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Kelsey Dow, Robert Pritchett, Karen Roemer and Kelly Pritchett

alcohol and tobacco consumption 24 h prior to testing, maintain regular caffeine consumption throughout the duration of the study, and continue normal exercise routines. Participants completed a familiarization trial for the performance tests. Due to the participants’ standing as university volleyball

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Alexander J. Bedard, Kevin A. Bigelman, Lynn R. Fielitz, Jeffrey D. Coelho, William B. Kobbe, Renard O. Barone, Nicholas H. Gist and John E. Palmer

. , Augustsson , J. , & Svantesson , U. ( 2009 ). Gender differences and reliability of selected physical performance tests in young women and men . Advances in Physiotherapy, 11 , 64 – 70 . doi:10.1080/14038190801999679 10.1080/14038190801999679 Baumgartner , T.A. , Oh , S. , Chung , H. , & Hales

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Howard N. Zelaznik

.R. ( 1987 ). Timing of skilled motor performance: Tests of the proportional duration model . Psychological Review, 94 , 255 – 276 . doi:10.1037/0033-295X.94.2.255 10.1037/0033-295X.94.2.255 Gibbon , J. ( 1977 ). Scalar expectancy theory and Weber’s law in animal timing . Psychological Review, 84

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Peter Hastie

in response to criticism from physical education theorists that performance tests often test students on something that is completely unrelated to successful game play ( Veal, 1993 ), a premise supported by studies that have shown that sport-specific-skills tests poorly predict game performance (e