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Vellapandian Ponnusamy, Michelle Guerrero, and Jeffrey J. Martin

.L. , Araki , K. , & Hammond , C.C. ( 2010 ). A content analysis of cultural diversity in the association for applied sport psychology’s conference programs . Journal of Applied Sport Psychology, 22 , 231 – 245 . doi:10.1080/10413201003673153 10.1080/10413201003673153 Kitayama , S. ( 2002

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Audrey G. Evers, Jessica A Somogie, Ian L. Wong, Jennifer D. Allen, and Adolfo G. Cuevas

gender diversity, over 90% of the participants were White and approximately 75% were female. These characteristics are not representative of the overall student athlete population; student athletes of color and male student athletes were underrepresented. This rather homogenous participant group may

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Jenny H. Conviser, Amanda Schlitzer Tierney, and Riley Nickols

format. Assessing professionals should also prioritize building a trusting and therapeutic relationship since it will serve as a necessary foundation for positive change ( Hay, Touyz, & Sud, 2012 ). They must respect diversity of identity and values ( Linville et al., 2010 ) and protect the athlete

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Alessandro Quartiroli, Edward F. Etzel, Sharon M. Knight, and Rebecca A. Zakrajsek

frequency data can provide readers with a sense of the strength of the pattern of responses within the sample and of the diversity of perspectives or experiences within the sample ( Maxwell, 2010 ), but cannot be used to imply generalizability of findings to the larger population of senior, experienced

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Laurel W. Sheffield and Lauren A. Stutts

, and pressure ( Next College Student Athlete, n.d. ). Another participant limitation is that we did not have any transgender or gender non-binary participants. Similarly, our sample had a lack of race/ethnic diversity such that we could not examine differences within race/ethnic groups. The experiences

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Jessica Ross and Peter D. MacIntyre

correlations. As for emotion regulation, it is possible that using a measure that focused on general emotion regulation skills (as opposed to difficulties) could be preferable. Future research could benefit from considering a diversity of methods and how they differentially tap into flow experiences

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Tyler L. Malone, Adam Kern, Emily Klueh, and Daniel Eisenberg

diverse across characteristics such as year in school, sex, and sport, future work should consider larger samples from multiple universities. Future work should also examine student-athlete diversity across characteristics such as race, ethnicity, and self-reported gender. In addition, the student

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Shelby J. Martin and Timothy Anderson

needed. Replicating this study overtime in athletic samples may further elucidate a conceptual model of EP help-seeking among athletes and identify critical time points in an athlete’s career when stigma has peak influence. Increasing the diversity of our sample—in terms of race, ethnicity, and athletic

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Melissa L. Breger, Margery J. Holman, and Michelle D. Guerrero

improvements and future action; • Review practices that contribute to exclusivity and those that support inclusivity: a. Hiring policy and practices that assist in achieving diversity b. Recruitment and retention of women leaders • Review specific policies (i.e., sexual harassment and abuse) to ensure

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Kathryn A. Coniglio and Edward A. Selby

with eating psychopathology, which overwhelmingly posits that exercise is pursued due to shape/weight concerns (e.g.,  Schlegl et al., 2018 ). The findings discussed here highlight that there exists a substantial degree of diversity in exercise motives across the eating disorder psychopathology