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Jenny H. Conviser, Amanda Schlitzer Tierney and Riley Nickols

malnourished and engaging in unhealthy weight control practices. Athletic body types can elevate body mass index, one indicator of ED risk, and mask the outward appearance of poor nutrition. Eating disorders do not always immediately result in a decline in fitness and sport performance. Athletes may appear

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Jenny H. Conviser, Amanda Schlitzer Tierney and Riley Nickols

severity of EDs are underestimated, especially when the athlete is performing well, creating a false sense of health and wellness. In addition, athletes will characteristically work hard to meet the demands of the sport and mask any emerging performance deficiencies. Performance decrements and medical

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Esmie P. Smith, Andrew P. Hill and Howard K. Hall

used SOP and Madigan et al. used a combination of subdimensions from other instruments to capture PS (personal standards and striving for perfection). SOP is considered to be particularly complex dimension of perfectionism in that it includes motivational components that mask vulnerability to

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Richard E. Tahtinen and Hafrun Kristjansdottir

). This socialization process may be especially prevalent within the sport culture where masking vulnerability ( Doherty, Hannigan, & Campbell, 2016 ) and exhibiting toughness, and ignoring or downplaying injury may be highly valued ( Martin, 2005 ; Steinfeldt, Steinfeldt, England, & Speight, 2009

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Tanya R. Prewitt-White

other things, grooming prevention and boundary education training targeting athletes, parents, coaches, staff members and administrators alike ( Stirling & Kerr, 2009 ; Wurtele, 2012 ). Grooming Prevention and Boundary Education for Coaches The success a perpetrator has in masking his grooming for

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

, and exercises, introduce and support new strategies that deviate from the “control-and-eliminate” agenda. It is likely that athletes are familiar with dismissing or masking pain as well as judging injury and restricted sport participation as weakness or threatening. By highlighting the lack of