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Jessica L. David, Matthew D. Powless, Jacqueline E. Hyman, DeJon M. Purnell, Jesse A. Steinfeldt and Shelbi Fisher

& Sanderson, 2012 , p. 509). The transmission of critical feedback is not an isolated incident and greatly affects student athletes on a larger scale. One area in particular that is heavily affected is student athletes’ psychological well-being. Sanderson and Truax ( 2014 ) likened the exchange of critical

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Wonseok Jang, Yong Jae Ko, Daniel L. Wann and Daehwan Kim

when sport spectatorship may positively influence happiness by using energy as a key metaphor. The concept of energy has received considerable attention from psychologists, who often use it as a metaphor to understand psychological well-being, such as feelings of enjoyment ( Ryan & Frederick, 1997

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Jacqueline McDowell, Yung-Kuei Huang and Arran Caza

, job performance, and psychological well-being as a result of increased PsyCap. These researchers stressed the need to examine the effects of authentic leadership in other sports contexts. Hence, this study contributes to the sport management and authentic leadership literatures by testing new

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Yonghwan Chang, Daniel L. Wann and Yuhei Inoue

on the idea that negativity bias diminishes over time parallel to the decreasing motivation for informational processing and the increasing motivation for psychological well-being ( Xing & Isaacowitz, 2006 ). In other words, despite the potency and intensity of negative events that render these

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Jeeyoon Kim and Jeffrey D. James

.1086/209154 10.1086/209154 Biddle , S.J. ( 2000 ). Emotion, mood and physical activity . In S. Biddle , K. Fox , & S. Boutcher (Eds.), Physical activity and psychological well-being (pp.  63 – 87 ). London, UK : Routledge . Brajsa-Zganec , A. , Merkas , M. , & Sverko , I. ( 2011

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Kirstin Hallmann, Anita Zehrer, Sheranne Fairley and Lea Rossi

functioned as predictors of satisfaction (e.g.,  Finkelstein, 2008 ), intention to return (e.g.,  Johnson et al., 2017 ), and psychological well-being (e.g.,  Kumnig et al., 2015 ). Social role theory suggests that roles are constituted through typical activities ( Eagly et al., 2000 ), thus motives differ

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Matthew Katz, Aaron C. Mansfield and B. David Tyler

spectatorship with psychological well-being ( Wann, Waddill, Polk, & Weaver, 2011 ), life satisfaction ( Inoue et al., 2017 ), happiness ( Kim & James, 2019 ), and social well-being ( Inoue, Funk, et al., 2015 ); yet the social connections that influence such relationships have yet to be examined through the

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Jon Welty Peachey, Laura Burton, Janelle Wells and Mi Ryoung Chung

.1177/146499341001100301 Deci , E.L. , & Ryan , R.M. ( 2008 ). Facilitating optimal motivation and psychological well-being across life’s domains . Canadian Psychology, 49 ( 1 ), 14 – 23 . doi:10.1037/0708-5591.49.1.14 10.1037/0708-5591.49.1.14 Dysvik , A. , Kuvaas , B. , & Gagné , M. ( 2013 ). An investigation

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Yonghwan Chang, Yong Jae Ko and Brad D. Carlson

, 2010 ; Levy et al., 2017 ). As such, highly involved consumers’ novelty-seeking behaviors could be involuntary as they inherently pursue psychological well-being by optimizing their cognitive stimulation level ( Shiota et el., 2017 ). Implicit attitudes and explicit affective attitudes (from

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Lauren C. Hindman and Nefertiti A. Walker

directly or indirectly impact women’s career paths. They also result in emotional responses that can negatively affect not only women’s psychological well-being but also their job performance. Emotional repercussions Words like anxious, disgusted, rattled, angry, shaken, confused, and discouraged are used