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Jordan D. Herbison, Luc J. Martin and Mustafa Sarkar

enjoy going to the rink every day to get better” (P.3.CHL). This passion seemed to facilitate the training and development that helped each player to eventually reach the NHL. Furthermore, the ability to separate thoughts (i.e., cognitions) and emotions (i.e., affect) related to hockey from their

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Kurtis Pankow, Amber D. Mosewich and Nicholas L. Holt

argued that it is the athletes’ interpretations of these behaviors that affects leadership outcomes, not the behaviors themselves. Studies including coach observations and athlete perceptions would make a valuable contribution to the field. These limitations notwithstanding, this study makes several

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Shani Pitcho-Prelorentzos and Michal Mahat-Shamir

almost totally dependent on state funding for their development and existence ( Mizrahi et al., 2008 ). Obviously, this affects training conditions and chances of potential fulfilment for Israeli athletes ( Galily, 2007 ). Moreover, funding is mostly invested in programs aimed at achieving athletic

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Fernando Santos, Leisha Strachan, Daniel Gould, Paulo Pereira and Cláudia Machado

athletes). Athlete leaders have different levels of experience, skills, and goals and can affect their teammates’ overall performance (e.g.,  Fransen et al., 2016 ). It is necessary to recognize that athlete leaders have the potential to influence PLSD outcomes and life-skills development. Previous

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Rory J. Mack, Jeff D. Breckon, Paul D. O’Halloran and Joanne Butt

components) to support an athlete who is experiencing a drop in performance due to irrational or intrusive thoughts. Such a case study could outline the processes of integrating CBT with MI, determine the impact of this on the therapeutic alliance, and affect the athlete’s well-being and sport performance

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Michelle Smith, Hayley E. McEwan, David Tod and Amanda Martindale

the study of the cognitive functions and processes that affect individuals faced with difficult scenarios in time-pressured situations (e.g., firefighters or nurses; Klein, Calderwood, & Clinton-Cirocco, 2010 ; Patterson et al., 2016 ). The delivery of ASP services also has time-critical features

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Andrew G. Wood, Jamie B. Barker, Martin Turner and Peter Thomson

irrational beliefs in game settings. Furthermore, it would be prudent to explore the mechanisms by which athletes’ beliefs (irrational/rational) affect the appraisal process (e.g., demand vs. resource appraisals; Jones, Meijen, McCarthy, & Sheffield, 2009 ) using both self-reported and psychophysiological

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Elmer A. Castillo and Graig M. Chow

an alternative to subjective performance measures to assess behavior change. Third, due to the gender skew of the sample, exploration of gender as a moderating variable that may affect potential pre–post differences on the outcome variables was not feasible. Future research should involve a large

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Sarah Lawrason, Jennifer Turnnidge, Luc J. Martin and Jean Côté

, wherein future tests of effectiveness will include assessments of athlete outcomes to understand how changes in coaches’ behaviors affect athlete development. Conclusion Overall, this study offers additional support for providing TFL-theory-informed education to youth sport coaches. In accordance with

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Irene Muir, Krista J. Munroe-Chandler and Todd Loughead

; Hanrahan, 1996 ; Monsma & Overby, 2004 ). One mental skill capable of influencing cognitive, behavioral, and affective outcomes in dancers is imagery. Imagery, which is described as the creation or recreation of an experience in one’s mind ( Vealey & Greenleaf, 2010 ), has been used by dancers to mentally