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A Decision-Making Heuristic for the Analysis of Unstructured Qualitative Data
Based on the guidelines suggested by Côté, Salmela, Baria, and Russell in 1993, this article provides a decision-making heuristic addendum to facilitate the organization and interpretation of unstructured qualitative data. ...
Effects of progressive exercise on attentional focus
To replicate 1986 work of Salmela and Ndoye on whether physical arousal from riding a stationary bicycle led to narrowing of attentional focus 17 subjects responded to a verbal 5-choice RT task while pedalling to exhaustion. ...
The Knowledge of High-Performance Gymnastic Coaches: Methodological Framework
An expert system approach (Buchanan et al., 1983) was used to identify and conceptualize the knowledge of 17 Canadian expert high-performance gymnastic coaches. By using a qualitative research methodology based on the ...
Confidence Building Strategies Used by High-Level Rowing Coaches
Presents a summary of the article `Confidence Building Strategies Used by High-Level Rowing Coaches,' by W.A. Sedgwick, J. Cote and J. Dowd which appeared in the 1997 issue of the journal `AVANTE.'
On the utility of deliberate practice: Predicting performance in ultra-endurance triathletes from training indices
The theory of deliberate practice (Ericsson, Krampe, & Tesch-Romer 1993) and the principle of specificity maintain that specific forms of training (i.e., deliberate practice) are the most beneficial to performance improvements. ...
Are all sport activities equal? A systematic review of how youth psychosocial experiences vary across differing sport activities
Objective Models of sport development often support the assumption that young athletes’ psychosocial experiences differ as a result of seemingly minor variations in how their sport activities are designed (eg, participating ...