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Kelzie E. Beebe, Trent A. Petrie, Heather R. Kiefer, Lindsey E. Slavin, and Macey L. Arnold

of focus, and self-doubt as primary to their disorder ( Jones et al., 2014 ). Sievert ( 2022 ) interviewed three professional tennis players about their career trajectories, including experiences of chronic clinical depression, but did not clearly explore their perceptions about how the two may have

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David K. Wiggins

Seaver, who had a 4–4 pitching record as a high school senior. A similar type of career trajectory is not uncommon in academia, with some of our most productive scholars freely admitting relatively poor performances during their early school days, and only realizing success in their chosen field

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Diane M. Culver, Majidullah Shaikh, Danielle Alexander, and Karine Fournier

low ( Demers et al., 2019 ; Machida-Kosuga et al., 2017 ). Again, such literature can also be explored with an intersectional lens; for instance, the intersection of race and gender has been shown to impact the career trajectories of women ( Demers et al., 2019 ; Larsen & Clayton, 2019 ), however