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Mia Beck Lichtenstein, Claire Gudex, Kjeld Andersen, Anders Bo Bojesen, and Uffe Jørgensen

undertaken was ball sport (eg, football, handball), running, fitness, biking, weight lifting, dancing/gymnastics, racket sport, swimming, and power walking. As shown in Table  1 , injured exercisers were significantly older and had a higher BMI and were more likely to be male. The groups were similar in the

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Arilene M.S. Santos, Alberto J. Maldonado, Antônio V.M. de Sousa Junior, Susi O.S. Brito, Rayane C. de Moura, Caique Figueiredo, Paula A. Monteiro, Lucas M. Neves, Ismael F. Freitas Junior, Marcos A.P. dos Santos, Sergio L.G. Ribeiro, and Fabrício E. Rossi

Badminton is a racket sport that requires short and high-intensity actions from athletes and practitioners, with an average heart rate greater than 90% of the maximum heart rate during the match; in the same sense, it is known that 60% to 70% of the energy used during a match is supplied by the

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Stefanie Klatt and Nicholas J. Smeeton

considering other team and racket sport games in the future. Moreover, it may be the case that other psychological factors such as self-regulation (e.g.,  Baumeister, Vohs, & Tice, 2007 ) influence decision making by biasing sensory integration. For example, more self-control is needed to make more accurate

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Lisa-Marie Rückel, Benjamin Noël, André Jungen, Sebastian Brückner, Bernd Strauss, and Stefanie Klatt

German Sport University Cologne and the head of the Department of Cognitive and Team/Racket Sport Research. Her interests primarily lie in the exploration of physical, perceptual-cognitive, and adaptive processes on exercise training and its applicability in (team) sports. Within this research area, she