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Shelby Waldron, J.D. DeFreese, Brian Pietrosimone, Johna Register-Mihalik and Nikki Barczak

previously demonstrated adequate reliability and validity in a competitive sport context ( McAuley et al., 1989 ). Internal consistency reliability of scores in the current study was α = 0.92. Psychological resilience Psychological resilience was measured using Campbell-Sills and Stein’s ( 2007 ) ten

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Jessyca N. Arthur-Cameselle and Molly Curcio

of athletes’ ED recovery or treatment (e.g.,  Plateau, Arcelus, Leung, & Meyer, 2017 ) and only two studies, to our knowledge, that reference athletes’ turning points. First, for a male athlete with Bulimia, a serious injury that required him to leave competitive sport was the “key transition” that

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Ralph Appleby, Paul Davis, Louise Davis and Henrik Gustafsson

To be successful in competitive sport, athletes are required to invest hours of intense training and perform effectively under pressure ( Balk, Adriaanse, De Ridder, & Evers, 2013 ; Isoard-Gautheur, Guillet-Descas, & Gustafsson, 2016 ). Furthermore, athletes are required to manage stressors

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Johanna Belz, Jens Kleinert, Jeannine Ohlert, Thea Rau and Marc Allroggen

depression ( Andersen & Teicher, 2008 ). Although regular physical activity and exercise during adolescence have been found to decrease the risk of suffering from depression ( Biddle & Asare, 2011 ), it remains unclear whether this also holds true for the competitive sport setting with its associated

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Stine Nylandsted Jensen, Andreas Ivarsson, Johan Fallby and Anne-Marie Elbe

exerts on performance has received considerable attention within the sport psychology literature, and continues to be a major area of interest ( Wilson, Smith, Chattington, Ford, & Marple-Horvat, 2006 ). This interest is undoubtedly associated with the stressful nature of competitive sport, and the

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Gavin Breslin, Tandy Haughey, Wesley O’Brien, Laura Caulfield, Alexa Robertson and Martin Lawlor

not debated is that prevalence rates of mental disorder in young people and adolescents (aged 16–34) is high at 25–26% ( Gulliver, Griffiths, & Christensen, 2012 ; Headstrong, 2012 ), which is a prominent age for competitive sport participation. The further understanding of student athlete mental

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Anne Holding, Jo-Annie Fortin, Joëlle Carpentier, Nora Hope and Richard Koestner

on disengagement from their former competitive sport and reengagement with new pursuits. Measures Subjective well being (SWB) We employed the Mood Report ( Emmons & Diener, 1985 ) to assess the emotional component of SWB. For each item, participants rated the extent to which they experienced a

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J.D. DeFreese, Travis E. Dorsch and Travis A. Flitton

online survey interface to measure the variables of interest. Survey information was collected from the primary sport parent during the target child’s current competitive sport season. The survey assessed self-report demographic information along with parent perceptions of the sport-based parent

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Maria Grazia Monaci and Francesca Veronesi

in case of anger episodes. In a sport competition the essential characteristics for excelling are aggressiveness, dominance, competitive spirit, all “male” stereotypical features. In line with previous suggestions ( Clément-Guillotin & Fontayne, 2011 ), our findings point out that a competitive sport

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Krystn Orr, Katherine A. Tamminen, Shane N. Sweet, Jennifer R. Tomasone and Kelly P. Arbour-Nicitopoulos

with. In Anna’s competitive sport experience, the relatedness needs support that she received from her peers extended internationally. “It was really cool to meet people from all over the world, especially those with the exact same disability as me! You could relate to them. I don’t know; it was just