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|Title: ||Studying anxiety interpretations is useful for sport and exercise psychologists (debate).|
|Citation: ||Sport and Exercise Psychology Review, 5(1): 48-55.|
|Publisher: ||The British Psychological Society|
|Journal: ||Sport and Exercise Psychology Review|
|Issue Date: ||2009 |
|Additional Links: ||http://www.bps.org.uk/spex/publications/publications_home.cfm|
|Abstract: ||This is a transcript of an e-mail conversation between Steve Mellalieu and Andy Lane. Each e-mail contribution had a maximum word limit of 500 words and following each contribution the respondent had a maximum of two weeks to respond. It was first published in The Sport and Exercise Psychology Review, and the editor (referee) was Dr Marc Jones who was copied into all contributions.|
|Appears in Collections: ||Sport Performance|
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