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Katherine Raw, Emma Sherry, and Katie Rowe

, resulting in new forms of organizing; and (d)  dysfunctional : whereby hybrids struggle to manage organizational aims and identities due to conflicting institutional logics and demands from internal stakeholders. Table 1 SFD Hybrid Types Hybrid types Description Differentiated Organizational functions

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Kyungyeol (Anthony) Kim, Kevin K. Byon, and Paul M. Pedersen

the 32 National Football League (NFL) teams between 2011 and 2015, and reported that, on average, six spectators were arrested per game due to various forms of spectator dysfunctional behavior (SDB). In the current study, we seek to shed light on the dark side of sport spectatorship by focusing on

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Montse C. Ruiz, Yuri Hanin, and Claudio Robazza

In this investigation we describe an individualized approach in the assessment of athletes’ experiences associated with successful and poor performances. Two studies were conducted to develop a profiling procedure to assess eight modalities of performance-related states. In Study 1, six high-level athletes assessed their states before most successful and unsuccessful performances using a preliminary 71-item stimulus list developed by a panel of four emotion researchers. They also rated the intensity of their states on a modified Borg’s CR-10 scale. In Study 2, five top-level divers assessed their states before multiple dives (three successful and three unsuccessful) using a revised 74-item list. The perceived impact on performance was also examined using an open-ended question. Individual profiles reflected two typical curves discriminating successful and unsuccessful performances. High individual variability in item content and intensity was found. Athletes reported a wide range of interrelated experiences associated with their performances. Our findings support the practical utility of individualized profiling to assess athletes’ performance-related states.

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Francesco Campa, Federico Spiga, and Stefania Toselli

Stability Push-Up (TSPU), and Rotary Stability. Workouts aimed to improve aerobic capacity and strength are included in conditioning programs. However, these programs do not always include corrective actions to reduce the presence of asymmetries and dysfunctional movements, especially in youth athletes

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Markus Gerber, Simon Best, Fabienne Meerstetter, Sandrine Isoard-Gautheur, Henrik Gustafsson, Renzo Bianchi, Daniel J. Madigan, Flora Colledge, Sebastian Ludyga, Edith Holsboer-Trachsler, and Serge Brand

more dysfunctional sleep-related cognitions than athletes below this cutoff. Second, we hypothesized that athletes above the clinical burnout threshold would have less favorable objective sleep patterns than their peers scoring below the cutoff ( Ekstedt et al., 2006 ), although some studies in this

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Ben Larkin and Janet S. Fink

collective narcissism construct to sport consumer behavior scholars and explore its role in predicting many of the negative consequences that have long been associated with sport fans (e.g., dysfunctional fandom, hostile aggression, and instrumental aggression) but have been cast as being symptomatic of a

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Hannah Horris, Barton E. Anderson, R. Curtis Bay, and Kellie C. Huxel Bliven

improved functional movement, 14 , 15 improved posture, 16 and reduced instance of low back pain. 2 , 5 , 7 , 17 , 18 Dysfunctional breathing occurs when poor diaphragm function results in altered breathing mechanics, including reduced abdominal excursion and rib cage expansion and increased reliance on

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Victoria Fauntroy, Marcie Fyock, Jena Hansen-Honeycutt, Esther Nolton, and Jatin P. Ambegaonkar

; multisegmental extension; multisegmental rotation (R + L); single-leg stance (R + L); and overhead squat. 5 The results of the SFMA are separated into 4 categories: functional nonpainful, functional painful, dysfunctional nonpainful, and dysfunctional painful. 2 The SFMA has also been used to evaluate athletes

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Yu Konishi, Ryo Yoshii, and Christopher D. Ingersoll

about the role of the gamma spindle system in AMI so far? 3. Could a dysfunctional gamma spindle system contribute to AMI lead to neural changes in the upper CNS? 4. Which concerns should a clinician take into consideration when deciding whether to apply therapeutic interventions for the AMI. Why Are

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Jens Van Lier and Filip Raes

, if this content aspect of abstract processing style is the driving force for the hypothesized effect, we expect that sport participants with “dysfunctional” attributions compared to “functional” attributions (see Le Foll et al., 2008 ) would show increased negative generalization. In the context