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Amy Whitehead, Kanayo Umeh, Barbara Walsh, Eleanor Whittaker and Colum Cronin

development of more self-determined regulations, which underpin task persistence and psychological well-being ( Ryan & Deci, 2000 ; Sheldon, Elliot, Kim, & Kasser, 2001 ). Autonomy is characterized by feelings of choice and being able to choose one’s own behavior. Relatedness refers to feeling connectedness

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Pooja Somasundaram and Alexandra M. Burgess

anxiety, depression, and suicidality ( Bardone-Cone, 2007 ; Burgess et al., 2016 ; Hewitt & Flett, 1991 ). The differential relationship of striving and evaluative concerns to aspects of psychological well-being suggests that each of these two dimensions of perfectionism should be examined separately in

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Wonseok Jang, Yong Jae Ko, Daniel L. Wann and Daehwan Kim

when sport spectatorship may positively influence happiness by using energy as a key metaphor. The concept of energy has received considerable attention from psychologists, who often use it as a metaphor to understand psychological well-being, such as feelings of enjoyment ( Ryan & Frederick, 1997

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Ali Al-Yaaribi and Maria Kavussanu

teammate behavior should lead to positive affect, which in turn should reduce burnout. Antisocial Behavior Antisocial behavior is behavior that violates others’ rights and can have consequences for the individual’s physical or psychological well-being ( Kavussanu & Boardley, 2009 ; Kavussanu, Stanger

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Enzo Iuliano, Giovanni Fiorilli, Giovanna Aquino, Alfonso Di Costanzo, Giuseppe Calcagno and Alessandra di Cagno

also usually increases subjective memory problems ( Hülür et al., 2015 ), whereas the reduction of depressive symptoms, obtained with exercise, may improve subjective memory perception ( Greer, Sunderajan, Grannemann, Kurian, & Trivedi, 2014 ). Furthermore, psychological well-being and consequently

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Trevor Cote, Amy Baltzell and Robert Diehl

indicating that MBIs appear to enhance psychological well-being through adaptive responses to stress and negative mind states ( Weinstein, Brown, & Ryan, 2009 ). With the NCAA (National Collegiate Athletic Association) recognizing the need and challenge to provide mental health support to their student

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Karin Moesch, Andreas Ivarsson and Urban Johnson

, & Robins, 2011 ; Sharma & Rush, 2014 ; Virgili, 2015 ). In an attempt to clarify the mechanisms lying behind mindfulness practice effects on psychological well-being, Lindsay and Creswell ( 2017 ) presented the monitor and acceptance theory (MAT). This theory postulates that monitoring and acceptance

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Nicole T. Gabana, Aaron D’Addario, Matteo Luzzeri, Stinne Soendergaard and Y. Joel Wong

psychological well-being (state gratitude, sport satisfaction, and perceived social support) and decreases in ill-being (psychological distress and athlete burnout) following a 90-minute “Attitude of Gratitude” workshop with NCAA Division I athletes. More research in this area is needed to substantiate these

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Byron Lai, Eunbi Lee, Mayumi Wagatsuma, Georgia Frey, Heidi Stanish, Taeyou Jung and James H. Rimmer

age <18 years 17 37 [5–159] Social skills and relationships, physical skill development, and psychological well-being Bloemen et al. (2017) CP SyR Inception—2016 10.7 years 7 36 [15–102] Physical activity Butler et al. (2010) CP SyR Inception—2008 All samples <20 years 3 34 [13–68] Aerobic fitness and

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Florence-Emilie Kinnafick, Cecilie Thøgersen-Ntoumani, Sam O. Shepherd, Oliver J. Wilson, Anton J.M. Wagenmakers and Christopher S. Shaw

The prevalence of physical inactivity worldwide and associated noncommunicable diseases are a growing concern ( Lee et al., 2012 ). A regularly active lifestyle has consistently been shown to contribute to improved physiological and psychological well-being (e.g., cardiovascular risk factors