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Psychological Skills and Characteristics Facilitative of Youth Athletes’ Development: A Systematic Review

Lea-Cathrin Dohme, David Piggott, Susan Backhouse, and Gareth Morgan

review is to provide such synthesis by fulfilling three objectives: to identify PSCs perceived as facilitative of talented youth athletes’ development, to group and label synonymous PSCs, and to categorize PSCs based on definitions established by Dohme et al. ( 2017 ). Method Development of Search

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Reflecting on the Development of a Conceptual Framework for Sport Coaching

John Lyle

process has been a continuing feature of my work since that time. The initial ‘contents list’ for the coaching theory module reflected a number of themes: role, definitions, philosophy (approach), responsibilities, and sport-specific behaviours. These were rehearsed in an early publication ( Lyle, 1981

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What Is Physical Literacy? An International Review and Analysis of Definitions

Richard Bailey, Iva Glibo, Katrin Koenen, and Nadia Samsudin

—physical education, sports coaching, sports development, and health-enhancing physical activity—into a coherent agenda for research and practice ( Castelli et al., 2014 ). Despite its popularity, questions remain about the coherence of the definitions used within the physical literacy field ( Bailey, 2021 ; Keegan

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Competence—One Term, Various Definitions: A Scoping Review for Sports Coach Education and Research

Annalena Möhrle

-speaking countries (especially acquisition of competence) ( Grote et al., 2006 ; Hapke & Engelhardt, 2022 ). Such complications appear to preclude an overarching definition of competence ( Baumgartner, 2022 ; Blömeke et al., 2015 ; Soderquist et al., 2010 ; Tul et al., 2019 ). This complicates the discourse on

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Effect of Trunk Segment Boundary Definitions on Frontal Plane Segment Inertial Calculations

Zachary Merrill, Grace Bova, April Chambers, and Rakié Cham

predict parameters. These models often use different trunk segment boundaries 12 , 15 and may exclude regions of the hips based on trunk and thigh segment definitions. 16 These regions may be significant in obese adults. This is of particular concern in light of previous work demonstrating that age and

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Overuse Injury Definitions and Rates of Overuse Injury in Epidemiology Studies Concerning High School-Aged Athletes: A Critically Appraised Topic

Tricia Cich and Kevin M. Biese

which found extreme variations in the amount of overuse injuries and the operational definition of the term “overuse injury” from study to study. 9 In the systematic review, some studies provided no definition for overuse injuries. Furthermore, for the studies that did have a definition, some defined

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Physical Activity Self-Definitions: Correlates and Perceived Criteria

Deborah Kendzierski, R. Michael Furr Jr., and Jennifer Schiavoni

Three studies investigated the correlates of physical activity self-definitions among undergraduate exercisers and athletes, and examined the perceived criteria for defining oneself as a weightlifter, basketball player, and exerciser. Perceptions about behavior, motivation-related variables, and social world variables showed consistent relationships with self-definition; correlations between self-definition and enjoyment varied according to activity. Although affective criteria were mentioned by a sizable number of those with and without physical activity self-definitions, participants cited far more behavioral than affective criteria. Other frequently mentioned criteria were also identified. Implications for self-inference are discussed and a preliminary model of physical activity self-definition is presented.

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When Studying Affective Responses to Exercise, the Definition of “Intensity” Must Reference Homeostatic Perturbations: A Retort to Vollaard et al.

Panteleimon Ekkekakis, Mark E. Hartman, and Matthew A. Ladwig

mechanisms (e.g., cardiac output, hemoglobin content, and oxygen utilization by the muscles) are not subjected to overload? 3. After being challenged to bring some degree of standardization to the definition of the concept of “high intensity” in the HIIT/SIT literature, leaders within this area of research

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Bilateral Dorsolateral Prefrontal Cortex High-Definition Transcranial Direct-Current Stimulation Improves Time-Trial Performance in Elite Cyclists

Luca Pollastri, Gabriele Gallo, Milena Zucca, Luca Filipas, Antonio La Torre, Ugo Riba, Luigi Molino, and Elisabetta Geda

has a certain risk of producing excitatory or inhibitory influences in other areas than those targeted. 7 A variant called high-definition transcranial direct current stimulation (HD-tDCS), able to increase the focality of neuromodulation, has been recently proposed. 17 Instead of using 2 large

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Operational Definitions of Walkable Neighborhood: Theoretical and Empirical Insights

Anne Vernez Moudon, Chanam Lee, Allen D. Cheadle, Cheza Garvin, Donna Johnson, Thomas L. Schmid, Robert D. Weathers, and Lin Lin

Background:

The concept of walkable neighborhoods is increasingly important in physical activity research and intervention. However, limited theoretical understanding and measurable definitions remain a challenge.

Methods:

This paper reviews theories defining neighborhoods and offers an empirical approach to identify measurable attributes and thresholds of walkable neighborhoods. Bivariate and multivariate analyses are used for self-reported socio-demographic background, neighborhood walking behavior and perception, and objective measures of environments.

Results:

Environmental attributes positively associated with walking sufficiently to meet health recommendations included higher residential density and smaller street-blocks around home, and shorter distances to food and daily retail facilities from home. Threshold distances for eating/drinking establishments and grocery stores were 860 and 1445 feet.

Conclusions:

Results questioned theoretical constructs of neighborhoods centered on recreation and educational uses. They pointed to finer mixes of uses than those characterizing suburban neighborhoods, and small spatial units of analysis and intervention to capture and promote neighborhood walkability.