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Dan Weaving, Clive Beggs, Nicholas Dalton-Barron, Ben Jones and Grant Abt

, 11 , 19 , 20 other variables might change in dissimilar ways, demonstrating a degree of independence. For example, in professional rugby league, Lovell et al 21 reported that the relationship between the session rating of perceived exertion and total distance was r  = .80 during conditioning

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Scott Rathwell and Bradley W. Young

) sport settings. Emerging adulthood is a distinct developmental stage that spans from 18 to 25 years of age, and is characterized by increased independence, self-experimentation, and discovery as individuals try new roles in society and learn the consequences of their actions ( Arnett, 2000 ). Although

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Lea-Cathrin Dohme, David Piggott, Susan Backhouse and Gareth Morgan

to bounce back after setbacks  • The ability to overcome obstacles Associated behaviors/outcomes:  • Overcoming obstacles more readily  • Adaptability  • Flexibility  • Bouncing back after setbacks  • Reacting positively to setbacks  • Accepting mistakes and moving on Independence Antecedents:  • N

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Kevin S. Spink and Kayla Fesser

.e., normal distribution, homogeneity of variance, independence of the covariate and treatment effect, and homogeneity of regression slopes) were checked, and results were found to be satisfactory ( Tabachnick & Fidell, 2012 ). As expected, both covariates were significantly related to intention to intervene – previous

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Ken R. Lodewyk

specifically, honesty-humility was significantly associated with each of the other dimensions; openness to experience to each except for extraversion; and, agreeableness to three dimensions. These low correlations between the dimensions of trait personality affirm their relative independence and lack of

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Mitchell J. Henderson, Job Fransen, Jed J. McGrath, Simon K. Harries, Nick Poulos and Aaron J. Coutts

factor = 0.943 × total carries + 0.943 × total passes (2) Before running linear mixed-effect models, assumptions of independence and collinearity were checked, and boxplots and histograms were used to determine potential influential data points. Following analysis, visual inspections of residual plots

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Bridget Ellen Philippa Bourke, Dane Francis Baker and Andrea Jane Braakhuis

descriptive statistics: mean ( SD ) or frequencies and percentages. Statistic associations between categorical variables were made using chi-squared test of independence (two tailed). To compare means of continuous variables, an independent t test (two tailed) was used. Binary logistic regression modeling

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Kathryn E. Phillips and Will G. Hopkins

insight into the transferability of skill between the 2 elements of the tournament, due to their lack of independence. In the final stage of analysis, logistic regression (Proc Glimmix in SAS) was used to examine the effect of the difference between opponent qualification times on the chances of winning a

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Corliss Bean, Majidullah Shaikh and Tanya Forneris

skills program focus refers to the provision of opportunities to engage in activities that are designed for youth to build and transfer life skills. PYD outcomes refer to skills and assets youth can gain through sport participation across personal domains (e.g., positive self-perceptions, independence

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Andrew Evans, Robert Morris, Jamie Barker, Tom Johnson, Zoe Brenan and Ben Warner

teammates • Developing independence • Not seeing friends • Increased physical demands • Viewing setbacks as opportunities • Being proactive (e.g., changing position) • Turning negatives into positives • Learning from mistakes • Using previous experience to enhance self-confidence • Being happy as a person