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Chris Wagstaff, Rebecca Hings, Rebecca Larner and David Fletcher

detrimental impact it can have on health, well-being, and performance. Indeed, burnout has been associated with negative affective, cognitive, motivational, and behavioral consequences such as decreased performance, overtraining, reduced sense of accomplishment, depressed mood, feelings of helplessness

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Jarred Pilgrim, Peter Kremer and Sam Robertson

are important, the attitudes of significant others, such as those of the coach, could be even more important in forging cultural norms that affect the behaviors of those within their sphere of influence ( Moreland et al., 2017 ). In Australian golf, national coaches assume an influential role in state

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Moira Lafferty and Caroline Wakefield

exclusion if they did not attend. Participant 1 talked about how not attending might affect future socials, describing how “everyone encouraged us to go . . . like older years . . . to get to know people better, and I knew if I didn’t go on the first one I probably wouldn’t go on them again,” while

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Kurtis Pankow, Amber D. Mosewich and Nicholas L. Holt

use of positive and negative affective tactics, being malleable in the nature and number of outcomes sought, having an interactive locus of causality (i.e., a belief that people and situations together will influence outcomes), a selective level of control over outcomes, and targeting elites as a

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Stephen Pack, Monna Arvinen-Barrow, Stacy Winter and Brian Hemmings

-Barrow, 2018 ). Typically defined as “communication which is perceived by any of the interacting parties as humorous behavior that leads to laughter, smiling, or a feeling of amusement” ( Robinson, 1991 , p. 10), humor is a complex biopsychosocial phenomenon consisting of physiological, cognitive, affective

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Alexander T. Latinjak, Marc Masó and Nikos Comoutos

. doi:10.1123/tsp.15.3.306 10.1123/tsp.15.3.306 Hardy , J. , Hall , C.R. , & Alexander , M.R. ( 2001 ). Exploring self-talk and affective states in sport . Journal of Sport Sciences, 19 , 469 – 475 . doi:10.1080/026404101750238926 10.1080/026404101750238926 Hardy , J. , Hall , C

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Robert Weinberg

.R. ( 2001 ). Exploring self-talk and affective states in sport . Journal of Sports Sciences, 19 , 469 – 475 . PubMed doi:10.1080/026404101750238926 10.1080/026404101750238926 Hardy , J. , Roberts , R. , & Hardy , L. ( 2009 ). Awareness and motivation to change negative self-talk . The Sport

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Ashley M. Duguay, Todd M. Loughead and James M. Cook

also provide actionable information in applied settings. Future research is encouraged to build from the present findings by, for example, determining if an optimal degree of shared athlete leadership exists, examining possible antecedent conditions that may affect the optimal degree of shared athlete

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Jonathan Rhodes, Jon May, Jackie Andrade and David Kavanagh

independent-groups design was not the core focus of the study, but it is one worth reporting. Of note, the repeated-measures design holds significant value, as it indicates that FIT develops character. A second limitation is the cascaded stepped-wedge design, which could affect consistency with FIT delivery

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Jordan D. Herbison, Luc J. Martin and Mustafa Sarkar

enjoy going to the rink every day to get better” (P.3.CHL). This passion seemed to facilitate the training and development that helped each player to eventually reach the NHL. Furthermore, the ability to separate thoughts (i.e., cognitions) and emotions (i.e., affect) related to hockey from their