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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

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Kacey C. Neely, John G.H. Dunn, Tara-Leigh F. McHugh, and Nicholas L. Holt

deselection to help stimulate recall and enable them to provide detailed examples during the interview. The interview guide was developed based on IPA recommendations by Smith et al. ( 2009 ) and qualitative interviewing guidelines by Rubin and Rubin ( 2012 ). The interview guide included introductory, main

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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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K. Andrew R. Richards, Colin G. Pennington, and Oleg A. Sinelnikov

.87%) 3 15 13 13  Document analysis 26 (9.59%) 0 12 8 6  Questionnaires/surveys 48 (17.71%) 6 12 16 14  Interviews   informal interviews 32 (25.81%) b 1 15 9 7   stimulated recall 7 (5.65%) b 0 2 5 0   formal interviews 28 (22.58%) b 1 15 8 4   semistructured interviews 33 (26.61%) b 1 7 14 11   group