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? William V. Massey * Stacy L. Gnacinski * Barbara B. Meyer * 12 2015 9 4 317 334 10.1123/jcsp.2014-0042 Intolerance of Uncertainty as a Predictor of Performance Anxiety and Robustness of Sport Confidence in University Student-Athletes Gary Robinson * Mark Freeston * 12 2015 9 4 335 344 10

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Article The Effect of Load Uncertainty and Foreperiod Regularity on Anticipatory and Compensatory Neuromotor Control in Catching William P. Berg * Michael R. Hughes * 1 2017 21 1 1 25 10.1123/mc.2015-0003 Effects of Unilateral Muscle Fatigue on Performance and Force Coordination in Bimanual

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.2.114 In Search of an Alternative Explanation of Stacking in Baseball: The Uncertainty Hypothesis Marc Lavoie * Wilbert M. Leonard II * 6 1994 11 2 140 154 10.1123/ssj.11.2.140 Carrying the Ideological Ball: Text, Discourse, and Pleasure Suren Lalvani * 6 1994 11 2 155 174 10.1123/ssj.11.2.155 Body

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Original Research Assessment of the Propagation of Uncertainty on Link Segment Model Results Daniel Cury Ribeiro * Jefferson Fagundes Loss * 10 2010 14 4 411 423 10.1123/mcj.14.4.411 Research Visual Feedforward Control in Human Locomotion During Avoidance of Obstacles that Change Size

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* 3 2016 33 1 66 74 10.1123/ssj.2015-0037 Feminist Cultural Studies: Uncertainties and Possibilities Mary Louise Adams * Michelle T. Helstein * Kyoung-yim Kim * Mary G. McDonald * Judy Davidson * Katherine M. Jamieson * Samantha King * Geneviéve Rail * 3 2016 33 1 75 91 10.1123/ssj

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Research Medical Uncertainty and Clinician–Athlete Relations: The Management of Concussion Injuries in Rugby Union Dominic Malcolm * 6 2009 26 2 191 210 10.1123/ssj.26.2.191 Defamiliarizing Heavy-Contact Sports: A Critical Examination of Rugby, Discipline, and Pleasure Richard Pringle * 6 2009

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10.1123/jab.19.1.49 Effects of Step Uncertainty on Impact Peaks, Shock Attenuation, and Knee/Subtalar Synchrony in Treadmill Running Joshua M. Thomas * Timothy R. Derrick * 2 2003 19 1 60 70 10.1123/jab.19.1.60 Technical Note Frequency-Domain Analysis Detects Previously Unidentified Changes in

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Akira Asada and Yong Jae Ko

potential fans should be identified and incorporated in the proposed model. Specifically, based on the basic tenets of the social identity approach, we propose potential moderating roles of need for uniqueness and self-uncertainty. Need for uniqueness Brewer ( 1991 ) argued that social identity arises from

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Jennifer M. Medina McKeon and Patrick O. McKeon

outcomes (95% confidence around the mean difference), there was uncertainty as to whether vestibular rehabilitation would result, on average, in beneficial changes for every athlete who suffered a concussion. In other words, there appeared to be a trend in improvement at the group level, but this was

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.1123/apaq.2.2.117 Effects of an Individual Contingency on Behaviorally Disordered Students in Physical Education Kathy Jeltma E. William Vogler * 4 1985 2 2 127 135 10.1123/apaq.2.2.127 Two Conditions of Uncertainty and Their Effects on Reaction Time of Mentally Retarded Adolescents Paul R. Surburg