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    Performance Enhancement & Health Vol. 1, Issue 1, August 2012

    Editorial Board Page i  Show preview  |   PDF (25 K)   |   Related articles  |  Related reference work articles Editorial 2 The Performance Enhancement-Health Nexus Pages 1-2 Jason Mazanov, Frances Quirk  Show preview  |   PDF (114 K)   |   Related articles  |  Related reference work articles Regular Papers 3 Challenging human and sporting boundaries: The case of Oscar Pistorius Original Research Article Pages 3-9 Anne Marcellini, Sylvain Ferez, Damien Issanchou, Eric De Léséleuc, Mike McNamee  Show preview  |   PDF (290 K)   |   Related articles  |  Related reference work articles Highlights ► The case of Oscar Pistorius...

    Sport Management Review Volume 15, Issue 4, November 2012

    1. Editorial BoardPages CO2 2. Thank you to the ReviewersPages 387-388   Research Article 3. Who is more influenced by customer equity drivers? A moderator analysis in a professional soccer context  Original Research ArticlePages 389-403 Masayuki Yoshida, Brian Gordon 4. An exploration of stakeholder values: In search of common ground within an international sport and development initiative   Original Research ArticlePages 404-415 Eric MacIntosh, Kirsty Spence Highlights ► Interviews with 39 key stakeholders uncovered 12...

    Journal of Hospitality, Leisure, Sport & Tourism Education Volume 11, Issue 2, July 2012

    1. IFC‐ Editorial BoardPages IFC   Full Length Article   Academic Papers 2. English language preparation of tourism and hospitality undergraduates in Egypt: Does it meet their future workplace requirements?   Original Research ArticlePages 93-100 Sayed Younis Abdel Ghany, Muhammad M. Abdel Latif 3. Important competency requirements for managers in the hospitality industry   Original Research ArticlePages 101-112 Eunju Suh, Joseph J. West, Jaeuk Shin 4. Web 3D simulation-based application in tourism education: A case study...

    Psychology of Sport and Exercise Volume 13, Issue 6, November 2012

    1. Editorial Board and publication information Pages IFC   Highlighted Articles 2. Quiet-eye training, perceived control and performing under pressure   Original Research Article Pages 721-728 Greg Wood, Mark R. Wilson Highlights ► This study examined if quiet-eye (QE) training influences perceived control. ► Results showed QE training optimized aiming behavior and performance. ► QE training also improved perceptions of contingency, competence and control. ► Participants with high control beliefs were...
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