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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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Tammy Sheehy, Sam Zizzi, Kristen Dieffenbach and Lee-Ann Sharp

been shown to be a key component of the consulting relationship ( Sharp, Hodge, & Danish, 2015 ), and developing a trusting relationship between the SPC and client has been highlighted as encouraging clients to openly discuss different factors that affect their performance ( Poczwardowski & Sherman

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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

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

argued that it is the athletes’ interpretations of these behaviors that affects leadership outcomes, not the behaviors themselves. Studies including coach observations and athlete perceptions would make a valuable contribution to the field. These limitations notwithstanding, this study makes several

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Ross Wadey, Kylie Roy-Davis, Lynne Evans, Karen Howells, Jade Salim and Ceri Diss

behavior), and physical (e.g., superior performance, enhanced body awareness). Adversity is seen as a relational state between individuals and their environment reflective of hardship or suffering that incorporates stressors, cognitions, and affect ( Howells & Fletcher, 2015 ). However, while some

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Shannon Gadbois, Anne Bowker, Linda Rose-Krasnor and Leanne Findlay

behavioral measures of participation. Furthermore, psychological engagement has been increasingly recognized as a multidimensional construct. For example, Rose-Krasnor ( 2009 ) proposed that youths’ engagement in activities seems to arise from their emotions (affective component), thoughts (cognitive