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Maria Grazia Monaci and Francesca Veronesi

. Laungani , & A.M. O’Roark (Eds.), Stress and emotion: Anxiety, anger, and curiosity (pp.  53 – 74 ). Philadelphia, PA : Taylor & Francis . Van Dijk , W.W. ( 2009 ). How do you feel? Affective forecasting and the impact bias in track athletics . The Journal of Social Psychology, 149 ( 3

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Jeffrey J. Martin

where it, ostensibly, has no influence (e.g., eating, reading, watching television, sleeping, talking to a friend; Ubel, Loewenstein, Schwarz, & Smith, 2005 ). A second explanation lies in people’s poor emotional-forecasting ability. People routinely believe that a future bad event will make them

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Brennan Petersen, Mark Eys, Kody Watson and M. Blair Evans

). Item wording and internal consistency of a measure of cohesion: The Group Environment Questionnaire . Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 29, 395 – 402 . doi:10.1123/jsep.29.3.395 10.1123/jsep.29.3.395 Eys , M.A. , & Spink , K.S. ( 2016 ). Forecasts to the future: Group dynamics . In R. J

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Alyson J. Crozier, Luc J. Martin and Kevin S. Spink

). Groupness perceptions and basic need satisfaction: Perceptions of fitness groups and experiences within club environments . Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice, 23, 170 – 184 . doi:10.1037/gdn0000103 10.1037/gdn0000103 Eys , M.A. , & Spink , K.S. ( 2016 ). Forecasts to the future: Group

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Edson Filho

. Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 13 ( 5 ), 693 – 701 . doi: 10.1016/j.psychsport.2012.04.006 Box , G.E. , Jenkins , G.M. , Reinsel , G.C. , & Ljung , G.M. ( 2015 ). Time series analysis: Forecasting and control . Hoboken, NJ : John Wiley and Sons . Cotterill , S.T. , & Fransen , K. ( 2016

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David I. Anderson

functioning ( Anderson et al., 2013 , 2018 ; Campos et al., 2000 ). Moreover, the onset of independent locomotion is more than a maturational forecaster of changes in psychological function that are about to happen. Instead, locomotion appears to induce or facilitate these changes. As noted earlier