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Acute Aerobic Exercise on Psychophysiological Stress Responses in Highly Trained Cyclists W. Jack Rejeski * Edward Gregg * Amy Thompson * Michael Berry * 6 1991 13 2 188 199 10.1123/jsep.13.2.188 Comments Experimenter Naivete and Imagery Practice Paul R. Surburg * Paul E. Turner * 6 1991 13

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in the Motivating Factors for Exercise Paul G. Campbell * Domhnall MacAuley * Evelyn McCrum * Alun Evans * 9 2001 23 3 191 199 10.1123/jsep.23.3.191 Sport Psychology “Don’t Miss!” The Debilitating Effects of Suppressive Imagery on Golf Putting Performance Sian L. Beilock * James A

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Weiss * 3 1981 3 1 17 29 10.1123/jsp.3.1.17 Self-confidence and Motor Performance of Preadolescent Boys and Girls Studied in Different Feedback Situations Charles B. Corbin * Michael J. Stewart * William O. Blair * 3 1981 3 1 30 34 10.1123/jsp.3.1.30 Cognitive Demand, Imagery, and Frequency of

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of Perceived Motivational Climate on Achievement Goals in Physical Education: A Structural Equation Mixture Modeling Analysis John C. K. Wang * Woon Chia Liu * Nikos L. D. Chatzisarantis * Coral B. S. Lim * 6 2010 32 3 324 338 10.1123/jsep.32.3.324 The Use of Imagery to Manipulate Challenge

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-motor Behavior Rehearsal, Relaxation, and Imagery on Karate Performance Robert S. Weinberg * Thomas G. Seabourne * Allen Jackson * 9 1981 3 3 228 238 10.1123/jsp.3.3.228 Personal Distances of Squash and Badminton Players: A Preliminary Study Martin J. Lee * Hilary Roberts * 9 1981 3 3 239 243 10

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Sport Psychology Today The Development of Models for Sport Psychology: Examining the USOC Guidelines Steven R. Heyman * 6 1984 6 2 125 132 10.1123/jsp.6.2.125 Sport Psychology Digest Sport Psychology Digest 6 1984 6 2 133 147 10.1123/jsp.6.2.133 Research Tie Hole of Visual Imagery in Recall of

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.3.181 Winners' and Losers' Attributions for Success and Failure in a Series of Athletic Events William M. Bukowski Jr. * DeWayne Moore * 9 1980 2 3 195 210 10.1123/jsp.2.3.195 The Relationship of Mental Imagery and Mental Rehearsal to Performance of a Motor Task Martha L. Epstein * 9 1980 2 3 211 220 10

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States and Physiological Responses to Different Types of Motivational General Imagery Jennifer Cumming * Tom Olphin * Michelle Law * 10 2007 29 5 629 644 10.1123/jsep.29.5.629 Testing Self-Determined Motivation as a Mediator of the Relationship between Psychological Needs and Affective and

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.1123/jsp.4.4.354 Personal and Situational Factors Associated with Dropping out versus Maintaining Participation in Competitive Sport Timothy T. Robinson * Albert V. Carron * 12 1982 4 4 364 378 10.1123/jsp.4.4.364 The Effects of Internal and External Imagery on Muscular and Ocular Concomitants Bruce D

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Research Application of Imagery Theory to Sport Psychology: Some Preliminary Findings Jeffrey E. Hecker * Linda M. Kaczor 12 1988 10 4 363 373 10.1123/jsep.10.4.363 Sport Leadership in a Cross-National Setting: The Case of Japanese and Canadian University Athletes Packianathan Chelladurai