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Vagner D.O. Tavares, Kell G. da Costa, Daniel A.R. Cabral, Maria L.M. Rego, Menna Price and Eduardo B. Fontes

cardiorespiratory fitness independently predicts reaction time for general and drug-specific inhibitory control, which indicates the possible benefits of having higher cardiorespiratory fitness on cognition for individuals with SUD. Several studies have demonstrated the benefits of cardiorespiratory fitness on

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Alexander T. Latinjak

? Consciousness and Cognition, 22 , 1412 – 1421 . doi:10.1016/j.concog.2013.09.012 10.1016/j.concog.2013.09.012 Seli P. , Carriere J.S. , Levene M. , & Smilek D. ( 2013 ). How few and far between? Examining the effects of probe rate on self-reported mind wandering . Frontiers in Psychology, 4

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Kevin M. Antshel, Laura E. VanderDrift and Jeffrey S. Pauline

The NCAA Growth, Opportunities, Aspirations and Learning of Students in College data were used to explore the relationship between self-reported high levels of difficulties thinking or concentrating and grade point average (GPA) in college student-athletes. We specifically investigated the mediators of the relationship between self-reported high levels of difficulties thinking or concentrating and GPA. Results revealed there was a significant indirect effect between self-reporting the highest level of difficulties thinking or concentrating and service use through GPA, moderated by identity, full model: F(4, 14738) = 184.28, p < .001; R 2 = .22. The athletic/academic identity variable acted as a moderator of the mediating effect of GPA on the relationship between self-reported high levels of difficulties thinking or concentrating and the use of academic resources on campus. If a student-athlete who is self-reporting high levels of difficulties thinking or concentrating identifies more as a student, GPA is likely to prompt academic service use. However, if the student-athlete identifies more as an athlete, GPA is less likely to lead to use of campus academic support resources.

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Jeffrey J. Milroy, Stephen Hebard, Emily Kroshus and David L. Wyrick

, 1970 ) attachment theory, a developmental paradigm constructed to organize human behavior, cognition, and emotion from infancy to adulthood, explains the influence of interpersonal dynamics in close relationships on how individuals respond during periods of marked distress. These early experiences have

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Steven Love, Lee Kannis-Dymand and Geoff P. Lovell

experientially incompatible because mindfulness involves maintaining self-awareness, whereas flow involves losing self-awareness. In their multi study approach to this argument, Sheldon, Prentice, and Halusic ( 2015 ) found that while the two shared a sense of control aspect of cognition, the activity absorption

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Emily Kroshus, Sara P.D. Chrisman, Jeffrey J. Milroy and Christine M. Baugh

, Mackinlay, Wilkening, & Weber, 2009 ; Reyna & Farley, 2006 ), such as, perhaps, the score of the game. Consequently, even if learning does occur during the diagnosis and recovery process and there is a subsequent change in cognitions about concussion reporting, this may have little bearing on whether this

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Tobias Lundgren, Gustaf Reinebo, Markus Näslund and Thomas Parling

cognition ( Hayes, Barnes-Holmes, & Roche, 2001 ). ACT aims to promote psychological flexibility (PF) in order to help individuals to live in concordance with personal values and goals ( Hayes et al., 1999 ). PF is defined as persisting or changing actions towards chosen goals or values while consciously

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Diane M. Wiese-Bjornstal, Kristin N. Wood, Amanda J. Wambach, Andrew C. White and Victor J. Rubio

relationships between personal factors of R/S affiliation and commitment and specific coping-related cognitions, emotions, and behaviors following sport injury. The institutional review board approved the study protocol. Consent information and the survey instrument were prepared using the Qualtrics online

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Emily Kroshus, Jessica Wagner, David L. Wyrick and Brian Hainline

.59 (0.97) 1.55 (0.80) Results of the multilevel regression models in which each target cognition were predicted by time and age are presented in Table  4 . There is a significant effect of time on mental health literacy (B = −1.28, SE  = 0.13, p  < .001), sport stigma (B = −0.37, SE  = 0.13, p

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Laura K. Fewell, Riley Nickols, Amanda Schlitzer Tierney and Cheri A. Levinson

opportunity to gain awareness and challenge cognitions and mindset associated with unbalanced exercise behaviors. Patients frequently processed thoughts and feelings around exercise with the CSCS throughout treatment, and they participated in supported individual and group fitness sessions with the CSCS to