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Jana L. Fogaca, Jack C. Watson II and Sam J. Zizzi

shadowing experiences. Although shadowing is a common practice in graduate programs, sport psychology researchers have not investigated its effectiveness in the past. In the present sample, students who had this experience appreciated their learning and demonstrated increased self-awareness and awareness of

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John M. Dunn

An historical view of the life and contributions of Hollis Francis Fait to the field of special physical education is presented in this article. Dr. Fait’s childhood, education, and early career are explored as well as his success in developing at the University of Connecticut one of the first graduate programs to train physical educators to work with the handicapped. Dr. Fait’s perspectives on athletics, administration, minorities, and scholarship are described. His belief in the need for concise language and clarity of thought demonstrated in his own scholarship is discussed.

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Robin S. Vealey, Nick Galli and Robert J. Harmison

graduate programs is an important professional responsibility for veteran certificants. As Scherzer and Reel ( 2018 ) note, it may be that some veteran certificants choose not to recertify because of the exam or continuing education requirements. We realize that there will be turnover in mentors for

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Jim Potvin

performed some analyses on my lacrosse team. I knew immediately that I wanted to be a Sports Biomechanist. Wayne mentored me through my undergrad, but, when it came time to apply to graduate programs in the mid-1980s, he advised me that funding was limited for sports science in North America and, unless I

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Steven K. Holland and Justin A. Haegele

interview guide, which included prompts centered around the three types of occupational socialization. The guide included questions such as “What stands out to you about the training you received in your APE graduate program?” “How would you describe your first year of teaching so far?” and “What

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Brian J. Foster and Graig M. Chow

 al. ( 2016 ), where their approach was selected in order to minimize response biases. To adapt items, five doctoral students and one professor from a sport psychology graduate program at a university in the Southeastern United States evaluated each of the new items based on the recommended protocol offered

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Wesley J. Wilson and K. Andrew R. Richards

). Analysis of graduate programs in adapted physical education in the United States . International Journal of Kinesiology in Higher Education, 3 ( 2 ), 47 – 57 . doi:10.1080/24711616.2018.1535262 10.1080/24711616.2018.1535262 Obrusnikova , I. , & Kelly , L.E. ( 2009 ). Caseloads and job demographics

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Kendahl M. Shortway, Andrew Wolanin, Jennifer Block-Lerner and Donald Marks

-based practices may also be included in the curriculum of athletic training graduate programs (see Danitz, Orsillo, Lenda, Shortway, & Block-Lerner, 2016 ). In addition to directly benefitting the athletic trainers, the inclusion of mindfulness practice at the level of athletic trainers may result in a greater

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Alessandro Quartiroli, Edward F. Etzel, Sharon M. Knight and Rebecca A. Zakrajsek

professional quality of life evolved as they developed professionally (e.g., “ How did your conceptualization of professional quality of life change throughout your career starting from the beginning of your graduate program?” ). Data collection The first author conducted all interviews to ensure consistency