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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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Editorial FROM THE EDITOR Esther Thelen 4 2005 9 2 117 118 10.1123/mcj.9.2.117 Research The Movement-Specific Effect of Motor Imagery on the Premotor Time Sheng Li * Jennifer A. Stevens * Derek G. Kamper * William Z. Rymer * 4 2005 9 2 119 128 10.1123/mcj.9.2.119 Effects of Response Task

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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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. Blais * 3 1995 17 1 35 53 10.1123/jsep.17.1.35 Using Mental Imagery to Enhance Intrinsic Motivation Kathleen A. Martin * Craig R. Hall * 3 1995 17 1 54 69 10.1123/jsep.17.1.54 Multidimensional Self-concepts of Elite Athletes: How Do They Differ from the General Population? Herbert W. Marsh * Clark

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the Movement Imagery Questionnaire Sarah E. Williams * Jennifer Cumming * Nikos Ntoumanis * Sanna M. Nordin-Bates * Richard Ramsey * Craig Hall * 10 2012 34 5 621 646 10.1123/jsep.34.5.621 Exercise Identity and Attribution Properties Predict Negative Self-Conscious Emotions for Exercise

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Basketball Teams Maureen R. Weiss * Warren D. Friedrichs * 12 1986 8 4 332 346 10.1123/jsp.8.4.332 Comments Internal and External Imagery Concomitants Revisited: A Comment on Harris and Robinson (1986) Bruce D. Hale * 12 1986 8 4 347 348 10.1123/jsp.8.4.347 Research A Comment to a Comment … Much Ado