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Shuge Zhang, Stuart Beattie, Amanda Pitkethly and Chelsey Dempsey

, when performance expectation levels are low, training may be perceived as less challenging or threatening. Thus, athletes high in extraversion might be more easily distracted by task-irrelevant thoughts or training-irrelevant stimuli. However, when performance expectation levels are high, the

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Steve M. Smith, Stewart T. Cotterill and Hazel Brown

Difference in perceived ability and what others perceive Intrateam competition Intrateam competition Competition between individual players Performance expectation Coach performance expectation Player performance expectation Coping ability Current focus Negative focus and reaction Attempting to control

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Christian P. Cheung, Joshua T. Slysz and Jamie F. Burr

with the control, whereas the SHAM ultrasound would improve performance. That is, based on preconceived notions, participants believed that they would perform better following SHAM ultrasound compared with IPC. VAS scored differences in performance expectation are presented in Figure  2 (IPC: −65 [145

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Marty K. Baker, Jeffrey A. Graham, Allison Smith and Zachary T. Smith

the English materials approach it from a performance expectation standpoint. The role of the coach in this approach is to fully plan training sessions, deliver training sessions, and then review these sessions so as to continually improve the process of developing skilled players. Conclusions and