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James Geiselman, Rachel Gillespie and Andrew Miller

rate of shoulder and elbow injuries at 21.59/10,000 AE, with the most common injuries being ulnar collateral ligament (UCL) tears, acromioclavicular (AC) sprains, and rotator cuff tears. Savoie and O’Brien 5 reported that valgus instability and injury to the UCL has become a common injury in the

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jay johnson and Adam Ehsan Ali

professional sport organizations, and how do they shape our understanding of the NHL as a “green sport” leader? In what ways does the NHL Sustainability Report (SR) propagate certain ideas about environmental activism, citizenship, and initiative over others? And finally, is there dissonance between the

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Jeffrey J. Milroy, Stephen Hebard, Emily Kroshus and David L. Wyrick

factors, including gender, sport, level of competition, as well as between-study differences in the definition used for under-reporting ( Baugh, Kroshus, Daneshvar, & Stern, 2014 ; Kerr et al., 2014 ; Kroshus, Daneshvar, Garnett, Nowinski, & Cantu, 2013 ; Llewellyn, Burdette, Joyner, & Buckley, 2014

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Robert J. Brychta, Vaka Rögnvaldsdóttir, Sigríður L. Guðmundsdóttir, Rúna Stefánsdóttir, Soffia M. Hrafnkelsdóttir, Sunna Gestsdóttir, Sigurbjörn A. Arngrímsson, Kong Y. Chen and Erlingur Jóhannsson

Adolescent sleep patterns are often measured with self-report ( Lewandowski, Toliver-Sokol, & Palermo, 2011 ) or actigraphy ( Galland et al., 2018 ). Although self-report is easier to administer, lower in cost, and requires less technical expertise than actigraphy, it is often affected by social

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Kami N. Thews, Zachary K. Winkelmann, Lindsey E. Eberman, Kirsten A. Potts and Kenneth E. Games

Key Points ▸ Firefighters experience many perceived barriers, both cultural and structural, when attempting to report mental or behavioral illness. ▸ The most challenging perceived barriers reported by firefighters included the fear of letting their fellow firefighters down and the inability to

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Laurel W. Sheffield and Lauren A. Stutts

the main emotional response participants reported post-injury and that negative cognitive appraisals (e.g., I’m going to get hurt again) were a precursor to reinjury anxiety ( Clement, Arvinen-Barrow, & Fetty, 2015 ). As with the physical effects of injury, the psychological effects can also be long

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Nicole J. Chimera, Monica R. Lininger and Meghan Warren

Clinical Scenario There are an estimated 15 million adults participating in recreational activities annually in the United States. 1 Data from the National Health Statistics Report indicated that 8.6 million sports- and recreation-related injuries occurred over a 3-year period. 2 This suggests

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Gregory J. Welk

physical activity behavior. One particularly challenging issue in physical activity research is reconciling the large discrepancies in estimates of physical activity obtained from different instruments, specifically between accelerometry-based activity monitors and report-based measures. The issue was

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Marsha Dowda, Russell R. Pate, James F. Sallis, Patty S. Freedson, Wendell C. Taylor, John R. Sirard and Stewart G. Trost

Parents and 531 students (46% males, 78% white) completed equivalent questionnaires. Agreement between student and parent responses to questions about hypothesized physical activity (PA) correlates was assessed. Relationships between hypothesized correlates and an objective measure of student’s moderate- to-vigorous physical activity (MVPA) in a subset of 177 students were also investigated. Agreement between student and parent ranged from r = .34 to .64 for PA correlates. Spearman correlations between MVPA and PA correlates ranged from −.04 to .21 for student report and −.14 to .32 for parent report, and there were no statistical differences for 8 out of 9 correlations between parent and student. Parents can provide useful data on PA correlates for students in Grades 7–12.

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Salomé Aubert, Julien Aucouturier, Jeremy Vanhelst, Alicia Fillon, Pauline Genin, Caroline Ganière, Corinne Praznoczy, Benjamin Larras, Julien Schipman, Martine Duclos and David Thivel

time. 13 These guidelines have been broadcasted and promoted by national agencies throughout the world. In 2005, Canada launched the first Report Card initiative, which gathered and synthesized the best available national data on the physical activity and sedentary behaviors of Canadian children and