equation modeling, the authors found st...
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#1Ali Moazami-Goodarzi (University of Eastern Finland)H-Index: 3
#2Matilda Sorkkila (University of Jyväskylä)H-Index: 4
Last. Tatiana V. Ryba (University of Jyväskylä)H-Index: 16
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This study examined the identity profiles that upper secondary school Finnish student-athletes show and the extent to which these profiles were associated with their athletic and academic achievements and withdrawal from sports and school. A total of 391 adolescent athletes (51% female) completed assessments of student and athletic identity four times during their time in upper secondary school. Using growth mixture modeling, three groups were identified: dual identity (77%), changing identity (...
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#1Gro Jordalen (Norwegian School of Sport Sciences)H-Index: 1
#2Pierre-Nicolas Lemyre (Norwegian School of Sport Sciences)
Last. Andreas Ivarsson (Halmstad University)H-Index: 14
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Mechanisms leading to cognitive energy depletion in performance settings such as high-level sports highlight likely associations between individuals' self-control capacity and their motivation. Investigating the temporal ordering of these concepts combining self-determination theory and psychosocial self-control theories, the authors hypothesized that athletes' self-control capacity would be more influenced by their motivation than vice versa and that autonomous and controlled types of motivatio...
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#1Itay Basevitch (Manhattanville College)
#1Itay BasevitchH-Index: 8
Last. Paul WardH-Index: 44
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The authors tested the notion that expertise effects would be more noticeable when access to situational information was reduced by occluding (i.e., noncued) or freezing (i.e., cued) the environment under temporal constraints. Using an adaptation of tasks developed by Ward, Ericsson, and Williams, the participants viewed video clips of attacking soccer plays frozen or occluded at 3 temporal points and then generated and prioritized situational options and anticipated the outcome. The high-skill ...
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#1Stefanie Klatt (German Sport University Cologne)H-Index: 1
#2Nicholas J. Smeeton (University of Brighton)H-Index: 12
In 2 experiments, the authors investigated the effects of bimodal integration in a sport-specific task. Beach volleyball players were required to make a tactical decision, responding either verbally or via a motor response, after being presented with visual, auditory, or both kinds of stimuli in a beach volleyball scenario. In Experiment 1, players made the correct decision in a game situation more often when visual and auditory information were congruent than in trials in which they experienced...
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#1Philip Furley (German Sport University Cologne)H-Index: 18
#2Fanny Thrien (MLU: Martin Luther University of Halle-Wittenberg)
Last. Jannik Dörr (German Sport University Cologne)H-Index: 1
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The goal of the present research was to investigate whether claims (postperformance nonverbal emotional expressions) influence people in evaluating performance during surf contests. To test this research question, the authors sampled videos from professional surf contests and asked laypeople (Experiment 1; N = 110) and surf judges (Experiment 2; N = 41) to evaluate the performance in 2 online experiments. A subset of the surfing performances showed surfers displaying postperformance emotional ex...
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