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Kelsey McEntyre, Matthew D. Curtner-Smith, and Deborah S. Baxter

possible. The first author (K. McEntyre) was careful not to influence the PCTs with questions posed during the informal interviews. Each PCT also completed one stimulated recall interview . This involved one lesson taught by each PCT being filmed at some stage during the EFE. During this interview, a PCT

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International Sport Coaching Journal


a year and a half. Using the Coach Analysis and Intervention System (CAIS) and associated video-stimulated recall interviews, changes in the practice behaviours and knowledge use of coaches completing a formal coach education course, and equivalent coaches not undertaking formal education, were

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Tasha Guadalupe and Matthew D. Curtner-Smith

recording her thoughts in a reflective journal and completing stimulated recall interviews ( deMarrais, 2004 ), which involved her viewing and commenting on film of her teaching. Tasha formally interviewed Joanne before the study commenced so that we could comprehend her beliefs about teaching and

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Risto Marttinen, Dillon Landi, Dario Novak, and Stephen Silverman

Ways data were collected  Participant Completed Instrument  Test (knowledge, skill, etc.)  Observation Instrument  Field notes  Student response/journal  Accelerometer/pedometer/HR monitor  Interviews  Stimulated recall  Focus group  Material collection  Narratives (e.g., storytelling)  Audio/visual (e

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Jeffrey P. Carpenter and Stephen Harvey

combat this issue is for researchers to engage participants in stimulated recall ( Calderhead, 1981 ) or think-aloud activities where they are shown their own social media postings or video screencasts of their online behaviors and asked to verbalize the thinking that occurred around these postings or

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Paul Garner, Jennifer Turnnidge, Will Roberts, and Jean Côté

fuller understanding of CEs’ behaviors, it would be useful to support observations with methods, such as stimulated recall ( Bruner et al., 2017 ), that allow for greater accuracy and depth of analysis. Such research aspirations seem well served by a critical realist approach and are appropriately

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Corina van Doodewaard

their teaching practices in secondary schools to comply with several pedagogy assignments in their course work. They were asked to bring these films to the interview, where I used them for stimulated recall ( Lyle, 2003 ). The use of their own films facilitated the PTs in talking about their beliefs and

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Matthew D. Curtner-Smith, Deborah. S. Baxter, and Leah K. May

exclusively, worked within the interpretive paradigm. They have studied relatively small samples of participants intensely and collected data with a number of qualitative techniques, the most prominent of which have been observations, formal interviews of teachers and students, stimulated recall and informal

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Reynold W.L. Lee, Andy C.Y. Tse, and Thomson W.L. Wong

in the butterfly stroke . Retrieved from Gass , S.M. , & Mackey , A. ( 2000 ). Stimulated recall methodology in second language research . Mahwah, NJ : Lawrence Erlbaum . Gentile , A.M. ( 1998 ). Movement science: Implicit and

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Ian David Boardley, Doris Matosic, and Mark William Bruner

-0117 Bruner , M.W. , Boardley , I.D. , Allan , V. , Root , Z. , Buckham , S. , Forrest , C. , & Côté , J. ( 2017 ). Examining social identity and intrateam moral behaviours in competitive youth ice hockey using stimulated recall . Journal of Sports Sciences, 35 ( 20 ), 1963 – 1974 . PubMed ID