Psychology of Sport and Exercise Vol. 14, Issue 5, September 2013

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pse300Differential effects of task-specific practice on performance in a simulated penalty kick under high-pressure
Martina Navarro, Nelson Miyamoto, John van der Kamp, Edgard Morya, Geert J.P. Savelsbergh, Ronald Ranvaud

From intentions via planning and behavior to physical exercise habits
Lena Fleig, Sarah Pomp, Linda Parschau, Milena Barz, Daniela Lange, Ralf Schwarzer, Sonia Lippke

Hope and athlete burnout: Stress and affect as mediators
Henrik Gustafsson, Therése Skoog, Leslie Podlog, Carolina Lundqvist, Stefan Wagnsson

An above real time training intervention for sport decision making
Megan Lorains, Kevin Ball, Clare MacMahon

Psychological need-satisfaction, and basketball performance
Kennon M. Sheldon, Ruixue Zhaoyang, Michael J. Williams

Living, resisting, and playing the part of athlete: Narrative tensions in elite sport
David Carless, Kitrina Douglas

Coaching competency and (exploratory) structural equation modeling: A substantive-methodological synergy
Nicholas D. Myers

“I control my own emotions for the sake of the team”: Emotional self-regulation and interpersonal emotion regulation among female high-performance curlers
Katherine A. Tamminen, Peter R.E. Crocker

Psychological need satisfaction and thwarting: A test of Basic Psychological Needs Theory in physical activity contexts
Katie E. Gunnell, Peter R.E. Crocker, Philip M. Wilson, Diane E. Mack, Bruno D. Zumbo

Personality, self-efficacy and risk-taking in parkour (free-running)
Christopher J. Merritt, Ian J. Tharp

Cross-cultural invariance of the basic psychological needs in exercise scale and need satisfaction latent mean differences among Greek, Spanish, Portuguese and Turkish samples
Symeon P. Vlachopoulos, F. Hulya Asci, Luís Cid, Gozde Ersoz, David González-Cutre, Juan Antonio Moreno-Murcia, João Moutão

Observed need-supportive and need-thwarting teaching behavior in physical education: Do teachers’ motivational orientations matter?
Lynn Van den Berghe, Bart Soenens, Maarten Vansteenkiste, Nathalie Aelterman, Greet Cardon, Isabel B. Tallir, Leen Haerens

Change in physical self-perceptions across the transition to secondary school: Relationships with perceived teacher-emphasised achievement goals in physical education
Christopher M. Spray, Victoria E. Warburton, Juliette Stebbings

Domain dimensionality and temporality of outcome expectancy for physical activity among middle-aged and older Chinese adults: A latent profile analysis
Kin-Kit Li

Burnout and its relations with basic psychological needs and motivation among athletes: A systematic review and meta-analysis
Chunxiao Li, C.K. John Wang, Do Young Pyun, Ying Hwa Kee

Development and evaluation of the psychometric properties of the parents’ Perceptions of Physical Activity Importance and their Children’s Ability Questionnaire (PPPAICAQ)
Guillaume Martinent, Matilda Naisseh, Claude Ferrand, Julien E. Bois, Christophe Hautier

The immediate and sustained effects of acute exercise on planning aspect of executive function
Tsung-Min Hung, Chia-Liang Tsai, Feng-Tzu Chen, Chun-Chih Wang, Yu-Kai Chang

Special Section: Affective Responses to Exercise

Introduction to the special section on affective responses to exercise
Panteleimon Ekkekakis, Elaine A. Hargreaves, Gaynor Parfitt

Invited Guest Editorial: Envisioning the next fifty years of research on the exercise–affect relationship
Panteleimon Ekkekakis, Elaine A. Hargreaves, Gaynor Parfitt

Affective responses to 10-minute and 30-minute walks in sedentary, overweight women: Relationships with theory-based correlates of walking for exercise
Brian C. Focht

Disentangling the effects of choice and intensity on affective response to and preference for self-selected- versus imposed-intensity physical activity
David M. Williams, Hollie A. Raynor

Psychological need satisfaction, intrinsic motivation and affective response to exercise in adolescents
Margaret L. Schneider, Bethany M. Kwan

Qualitative elicitation of affective beliefs related to physical activity
Kai Bellows-Riecken, Rachel Mark, Ryan E. Rhodes

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