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    • Cohesion and Performance for Female and Male Sport Teams 

      Eys, Mark A.; Ohlert, Jeannine; Evans, M. Blair; Wolf, Svenja A.; Martin, Luc J.; Van Bussel, Michael; Steins, Charlotte (2016-04-14)
      A previous meta-analysis examining the relationship between cohesion and performance (Carron, Colman, Wheeler, & Stevens, 2002) revealed that this relationship was significantly stronger for female teams as compared with ...
    • Meaningful Music Memories 

      Harper, Shawna-Marie (2015-01-06)
      The purpose of this qualitative, narrative study was to explore long-term, meaningful memories associated with participating in Ontario high school music programs. I sought to understand how and why music experiences ...
    • Organizing and Interpreting Unstructured Qualitative Data 

      Côté, Jean; Salmela, John H.; Baria, Abderrahim; Russell, Storm J. (2016-06-07)
      In the last several years there has been an increase in the amount of qualitative research using in-depth interviews and comprehensive content analyses in sport psychology. However, no explicit method ...
    • Teaching it "Write": Teacher Perspectives on Writing Instruction Within English and French Immersion Classrooms 

      McKechnie, Yvonne (2015-09-26)
      Writing today is a means of communication: a medium through which we learn, share and self-express (Graham, 2006). In the classroom, writing is used to acquire, remember, and share knowledge; writing aids in the process ...
    • Vivid moments long remembered: the lifetime impact of elementary school musical theatre 

      Ogden, Holly Christine (2008-08-27)
      This phenomenological study examined the long-term significance of participation in elementary school musical theatre productions. The research aimed to explore the common and unique themes that emerged from adults recalling ...