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Paul R. Ashbrook, Andrew Gillham, and Douglas Barba

During the past 20 years, there has been a steady push to integrate single-case research designs into the field of applied sport psychology, largely because they can aid in justifying the efficacy of applied interventions ( Barker, McCarthy, Jones, & Moran, 2011 ). As Edwards and Edwards ( 2012

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Saqib Deen, Martin James Turner, and Rebecca S.K. Wong

The use of rational emotive behavior therapy (REBT) in sport psychology has received little attention in research to date, but is steadily growing. Therefore, to further add to the building body of research, this study examines the efficacy of REBT (comprising five counseling sessions, and four homework assignments) in decreasing self-reported irrational beliefs, and increasing self-reported resilient qualities in five elite squash players from Malaysia. The study uses a single-case multiple-baseline across-participants design. Visual and graphical analyses revealed that REBT reduced self-reported irrational beliefs significantly in all athletes, and raised self-reported resilient qualities significantly in some athletes. Athlete’s feedback, reflections on the usage of REBT, Athlete Rational Resilience Credos, and the practice of sport psychology across cultures are discussed, along with guidance for the future use of REBT in relevant settings.

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Karin Moesch, Andreas Ivarsson, and Urban Johnson

single-case research ( Kazdin, 2011 ; Kratochwill et al., 2010 ). Visual analyses should be supplemented with an effect size in order to provide standardized results ( Brossart, Laird, & Armstrong, 2018 ; Vannest & Ninci, 2016 ). In this study, Tau- U was used, which includes analysis of nonoverlap

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Andrew G. Wood, Jamie B. Barker, Martin Turner, and Peter Thomson

emotive behavior therapy in sport and exercise (pp.  53 – 67 ). London, UK : Routledge . Barker , J.B , McCarthy , P.J. , Jones , M.V. , & Moran , A. ( 2011 ). Single case research methods in sport and exercise . Oxon, UK : Routledge . Barker , J.B. , Mellalieu , S.D. , McCarthy , P

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Andrew Evans, Robert Morris, Jamie Barker, Tom Johnson, Zoe Brenan, and Ben Warner

implementing a single-case research methodology (see Barker et al., 2011 ) where the delivery of COPDMS is staggered over time across multiple groups. Each PDMS group could receive the same COPDMS intervention with any replicated intervention effects improving intervention efficacy. Employing single-case

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Ben Laslett and Mark Uphill

.D. , McCarthy , P.J. , Jones , M.V. , & Moran , A. ( 2013 ). A review of single-case research in sport psychology 1997–2012: Research trends and future directions , Journal of Applied Sport Psychology, 25 ( 1 ), 4 – 32 . https://doi.org/10.1080/10413200.2012.709579 10

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Kristoffer Henriksen

, Jones, & Moran, 2011 ; Cotteril, Schinke, & Thelwell, 2016 ). References Baltzell A. (Ed.). ( 2016 ). Mindfulness and performance . New York, NY : Cambridge University Press . 10.1017/CBO9781139871310 Barker , J. , McCarthy , P. , Jones , M. , & Moran , A.P. ( 2011 ). Single-case

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Nicolas Robin, Lucette Toussaint, Eric Joblet, Emmanuel Roublot, and Guillaume R. Coudevylle

.J. ( 1996 ). The use of single-case research design to investigate the efficacy of imagery training . Journal of Applied Sport Psychology, 8, 27 – 43 . doi:10.1080/10413209608406306. 10.1080/10413209608406306 Simonsmeier , B. , & Buecker , S. ( 2017 ). Interrelations of imagery use, imagery

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Alexander Tibor Latinjak

: Verbal reports on mental processes . Psychological Review, 84 , 231 – 259 . doi:10.1037/0033-295X.84.3.231 10.1037/0033-295X.84.3.231 O’Neill , R. , McDonnell , J. , Billingsley , F. , & Jenson , W. ( 2011 ). Single case research designs in educational and community settings . Boston, MA

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Chris G. Harwood and Sam N. Thrower

and quasi-experimental field-based designs. However, the volume and depth of research on psychological methods and strategies per se are lacking in terms of assisting in our understanding of what approaches work best for different developmental stages and in specific sport types. Single-case research