Psychology of Sport and Exercise Vol. 19, July 2015

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Feasibility and acceptability of an exergame intervention for schizophrenia
Original Research Article, Pages 50-58
Carlos Campos, Filipa Mesquita, Antonio Marques, Maria J. Trigueiro, Veronica Orvalho, Nuno B.F. Rocha

Giving and receiving autonomy support in a high-stakes sport context: A field-based experiment during the 2012 London Paralympic Games
Original Research Article, Pages 59-69
Sung Hyeon Cheon, Johnmarshall Reeve, Jaewon Lee, Youngsun Lee

Sport Psychology

Metacognitive processes in the self-regulation of performance in elite endurance runners
Original Research Article, Pages 1-9
Noel Brick, Tadhg MacIntyre, Mark Campbell

Examining the relationship between hardiness and perceived stress-related growth in a sport injury context
Original Research Article, Pages 10-17
Jade Salim, Ross Wadey, Ceri Diss

A champion out of the pool? A discursive exploration of two Australian Olympic swimmers’ transition from elite sport to retirement
Original Research Article, Pages 33-41
Suzanne Cosh, Shona Crabb, Phillip J. Tully

The relationship between psychological well- and ill-being, and perceived autonomy supportive and controlling interpersonal styles: A longitudinal study of sport coaches
Original Research Article, Pages 42-49
Juliette Stebbings, Ian M. Taylor, Christopher M. Spray

Perceiving versus inferring movements to understand dynamic events: The influence of content complexity
Original Research Article, Pages 70-75
Aimen Khacharem, Bachir Zoudji, Slava Kalyuga

Examining the accuracy and in-game performance effects between pre- and post-performance routines: A mixed methods study
Original Research Article, Pages 85-94
Christopher Mesagno, Denise M. Hill, Paul Larkin

Exercise Psychology

Control your cravings: Self-controlled food choice varies by eating attitudes, sex, and food type among Division I collegiate athletes
Original Research Article, Pages 18-22
Gregory J. Privitera, Elizabeth K. Dickinson

The Theory of Planned Behavior as a model for understanding sedentary behavior
Original Research Article, Pages 23-32
Harry Prapavessis, Anca Gaston, Stefanie DeJesus

Less sitting and more moving in the office: Using descriptive norm messages to decrease sedentary behavior and increase light physical activity at work
Original Research Article, Pages 76-84
Carly S. Priebe, Kevin S. Spink

Habit as mediator of the relationship between prior and later physical activity: A longitudinal study in older adults
Original Research Article, Pages 95-102
Rob J.H. van Bree, Maartje M. van Stralen, Aart N. Mudde, Catherine Bolman, Hein de Vries, Lilian Lechne

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