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Tobias Lundgren, Gustaf Reinebo, Markus Näslund and Thomas Parling

discussion in sport psychology. Concerns has been raised that objective performance measures may be affected by a number of uncontrollable factors in the environment which can threaten the validity of the measure ( Thelwell, Greenlees, & Weston, 2006 ). It is true, especially in team sports such as ice

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Edson Filho

tasks ( Basevitch et al., 2011 ; Filho et al., 2016 ). Performance The objective performance measure was the amount of time juggling, rounded to the nearest second. Specifically, the jugglers were asked to keep the balls in the air for 30 s or as long as they could, consistent with previous research on