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Changwook Kim, Jinwon Kim, and Seongsoo Jang

to prepare for and recover from unforeseen adverse events more efficiently by implementing community resilience-building activities ( Magis, 2010 ). Community resilience, as noted by Berger ( 2017 ), is defined as “the capacity [for a community] … to deal with a major crisis by adapting and growing

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Maria Priscila Wermelinger Ávila, Jimilly Caputo Corrêa, Alessandra Lamas Granero Lucchetti, and Giancarlo Lucchetti

(i.e. social relationships, coping strategies, and life experiences) ( Birren & Schaie, 2001 ). In this context, resilience stands out for being intimately associated with better mental health, including lower prevalence of depression and anxiety ( Fossion et al., 2013 ; Hjemdal, Vogel, Solem, Hagen

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Breanna Drew and James Matthews

, & McGorry, 2007 ). One such factor is psychological resilience which can be defined as, “the role of mental processes and behaviors in promoting personal assets and protecting an individual from the potential negative effect of stressors” ( Fletcher & Sarkar, 2012 , p. 675). Using this definitional lens

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Kelly L. Simonton, Todd E. Layne, Boone Brown, and Keith Loupe

resources for PE teachers, researchers and teacher educators have begun developing strategies and resources to navigate and cope with said demands. Unfortunately, teachers with less resilience, prolonged stress, and feelings of exhaustion often find their way out of the PE teaching profession ( Lee, 2019

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Bradley D. Hatfield

degradation in the quality of motor performance (i.e., excess tension, reduction in range of motion, and alterations in the velocity of movement). Finally, an explanation for (5) resilience to mental stress will be offered based on discussion of the frontal lobe and attendant control of executive processes

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Fleur E.C.A. van Rens and Edson Filho

professional circus performer. This phase fluctuated from several months to two years in duration. It was evident that psychological resilience was crucial in the successful pursuit of a transition from gymnastics to circus, as many of the identified themes within the realizing phase beared resemblance to

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Chris Wagstaff, Rebecca Hings, Rebecca Larner, and David Fletcher

was related to dimensions of burnout. The second aim was to establish whether psychological-resilience qualities moderated the relationship between the frequency of organizational stressors and burnout. Much of the extant research on organizational stress in sport has been conceptually aligned with

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Nikki E. Barczak-Scarboro, Emily Kroshus, Brett Pexa, Johna K. Register Mihalik, and J.D. DeFreese

theoretical and practical implications for athlete well-being and performance. Resilience One individual factor that may predict who can manage adaptation across different stressors is resilience. Resilience is an increasingly discussed topic in sport and performance psychology domains because of its

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Matthew Charles Higgins

, connection, and belonging ( Blanchard, 1974 ; McLaughlin, 2008 ; Morris, 2002 ), all of which are contributing factors for the development of resilience ( Masten, 2001 ; Panter-Brick & Eggerman, 2012 ; Southwick et al., 2014 ; Ungar, 2008 ). Through examining the norms and communication of basketball

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Changwook Kim, Jinwon Kim, Jeoung Hak Lee, and Yuhei Inoue

(SES) and are related to local safety nets and resources ( Kim & Bostwick, 2020 ). This implies that the more socially vulnerable individuals are, the greater their COVID-19 risk exposure. In the process of adapting in the face of adversity, the presence of protective factors could enhance resilience