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Savoring Sport: Connections With Athlete Passion and Burnout

Benjamin J.I. Schellenberg, Jérémie Verner-Filion, and Patrick Gaudreau

experience ( Bryant & Veroff, 2007 ). But athletes likely vary in the extent to which they savor the good things that happen in their sport. Research in other areas has found that people who pursue meaningful activities with high levels of harmonious passion (HP) engage in greater levels of savoring, whereas

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The Influence of Athletic Identity, Passion, and Perceptions of Severity of Concussions on Athletes’ Willingness to Report Concussion Symptoms

Eric M. Martin, Megan Byrd, Adriana Amador, Emma Ridenhour, and Carolena Charalambous

identity, which might influence willingness to report concussions. Unlike AI, passion can originate in 2 distinct manners; harmonious and obsessive, 20 with harmonious passion leading to participation in an activity without compulsion, whereas obsessive passion leads to conflict with other activities in

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The Relationship Between Passion, Basic Psychological Needs Satisfaction and Athlete Burnout: Examining Direct and Indirect Effects

Sofie Kent, Kieran Kingston, and Kyle F. Paradis

activities (e.g., sport). Rooted in self-determination theory ( Deci & Ryan, 2000a ), the DMP states that passion can be categorized as two distinct but related forms ( Harmonious and Obsessive ). Harmonious passion is derived from an autonomous internalization of values and beliefs through which the