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Ellinor Klockare, Luke F. Olsson, Henrik Gustafsson, Carolina Lundqvist, and Andrew P. Hill

exclusively on better understanding the consequences of being perfectionistic for athletes with little attention to the experiences of those who are tasked with supporting them. Given its complexity, perfectionism is likely to pose several challenges for sport psychology consultants and may require particular

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Katherine Holland and Justin A. Haegele

experiences with students with disabilities ( Reina et al., 2019 ). Female peers tend to have more favorable perceptions toward the education of students with disabilities in integrated PE classes, and students of both genders who reported having previously participated in integrated physical activity

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Yani L. Dickens, Judy Van Raalte, and Russell T. Hurlburt

reliability have been developed ( Hardy, Hall, & Hardy, 2005 ), but the ability of questionnaires to provide accounts of actual inner experience has been questioned ( Hurlburt & Heavey, 2015 ), and the correspondence of questionnaire self-talk such as that measured by the Automatic Self-Talk Questionnaire for

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Stuart A. McErlain-Naylor

–student research partnerships have potential extrinsic (eg, acceleration in research productivity 5 – 7 ) and intrinsic (eg, motivation and enjoyment 6 , 8 ) benefits for staff and institutions, this study will focus on the experiences of students in such partnerships. Several frameworks have presented the ways in

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Shannon S.C. Herrick and Lindsay R. Duncan

number of experiences, expressions, and identities that are not classified as cisgender ( Davidson, 2007 ). LGBTQ+ encompasses a range of identities and expressions that span across gender and sexuality. Heterosexuality simultaneously perpetuates and is predicated on the gender binary ( Jackson, 2006

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Erik L. Lachance and Milena M. Parent

Volunteers have been recognized as indispensable resources for the survival and success of sport events ( Bang & Chelladurai, 2009 ). To date, current research on volunteers in sport events has examined the volunteer experience in relation to constructs, which include, but is not limited to

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Sophie A. Kay and Lisa R. Grimm

with a prevention orientation would be vigilant not to miss exercise sessions due to fear of the risks associated with a lack of exercise (e.g., protecting against heart and lung disease). People tend to experience one regulatory focus, known as chronic focus , but a particular focus can be

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Eve Bernstein

exposed to certain physical activities ( Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2013 ). While several activities can be offered in physical education classes, competitive activities and sport encompass many of the activities that students experience. How these competitive activities and sport are

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Stephen Frawley, Daniel Favaloro, and Nico Schulenkorf

investigate the state of leadership development within the highly competitive Australian sport industry, with a specific focus on experience-based leadership development. Using a multicase study approach, this research examined the processes currently implemented within three of Australia’s leading

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Lee Baldock, Brendan Cropley, Rich Neil, and Stephen D. Mellalieu

right (e.g.,  Thelwell et al., 2008 ), as failure to cope effectively with the demands they experience can lead to detrimental implications for their performance and how they function in their wider lives. It is with the knowledge of such stress-related outcomes that a range of empirical studies have