Showing Results for
From:Journal of Sport Behavior (Vol. 45, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedDirect measures of psychological distress have not been widely used to empirically predict athletic performance. This study sought to examine the association between psychological distress and the athletic performance of...
From:Journal of Sport Behavior (Vol. 45, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedPsychological safety has historically been examined in the context of the social and organizational sciences with limited attention in the sport domain. Psychologically safe environments increase learning behavior,...
From:Journal of Sport Behavior (Vol. 45, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedThe purpose of the present study was to: 1) understand how youth from urban areas in the United States define their social identity through masculinity, race, faith, and athletics in the context of a sport-based PYD...
From:Journal of Sport Behavior (Vol. 45, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedOnly 13% of older Canadians achieve weekly physical activity (PA) recommendations suggesting that health promotion efforts are warranted. Tai Chi (TC) is a martial art identified as an accessible form of PA for older...
From:Journal of Sport Behavior (Vol. 45, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedSport concussions and athletic burnout have received a lot of attention in the sport medicine and psychology literature. To date there have been no studies examining the relationship between sport concussions and athlete...
From:Journal of Sport Behavior (Vol. 45, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedParents have outcome expectations for the investments they make to organized youth sport program participation. Youth sports coaches are widely recognized as having a large influence on the skill, physical, and...
Choose how you want to be alerted when new results for your search become available.
Subscribe to Gale's RSS feed to get content delivered to your favorite RSS aggregator. Copy and paste the URL below into your reader:
Tell us where to send the alert and how often you want to receive it