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Sports: Development of a Leadership Scale P. Chelladurai * S. D. Saleh * 4 1980 2 1 34 45 10.1123/jsp.2.1.34 Play: A Definition and Implied Interrelationships with Culture and Sport Janet C. Harris * 4 1980 2 1 46 61 10.1123/jsp.2.1.46 Sex Differences and Parental Influence in Sport Involvement of

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in Distributional Characteristics between 1985 and 1997 Jim Dollman * Tim Olds * Kevin Norton * David Stuart * 5 1999 11 2 108 121 10.1123/pes.11.2.108 Research Sex Differences in Running Economy of Young Children Don W. Morgan * Wayland Tseh * Jennifer L. Caputo * Ian S. Craig

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* Christopher D. Ingersoll * 11 2005 14 4 332 337 10.1123/jsr.14.4.332 Ground-Reaction Forces during Form Skipping and Running Sam T. Johnson * Grace M. Golden * John A. Mercer * Brent C. Mangus * Mark A. Hoffman * 11 2005 14 4 338 345 10.1123/jsr.14.4.338 Sex Differences in Eccentric Hip

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Research Sport Psychologist's Digest Deborah L. Feltz Atsushi Fujita Daniel R. Gould Jack Halbert Yuri Hanin Luc M. Lefebvre John Ragan Hermann Rieder John Silva Julie Simon William F. Straub 9 1981 3 3 178 189 10.1123/jsp.3.3.178 Sex Differences in the Aspects of Team Sport

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Thomas A. Haugen, Paul A. Solberg, Carl Foster, Ricardo Morán-Navarro, Felix Breitschädel and Will G. Hopkins

the range of 23.9 (10,000 m) to 28.5 years (discus throw) and for women in the range of 24.7 (pole vault) to 28.1 years (discus throw). The same authors found clear sex differences in peak age among runners (mean, ±90% CL: men 25.1, ±0.3 y vs women 26.2, ±0.4 y) and throwers (men 28.0, ±0.4 y vs women

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Megan Elizabeth Evelyn Mormile, Jody L. Langdon and Tamerah Nicole Hunt

Covassin and colleagues found no significance in either motor processing speed or reaction time. 22 This same sample of collegiate athletes also endorsed mild symptoms at baseline, in which sex differences were also determined. 22 The identification of symptoms at a baseline assessment with no evidence

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Ali S. Tejani, Bert B. Vargas, Emily F. Middleton and Mu Huang

sex differences in eye movements, 13 it was hypothesized that there will be significant sex differences in eye movements, in terms of total number of saccades and visual contrast acuity. Methods Participants Forty healthy National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division III basketball ( n

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* 8 2015 31 4 229 236 10.1123/jab.2014-0166 Combined Effects of Drop Height and Fatigue on Landing Mechanics in Active Females D. Clark Dickin * Emily Johann * He Wang * Jennifer K. Popp * 8 2015 31 4 237 243 10.1123/jab.2014-0190 Sex Differences During an Overhead Squat Assessment Timothy C

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Sophia Nimphius

suggested term gender/sex , because gender and sex have been considered nearly inseparable in neuropsychology and therefore it is difficult to purely assess biological sex differences that have implications for motor behavior. References 1. Kaiser A . Re-conceptualizing “sex” and “gender” in the human

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Thomas Haugen, Gøran Paulsen, Stephen Seiler and Øyvind Sandbakk

, rowers, and cross-country (XC) skiers, providing the opportunity to reanalyze human upper limits, historical trends, and sex differences. In this invited review, we define the current “world records” in physiological capacity: human upper limits of aerobic and anaerobic power. Unpublished observations