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Mary O. Whipple, Erica N. Schorr, Kristine M.C. Talley, Ruth Lindquist, Ulf G. Bronas and Diane Treat-Jacobson

. , Volek , J. , & Kraemer , W.J. ( 2002 ). Mixed-methods resistance training increases power and strength of young and older men . Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 34 ( 8 ), 1367 – 1375 . PubMed ID: 12165694 doi:10.1097/00005768-200208000-00020 10.1097/00005768-200208000-00020 Nies , M

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Kwok W. Ng, Gorden Sudeck, Adilson Marques, Alberto Borraccino, Zuzana Boberova, Jana Vasickova, Riki Tesler, Sami Kokko and Oddrun Samdal

, Selänne H , Ronkainen NJ , Nurmi J . A new perspective on adolescent athletes’ transition into upper secondary school: a longitudinal mixed methods study protocol . Cogent Psychol . 2016 ; 3 ( 1 ): 1142412 . doi: 10.1080/23311908.2016.1142412 47. Nelson ES . How the myth of the dumb jock

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-endurance athletes. Study 1 indicated that nutrition knowledge was not a strong predictor of food choice in these athletes. Study 2 used a mixed methods approach to explore the wider influences of food selection during ultra-endurance competition. In study 2, 101 ultra-endurance athletes completed a bespoke food

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Iñigo Mujika, Shona Halson, Louise M. Burke, Gloria Balagué and Damian Farrow

skillfully combine different training methods to yield better results than can be achieved through exclusive or disproportionate use of a single method. 9 A practical example of such a mixed-method approach can be found in Mujika et al, 10 who organized the training season of a world

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, Michigan State University This presentation focuses on the role that the scholastic sport captaincy experience plays in developing youth leadership and discusses a series of mixed method studies our research team has conducted on this topic. We began with a qualitative study designed to chronicle the

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Josephine Blagrave and Taylor Guy

the research process. Part 3, “Practical Issues,” explains and contrasts methodological approaches including qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methods approaches. Chapter 9 discusses qualitative and quantitative research methods and helps the reader identify the most appropriate method for the

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Justine J. Reel

, methods, results, and discussion. All methodologies are welcomed (e.g., quantitative, qualitative, and mixed methods). To ensure ethical research protocol is followed, prior institutional review board approval is expected. Authors are strongly encouraged to include a clinical implications section in a

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T. Nicole Kirk and Justin A. Haegele

. Eleven articles were selected for inclusion, of these 11, 10 studies were quantitative in design and one utilized a mixed-methods approach. Figure 2 —Flowchart describing article selection. After selection, data were extracted by the first author and checked by the second author. Data extracted included

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Dana K. Voelker and Justine J. Reel

plays a role in the heightened risk for eating disorders in aesthetic sport. The importance of sport-related weight pressures has also been identified in studies with figure skaters specifically ( Voelker et al., 2014 ; Voelker, Petrie, Reel, & Gould, 2018 ). Using a mixed-method approach, Voelker et