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Liane S. Lewis, Barnabas Shaw, Srijit Banerjee, Pryscilla Dieguez, James Hernon, Nigel Belshaw and John M. Saxton

, introjection, identification, integration, and intrinsic motivation . The theory states that satisfying three psychological needs ( autonomy, competence , and relatedness ) will lead to a shift from low to high autonomous regulation ( Deci & Ryan, 2000 ). Autonomous regulation has been related to higher

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Meredith C. Peddie, Matthew Reeves, Millie K. Keown, Tracy L. Perry and C. Murray Skeaff

a metronome, with a tone occurring every 1.5 seconds to indicate both the bottom and top of each exercise. Exercises were performed in three 1-min segments instead of the nine 20-second segments used by Dempsey, Larsen, et al. ( 2016 ), to more easily facilitate identification of the individual

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Physical Activity in Czech Older Adults Jiri Mudrak * Pavel Slepicka * Steriani Elavsky * 4 2017 25 2 196 204 10.1123/japa.2015-0125 Identification and Prediction of the Walking Cadence Required to Reach Moderate Intensity Using Individually-Determined Relative Moderate Intensity in Older Adults

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Leehu Zysberg and Rotem Hemmel

PA: Commonalities and Potential Links EI can be defined as an amalgam of human potentials accounting for individuals’ identification, processing, and adaptive use of emotional experiences and emotional information. 12 In other words, EI is a concept that may account for typical patterns according to

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Ali Moazami-Goodarzi, Matilda Sorkkila, Kaisa Aunola and Tatiana V. Ryba

academic roles ( Bimper, 2014 ; McQuown-Linnemeyer & Brown, 2010 ; Osborne & Jones, 2011 ; Yopyk & Prentice, 2005 ). Athletic identity refers to identification with the athletic role, and student identity refers to identification with the student role (i.e., the individual sees herself or himself as a

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Keishi Soga, Keita Kamijo and Hiroaki Masaki

picture was presented. The order of the size block and animacy block, and the stimulus-response mapping were counterbalanced across participants and conditions. Responses were classified into six categories: (a) hit was defined as the correct identification of old pictures as old, (b) miss was defined as

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Lisa M. Barnett and Owen Makin

to be able to identify with the pictures. The modification to the instrument by Robinson and Palmer ( 2017 ) used an adult female. Racial identification was not an issue in this study as the demonstrator was of the same background as most of the children. But this may have had limitations in terms of

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Scott A. Graupensperger, Alex J. Benson and M. Blair Evans

informs behavior, whereby group identification leads an individual to internalize the normative group behaviors and uphold the characteristics of a prototypical member of that group ( Benson, Bruner, & Eys, 2017 ; Hogg, 2016 ). When group membership is a salient aspect of an individual’s self

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Stefanie Hüttermann, Paul R. Ford, A. Mark Williams, Matyas Varga and Nicholas J. Smeeton

. Symbols represent across-participant means, and error bars represent SD s. * p  < .05. Attentional Task To analyze the accuracy rate for the identification of the running direction of the teammates, we conducted a 2 (sport type) × 2 (response mode) × 8 (visual angle) repeated-measures ANOVA with the same

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John S.W. Spinda, Daniel L. Wann and Michael Sollitto

In this case study analysis, we explored the motives for playing Strat-O-Matic Baseball (SOMB), a baseball simulation played as a board game or online, from the perspective of the uses-and-gratifications theory. In phase I of the study, SOMB manager narratives (N = 50) were analyzed for motive statements. In phase II, an online survey asked SOMB managers (N = 222) to respond to motive items as well as four measures of Major League Baseball (MLB) and SOMB identification. Overall, eight motives for playing SOMB emerged from the 64-item pool of motive items. These eight motives were nostalgia, knowledge acquisition, social bonding, enjoyment, vicarious achievement, game aesthetics, convenience, and escape. Our findings suggest these motives predicted measures of MLB and SOMB identification in significantly different ways. Theoretical implications, future research, limitations, and discussion questions are presented in this analysis.