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Damiano Formenti, Luca Cavaggioni, Marco Duca, Athos Trecroci, Mattia Rapelli, Giampietro Alberti, John Komar and Pierpaolo Iodice

Systematic reviews and meta-analyses have supported the relationship between physical exercise and cognition, 1 providing evidence of the beneficial effect of both chronic 2 – 4 and acute exercise 5 , 6 on cognitive functions. The most beneficial effects of exercise on cognitive performance has

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* Jacqueline H. Gillis * Karen King * 12 1980 2 4 311 328 10.1123/jsp.2.4.311 Mental Preparation Strategies, Cognitions, and Strength Performance Daniel Gould * Robert Weinberg * Allen Jackson * 12 1980 2 4 329 339 10.1123/jsp.2.4.329 Effect of Public and Private Efficacy Expectations on Competitive

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Measuring Group Cohesion Jean-Philippe Heuzé * Paul Fontayne * 3 2002 24 1 42 67 10.1123/jsep.24.1.42 A Grounded Theory of Expert Cognition in Orienteering David W. Eccles * Susanne E. Walsh * David K. Ingledew * 3 2002 24 1 68 88 10.1123/jsep.24.1.68 Sport Psychologist’s Digest Sport Psychologist

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.2017-0306 jsep.2017-0306 Team Action Imagery and Team Cognition: Imagery of Game Situations and Required Team Actions Promotes a Functional Structure in Players’ Representations of Team-Level Tactics Cornelia Frank * Gian-Luca Linstromberg * Linda Hennig * Thomas Heinen * Thomas Schack * 1 02

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David I. Anderson

“Motor Development as Foundation and Future for Developmental Psychology” ( Thelen, 2000a ). That agenda included 6 themes: multimodal perception and action, formal models and robotics, embodied cognition, neural bases of motor skill development, learning and plasticity, and cultural and individual

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Kim Gammage, Rachel Arnold, Nicole Bolter, Lori Dithurbide, Karl Erickson, Blair Evans, Larkin Lamarche, Sean Locke, Eric Martin and Kathleen Wilson

from adolescence to adulthood is generally marked by a decrease in physical activity. To date, research has primarily examined explicit physical activity cognitions to understand changes in physical activity during this transition (e.g., attitudes about exercise, confidence to self-manage exercise

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Ayllon * 9 1984 6 3 325 334 10.1123/jsp.6.3.325 An Investigation of Future Market Opportunities for Sport Psychologists Bernadette Schell * Joanne Hunt * Colleen Lloyd * 9 1984 6 3 335 350 10.1123/jsp.6.3.335 Cognitions, Mediating Variables, and Strength Performance Robert L. Wilkes * Jeffery J

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-Affective Stress Management Training with High Performance Youth Volleyball Players: Effects on Affect, Cognition, and Performance Peter R.E. Crocker * Rikk B. Alderman F. Murray R. Smith 12 1988 10 4 448 460 10.1123/jsep.10.4.448 Long-Term Follow-up of Stressed Working Women: A Comparison of Aerobic

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From the Editor From the Editor Robert C. Eklund FACSM FAAKPE 2 2010 32 1 1 2 10.1123/jsep.32.1.1 Original Research How Embodied Cognitions Affect Judgments: Height-Related Attribution Bias in Football Foul Calls Niels van Quaquebeke * Steffen R. Giessner * 2 2010 32 1 3 22 10.1123/jsep.32

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Institutionalized Elderly: Effects of a Cognition-Action Intervention and Tai Chi Arnaud Dechamps * Chérifa Onifade * Arnaud Decamps * Isabelle Bourdel-Marchasson * 4 2009 17 2 236 248 10.1123/japa.17.2.236 japa Journal of Aging and Physical Activity 1063-8652 1543-267X 2009 17 2 10.1123/japa.2009.17.issue