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The Olympic Games: The Experience of a Lifetime or Simply the Most Important Competition of an Athletic Career?

Psychology with Olympic and Paralympic Athletes. Journal of Sport Psychology in Action , 3(2), 119-126. doi:10.1080/21520704.2012.683088Salmela, J. H. (1989). Long-term intervention with the Canadian men's Olympic gymnastic team. Sport Psychologist, 3(4), 340-349. Retrieved from http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=s3h&AN=20735324&site=ehost-live Samulski, D.M., & Lopes, M.C. (2008). Counseling Brazilian athletes during the Olympic Games in Athens 2004: Important issues and intervention techniques. International Journal of Sport and Exercise

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Spring recoil and supraglottic airway devices: lessons from the law of conservation of energy

-410. doi: 10.1007/s10877-011-9319-8 4. Agrò FE, Cataldo R, Mattei A. New devices and techniques for airway management. Minerva Anestesiol 2009; 75: 141-149 5. Sorbello M. Evolution of supraglottic airway devices: the Darwinian perspective. Minerva Anestesiol 2018; 84: 297-300. doi: 10.23736/S0375-9393.18.12680-0 6. Frova G, Sorbello M. Algorithms for difficult airway management: a review. Minerva Anestesiol 2009; 75: 201-209 7. Sorbello M, Petrini F. Supraglottic airway devices: the search for the best

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A Systematic Review of Psychological Studies Applied to Futsal

characteristics, and focus category. This study examines various research strategies that have been employed in psychological articles examining futsal without intention of appraisal. Material and Methods Search strategy The following electronic databases were searched: Google Scholar, Scopus, Web of Knowledge, PubMed, Sport discuss, and Descorberta. Reference lists were scanned to identify further studies that were missed by the electronic search. The search term “psychology” was used in combination with “futsal” or “indoor soccer” or “indoor football” or “street

An Accurate and Rapid System to Identify Play Patterns in Tennis Using Video Recording Material: Break Point Situations as a Case Study

and qualitative methods, the approach becomes more consistent. As a consequence, in recent years, the number of studies integrating both methods has increased in the field of sport science ( Camerino et al., 2014 ; Gutierrez-Santiago et al., 2011 ; Fernandez et al., 2009 ; Prieto et al., 2013 ). This combined method, also known as a “mixed method” (Anguera et al., 2014; Camerino et al., 2012a ), is frequently applied to study some issues involving the complexity of the human motor behavior in other areas. The purpose of this research was to solve the problem

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A Systematic Literature Review on Ambush Marketing in Sport

marketing: Corporate strategy and consumer reaction. Psychology and Marketing, 15 (4), 305-322. Meenaghan, T. (1998b). Guest Editorial Ambush Marketing: Examining the Perspectives, Psychology & Marketing, pp. 301-304. Retrieved from http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=bth&AN=11647021&lang=pl&site=ehost-live Mishra, P., & Mishra, S. (2011). The Legal Perspective of Ambush Marketing: an Arm Length Study in Indian Scenario. International Journal of Business Insights & Transformation, 4 (2), 128-135. Nufer, G. (2009). Sponsoring the

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Jump Performance During Official Matches in Elite Volleyball Players: A Pilot Study

. Technical-tactical performance profile of reception according to competition category in men volleyball. Rev Kronos , 2014; 13(1): 1–9. Available from Garcia-Alcaraz A Palao JM Ortega E Technical-tactical performance profile of reception according to competition category in men volleyball Rev Kronos 2014 13 1 1 – 9 Available from http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=s3h&AN=97447065&lang=pt-br&site=ehost-live http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=s3h&AN=97447065&lang=pt-br&site=ehost-live Huang C, Hu LH

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Maximum Oxygen Uptake of Male Soccer Players According to their Competitive Level, Playing Position and Age Group: Implication from a Network Meta-Analysis

; Boraczyński et al., 2015 ; Canhadas et al., 2010 ; Gil et al., 2007a , b ; Le Gall et al., 2010 ; Portes et al., 2015 ; Reilly et al., 2000 ; Silvestre et al., 2006 ) for their ecological, criterion and synchronized validity and subsequently a very strong (r = 0.8-1.0) relationship with the direct assessment method for senior athletes ( Bangsbo et al., 2008 ; Castagna et al., 2009 ; Leger and Lambert, 1982 ; Paliczka et al., 1987 ; Rampinini et al., 2007 ). Present meta-analyses highlighted that the type of a test significantly impacted VO 2max values stratified

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The Relative Age Effect on Soccer Players in Formative Stages with Different Sport Expertise Levels

selection, Augste and Lames (2001) reached a conclusion that the search for short-term performance and success prevailed in formative categories. These authors indicated that coaches, instead of trying to identify more talented players who can provide them with better results in the future, selected those born in the first quartile. In addition to this, nowadays, both club coaches and directors, as well as the players’ parents, are more oriented towards competitive, instead of formative sport, from the very early age. Thus, we may notice how children born at the end of

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Cognitive Scripts, Anxiety and Styles of Coping with Stress in Teenagers Practising Sports

. Drawing from the Lazarus’ model, the strategies of coping with stress can be divided into the task-focused (focused on a problem) and emotions-focused ( Folkman and Lazarus, 1985 ). The task-focused strategies are related to an activity directed at the difficulties encountered. Tenenbaum et al. (2008) give examples of such activities: planning the next step, identifying goals, making strategic plans, etc. The emotions-focused strategies are aimed at regulating a person’s emotional state. According to Tenenbaum et al. (2008) emotional strategies comprise relaxation

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Teaching Games for Understanding: A Comprehensive Approach to Promote Student’s Motivation in Physical Education

, and 3) to contrast PE teachers’ perceptions on the importance of methodology to teach sports. Methods Participants There were 237 participants in the study (58.3% males, 41.7% females), who were students from a secondary school in Burgos (Spain). Sixty-three were in the 1 st grade, 64 in the 2 nd , 56 in the 3 rd and 54 in the 4 th grade. The average age was 13.32 ± 2.31 years. Two groups were naturally created. The experimental group (A), 128 students (35 1 st , 31 2 nd , 30 3 rd , 32 4 th grade), experienced TGfU. None of the students had experienced

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