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19 19 4 4 Applied Research Can Beginning Learners Benefit from Preperformance Routines When Serving in Volleyball? Ronnie Lidor * Zohar Mayan * 12 2005 19 19 4 4 343 343 363 363 10.1123/tsp.19.4.343 Professional Practice Self-Determination Theory: A Case Study of Evidence-Based Coaching

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.3.285 Preperformance Routines in Sport: Theoretical Support and Practical Applications Patrick J. Cohn * 9 1990 4 4 3 3 301 301 312 312 10.1123/tsp.4.3.301 Books and Videos Athletes at Risk: Drugs and Sport Charles E. Yesalis * 9 1990 4 4 3 3 313 313 314 314 10.1123/tsp.4.3.313 The Method: A Golf Success Strategy

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Paul R. Ashbrook, Andrew Gillham and Douglas Barba

, imagery, activation, self-talk, negative thinking Goal setting, negative thinking Goal setting, emotional control, imagery, self-talk, negative thinking Negative thinking Self-stated needs Improve emotional control, negative self-talk, preperformance routines. Improve confidence. Improve confidence and

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Georgia Allen, Claire Thornton and Holly Riby

providing athletes a sense of control over unpredictable situations such as athletic competition ( Brevers, Nils, Dan, & Noël, 2011 ). Superstitious behavior is sometimes displayed during the preperformance routine (PPR) or immediately before competition, making it difficult to differentiate what is

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Mike Stoker, Ian Maynard, Joanne Butt, Kate Hays and Paul Hughes

preperformance routines ( Mesagno, Marchant, & Morris, 2008 ), quiet-eye training and analogy learning ( Vine, Moore, Cooke, Ring, & Wilson, 2013 ), and implicit learning ( Hill et al., 2010 ). In addition, stressor-exposure approaches have recently grown in popularity and are proving to be an effective means of

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Cognitive Component of Elite High Jumpers’ Preperformance Routines Thomas Gretton * Lindsey Blom * Dorice Hankemeier * Lawrence Judge * 30 04 2020 1 06 2020 34 2 99 110 10.1123/tsp.2019-0093 tsp.2019-0093 A Cognitive Behavioral Intervention for College Athletes With Injuries Leslie W. Podlog

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Alex Oliver, Paul J. McCarthy and Lindsey Burns

preperformance routines have an important function for attention in sport, enabling an athlete to deal with distraction (e.g.,  Boutcher & Crews, 1987 ), focus attention (e.g.,  Cotterill, Sanders, & Collins, 2010 ), and act as a trigger ( Boutcher & Crews, 1987 ; Moran, 1996 ). Moreover, research ( Cotterill

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Nicholas Stanger, Ryan Chettle, Jessica Whittle and Jamie Poolton

avoid disrupting their preperformance routine. A mean score for each subscale was calculated for analysis. Jones et al. ( 2005 ) provided psychometric support for the measure’s subscales, with alpha coefficients ranging from .81 to .88 in adult athletes from team and individual sports. Cognitive