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Hannah Butler-Coyne, Vaithehy Shanmuganathan-Felton and Jamie Taylor

sports initiated a number of changes ranging from 24 hour telephone helplines for athletes, increased access to counseling and mental health support services for players/athletes, specific mental health training for staff and training inclusion within coaching qualifications ( Mind, 2014 ). Although a

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Sara L. Giovannetti, Jessica R.G. Robertson, Heather L. Colquhoun and Cindy K. Malachowski

appraised the evidence from 60 studies on the mental health of elite athletes identified common stressors to include injury, poor athletic performance, fatigue, and organisational factors (e.g., the coaching environment) ( Rice et al., 2016 ). While student-athletes are equally, if not more, vulnerable to

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Age-Group Swimmers Brian A. Blanksby * Jennifer R. Simpson * Bruce C. Elliott * Keith McElroy * 5 1998 14 2 180 189 10.1123/jab.14.2.180 Three-Dimensional Analysis of Handspring with Full Turn Vault: Deterministic Model, Coaches' Beliefs, and Judges' Scores Yoshiaki Takei * 5 1998 14 2 190

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Jessyca N. Arthur-Cameselle and Molly Curcio

, past research indicates that athletes are a unique ED subgroup in that they experience sport-specific weight pressures including revealing uniforms, coach criticism, and team weigh-ins (e.g.,  Reel, SooHoo, Petrie, Greenleaf, & Carter, 2010 ). In addition, athletes have reported several sport

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Original Investigations A Mathematical Model for the Trajectory of a Spiked Volleyball and its Coaching Application Shawn S. Kao * Richard W. Sellens * Joan M. Stevenson * 5 1994 10 2 95 109 10.1123/jab.10.2.95 Research The Effect of Wind on 100-m Sprint Times Nicholas P. Linthorne * 5 1994

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Irradiation on Evoked Motor and Sensory Action Potentials of the Median Nerve William P. Bartlett * William S. Quillen * Rebbeca G. Greer * 2 2002 11 1 12 20 10.1123/jsr.11.1.12 Stretching Techniques to Improve Flexibility in Special Olympics Athletes and Their Coaches Christine Stopka * Kevin

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a Female Recreational Runner Joe J. Piccininni EdD, CAT(C) S. Chris Owens * PT, ScD, OCS, CSCS, FAAOMPT William T. Humphries * BS, CSCS 1 2011 16 16 1 1 21 21 23 23 10.1123/ijatt.16.1.21 Sport Psychology & Counseling The Role of ATs in Helping Coaches to Facilitate Return to Play Adam Naylor

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Emily M. Hartley, Matthew C. Hoch and Robert J. Cramer

These could be internal cues, which include the individual realizing the level of susceptibility and potential severity of an injury, or external cues, which include a physician, athletic trainer, coach, or teammate encouraging the individual to participate in an ERIPP. 15 Self-efficacy is the

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Reynold W.L. Lee, Andy C.Y. Tse and Thomson W.L. Wong

brain ( Whalen, 2010 ). Therefore, this study was conducted to employ an analogy, developed from a focus group interview with four experienced badminton coaches, in older adults learning the badminton high serve. The major objective of this study was to examine the effects of applying analogy

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* Mitchell T. Millar AT, ATC * Kevin C. Miller PhD, AT, ATC * 27 12 2019 1 05 2020 25 3 140 147 10.1123/ijatt.2018-0118 ijatt.2018-0118 Perspective of United States Judo Coaches on Concussion: A National Survey Christina Yannetsos MD * Mario C. Pacheco BS * Danny G. Thomas MD, MPH * 09 02 2020 1 05