Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology Volume 37, Issue 5, October 2015

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Executive Function Is Associated With Antisocial Behavior and Aggression in Athletes
Martina Micai, Maria Kavussanu, Christopher Ring

Self-Control Strength Depletion Reduces Self-Efficacy and Impairs Exercise Performance
Jeffrey D. Graham, Steven R. Bray

Appraisal in a Team Context: Perceptions of Cohesion Predict Competition Importance and Prospects for Coping
Svenja A. Wolf, Mark A. Eys, Pamela Sadler, Jens Kleinert

Competitive Cycling and Doping: Proposing a Functional Analysis Based on the Color Yellow
Yves Chantal, Iouri Bernache-Assollant

Applying the Theory of Planned Behavior to Physical Activity: The Moderating Role of Mental Toughness
Thomas E. Hannan, Robyn L. Moffitt, David L. Neumann, Patrick R. Thomas

Using Masculine Capital to Understand the Role of a Sport Program in the Lives of Men From a Western Canadian Inner City
Nicholas L. Holt, Jay Scherer, Jordan Koch

Examination of the Consistency in Affective Response to Acute Exercise in Overweight and Obese Women
Jessica L. Unick, Kelley Strohacker, George D. Papandonatos, David Williams, Kevin C. O’Leary, Leah Dorfman, Katie Becofsky, Rena R. Wing

Moving to Self-Present: An Investigation Into Proposed Antecedents of 2 x 2 Self-Presentation Motives
Timothy C. Howle, James A. Dimmock, Peter R. Whipp, Ben Jackson

Research Note

Intense Physical Exercise Reduces Overt Attentional Capture
Francesc Llorens, Daniel Sanabria, Florentino Huertas, Enrique Molina, Simon Bennett

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