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Ryan Rodenberg

of Investigation (FBI). Dominguez is critical of executives at MLB headquarters throughout the book. Here is how he summarizes a sports-betting investigation he spearheaded: Allegations began surfacing that a member of [Boston] Red Sox slugger David Ortiz’s entourage was suspected of being involved

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Leila Selimbegović, Olivier Dupuy, Julie Terache, Yannick Blandin, Laurent Bosquet and Armand Chatard

, 2011 , but see Payen et al., 2011 for diverging results). However, threat was mostly operationalized as exposure to negative emotional stimuli or to the color red (a stimulus signaling danger) rather than as evaluative threat (actual or potential negative evaluation of one’s performance by others

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* Marvin Washington * 5 2015 29 3 291 304 10.1123/jsm.2012-0122 Managing Diversity to Provide Culturally Safe Sport Programming: A Case Study of the Canadian Red Cross’s Swim Program Kyle A. Rich * Audrey R. Giles * 5 2015 29 3 305 317 10.1123/jsm.2013-0160 Predicting Behavioral Loyalty through

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Rachael E. Flatt and Craig Barr Taylor

Energy Deficiency in Sports (RED-S; formerly known as the Female Athlete Triad), a disorder common to many athletes. The symptoms of this disorder overlap with AN and may reflect an eating disorder ( Mountjoy et al., 2014 ). A screening tool for RED-S is available, but has not yet been validated

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Recep Gorgulu, Andrew Cooke and Tim Woodman

experiments. Specifically, we asked participants to react to two different colored balls, as they rolled down a chute, a target (e.g., red) that was to be caught and a nontarget (e.g., blue) that was to be avoided. If Wegner’s theory of ironic processes of mental control holds for externally paced tasks, we

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Alexander L. Curry and Tiara Good

. The novel philanthropy frame focuses on the charitable actions of players, teams, and the league as a whole. A typical example is seen in this March 15 headline: “Reds’ Bauer stages wiffle ball game for charity.” Actions taken by the league and teams are demonstrated in this March 17 headline: “MLB

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Hendrik Reimann, Tyler Fettrow and John J. Jeka

a perturbation followed by a control action. The green cycle shows the unperturbed movement, where the cusps represent (instantaneous) steps where the flow switches. The red line shows how the state trails off the green cycle due to a perturbation. The red dot is the step response to this

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Susan P. Mullane

social justice, activism, politics, and the use of sport to advance world peace. Interestingly and appropriately, the international crisis in hooliganism is presented as a case study for students in the “red flag challenge” discussion section. The final chapter, Chapter 13, “Make Sport Sustainable

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Brian E. Pruegger

pride campaigns: “Red Mile in Calgary,” “Blue Mile in Edmonton,” “White out in Winnipeg,” and “Sens City in Ottawa.” With Detroit owning the distinction of “Hockeytown USA,” Montreal aimed to exceed that distinction in Canada and the NHL. In conclusion, Cha notes that the “City is Hockey” campaign not

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Stephen Silverman

Learning in Physical Education: Using Research to Enhance Instruction . We were waiting for our table at the bar at the Old Ebbitt Grill down the street from the While House. Cathy was then at the University of Maryland and I was in DC for a meeting at the American Red Cross, where I chaired a committee. I