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Tim Woodman

Tim Woodman is with the Institute for the Psychology of Elite Performance, School of Sport, Health & Exercise Sciences, Bangor University, Gwynedd, United Kingdom.


  An Investigation of the Zones of Optimal Functioning Hypothesis Within a Multidimensional Framework, (Volume 19, Issue 2, June)
  Beyond Sensation Seeking: Affect Regulation as a Framework for Predicting Risk-Taking Behaviors in High-Risk Sport, (Volume 32, Issue 5, October)
  Don’t Miss, Don’t Miss, D’oh! Performance When Anxious Suffers Specifically Where Least Desired, (Volume 29, Issue 3, September)
  Emotions and Sport Performance: An Exploration of Happiness, Hope, and Anger, (Volume 31, Issue 2, April)
  Interactive Effects of Different Visual Imagery Perspectives and Narcissism on Motor Performance, (Volume 32, Issue 4, August)
  Is Self-Confidence a Bias Factor in Higher-Order Catastrophe Models? An Exploratory Analysis, (Volume 26, Issue 3, September)
  Not All Risks Are Equal: The Risk Taking Inventory for High-Risk Sports, (Volume 35, Issue 5, October)
  Perfectionism and the ‘Yips’: An Initial Investigation, (Volume 27, Issue 1, March)
  Precompetition Self-Confidence: The Role of the Self, (Volume 26, Issue 3, September)
  Predictive Validity of a Three-Dimensional Model of Performance Anxiety in the Context of Tae-Kwon-Do, (Volume 33, Issue 1, February)
  Skydiving as Emotion Regulation: The Rise and Fall of Anxiety Is Moderated by Alexithymia, (Volume 30, Issue 3, June)
  Tenenbaum and Becker’s Critique: Much Ado About Nothing, (Volume 27, Issue 3, September)
  The Role of Athlete Narcissism in Moderating the Relationship Between Coaches’ Transformational Leader Behaviors and Athlete Motivation, (Volume 33, Issue 1, February)
  The Role of Repression in the Incidence of Ironic Errors, (Volume 22, Issue 2, June)
  Who Takes Risks in High-Risk Sport?: The Role of Alexithymia, (Volume 37, Issue 1, February)