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Michelle L. Bartlett, Mitch Abrams, Megan Byrd, Arial S. Treankler, and Richard Houston-Norton

). Anger & aggression in sports: Toward a practical understanding . In B. Jurica (Chair), Anger & aggression in combat sports: A novel approach to an existing paradigm . Symposium conducted at the meeting of Association for Applied Sport Psychology , Atlanta, GA . Buss , A.H. & Durkee , A

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Jacob J. Levy, Terrance L. Tarver, and Hannah R. Douglas

symptoms of depression, anger, aggression ( Woodward, 2009 ). Also, athletes who engage in combat sports have been found to have greater positive mental attitudes such as avoidance of stress, depressive situations, and extremely strong emotions ( Kotarska et al., 2019a ). Along with these benefits