|The Effects of Optimism, Coping Strategies, and the Sport Team Environment on College Adjustment
||Research has shown that personality variables, such as optimism and coping, and integration into the college environment predict students' adjustment to college (Aspinwall & Taylor, 1992; Pascarella & Terenzini, 1975). However, none of the research a...
|An examination of sport commitment in collegiate athletes
||Literature suggests that sport enjoyment is the greatest predictor of athletes' sport commitment (Scanlan et al., 1993a, 1993b; Carpenter et al., 1993). Research has also shown that satisfaction and involvement opportunities are the greatest predicto...
|Considering intervention efficacy: the effect of a pre-shot routine on competitive youth golf performance
||A pre-shot routine enables athletes to focus on well rehearsed cues (Schmidt & Pepper, 1998). Pre-shot routines are commonly discussed in golf literature as well as in consultation. Research on routines is scattered; a consistent line of inquiry has ...
|The effect of hypothetical injury on collective efficacy in collegiate soccer teams
||Injuries are common in collegiate sport, and most sport injury research has focused on the consequences of injuries for the individual athlete (e.g., stress, frustration, decreased confidence). Very little is known about how injury may impact the tea...