The effects of increasing and decreasing exercise induced arousal on coincidence anticipation performance and anxiety during perceived competitive and practice situations: a test of catastrophe theory

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Duncan, M., Smith, M., Bryant, E., Eyre, E., Hankey, J., Clarke, N. and Jones, M. 2014. The effects of increasing and decreasing exercise induced arousal on coincidence anticipation performance and anxiety during perceived competitive and practice situations: a test of catastrophe theory. British Psychological Society Annual Conference. International Convention Centre (ICC), Birmingham, England 07 - 09 May 2014
TitleThe effects of increasing and decreasing exercise induced arousal on coincidence anticipation performance and anxiety during perceived competitive and practice situations: a test of catastrophe theory
AuthorsDuncan, M., Smith, M., Bryant, E., Eyre, E., Hankey, J., Clarke, N. and Jones, M.
Research GroupPhysiology at the London Sport Institute
ConferenceBritish Psychological Society Annual Conference
Publication process dates
Deposited30 Apr 2015
CompletedMay 2014
Output statusPublished
LanguageEnglish
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