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* Perry H. Prestholdt * 6 1986 8 2 88 104 10.1123/jsp.8.2.88 The Effects of Skill Level on EMG Activity during Internal and External Imagery Dorothy V. Harris * William J. Robinson * 6 1986 8 2 105 111 10.1123/jsp.8.2.105 Physical Performance and Self-Efficacy under Happy and Sad Moods David

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.2017-0306 jsep.2017-0306 Team Action Imagery and Team Cognition: Imagery of Game Situations and Required Team Actions Promotes a Functional Structure in Players’ Representations of Team-Level Tactics Cornelia Frank * Gian-Luca Linstromberg * Linda Hennig * Thomas Heinen * Thomas Schack * 1 02

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* Nathalie Aelterman * Leen Haerens * Bart Soenens * 03 06 2017 02 2017 39 1 67 80 10.1123/jsep.2015-0326 jsep.2015-0326 Kinesthetic Imagery Provides Additive Benefits to Internal Visual Imagery on Slalom Task Performance Nichola Callow * Dan Jiang * Ross Roberts * Martin G. Edwards * 03 06

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.1123/jsep.30.2.171 A Season-Long Team-Building Intervention: Examining the Effect of Team Goal Setting on Cohesion Julie Senécal * Todd M. Loughead * Gordon A. Bloom * 4 2008 30 2 186 199 10.1123/jsep.30.2.186 Movement Imagery Ability: Development and Assessment of a Revised Version of the Vividness

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Profiles: A Cluster Analytic Investigation of Athletes’ Perceptions of Their Relationship With Their Coach Ben Jackson * Daniel F. Gucciardi * James A. Dimmock * 6 2011 33 3 394 415 10.1123/jsep.33.3.394 Measuring Athlete Imagery Ability: The Sport Imagery Ability Questionnaire Sarah E. Williams

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Cornelia Frank, Taeho Kim and Thomas Schack

covertly practicing a motor action are practice by repeated imagery or by repeated observation. While both forms have shown to be associated with persisting improvements in motor performance (e.g.,  Driskell, Copper, & Moran, 1994 ; Shea, Wright, Wulf, & Whitacre, 2000 ), only little research has looked

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Kim Gammage, Desi McEwan, Lori Dithurbide, Alison Ede, Karl Erickson, Blair Evans, Larkin Lamarche, Sean Locke, Eric Martin and Kathleen Wilson

website: https://www.tandfonline.com/loi/uedi20 Author website: https://www.cincinnatichildrens.org/bio/h/kendra-homan Turning Words Into Numbers: Mixed-Methods Analysis of Athletes’ Imagery Use This study was designed to illustrate numerical transformation (transforming qualitative data into

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Holsgaard-Larsen * Paolo Caserotti * Lis Puggaard * Per Aagaard * 4 2011 19 2 117 136 10.1123/japa.19.2.117 The Effect of Guided Relaxation and Exercise Imagery on Self-Reported Leisure-Time Exercise Behaviors in Older Adults Bang Hyun Kim * Roberta A. Newton * Michael L. Sachs * Peter R

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Research Efficacy of External and Internal Visual Imagery Perspectives for the Enhancement of Performance on Tasks in Which Form Is Important Lew Hardy * Nichola Callow * 6 1999 21 2 95 112 10.1123/jsep.21.2.95 Stress and Burnout among Collegiate Tennis Coaches Betty C. Kelley * Robert C

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Vellapandian Ponnusamy, Michelle Guerrero and Jeffrey J. Martin

The quintessential goal of most sport psychology consultants is to teach athletes how to achieve optimal performance in any given circumstance. This is often accomplished through the implementation of a psychological skills training (PST) program wherein a set of psychological strategies (e.g., imagery