Items where Author is "Minniti, AM"

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Journal article

SAWARD, C., MORRIS, J.G., NEVILL, M.E., MINNITI, A.M. and SUNDERLAND, C., 2019. Psychological characteristics of developing excellence in elite youth football players in English professional academies. Journal of Sports Sciences. ISSN 0264-0414

REDWOOD-BROWN, A.J., SUNDERLAND, C.D., MINNITI, A.M. and O’DONOGHUE, P.G., 2017. Perceptions of psychological momentum of elite soccer players. International Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology. ISSN 1612-197X

JOHNSTON, J., HARWOOD, C. and MINNITI, A.M., 2013. Positive youth development in swimming: clarification and consensus of key psychosocial assets. Journal of Applied Sport Psychology, 25 (4), pp. 392-411. ISSN 1041-3200

MINNITI, A.M., TYLER, C. and SUNDERLAND, C., 2012. Effect of a cooling collar and prolonged running in the heat on affect and perceived exertion. European Journal of Sports Science, 11 (6), pp. 419-429.

Conference contribution

MINNITI, A.M., 2008. Attribution research in sport: Recent developments and future directions. In: The British Psychological Society Annual Conference 2008, Dublin, Ireland..

HILTON, C.E. and MINNITI, A.M., 2007. Exercise referral as a psychological treatment approach: preliminary results from a qualitative investigation. In: American Psychological Association Convention 2007, San Francisco, USA..

MINNITI, A.M., 2007. Sport motivation: individual and team attribution retraining. In: Nottingham Trent University Conference on Psychology, Neuroscience and Sport Psychology, Nottingham, U.K..

MINNITI, A.M., 2007. Three C's of sport attribution retraining: controllability, concreteness, and creativity. In: American Psychological Association Convention 2007, San Francisco, USA..

MINNITI, A.M. and HANRAHAN, S.J., 2005. A qualitative investigation of elite triathletes' attributions: comparisons across attribution retraining models. In: International Society for Sport Psychology Conference, Sydney, Australia..

MINNITI, A.M., HANRAHAN, S.J. and WILLIAMS, J., 2002. Comparison of attribution retraining models. In: Association for the Advancement of Applied Sport Psychology Conference in Tucson, AZ, USA..

MINNITI, A.M. and HANRAHAN, S.J., 2000. Multi-event athletes: What are they thinking? Abstract published; p. 161. In: Pre-Olympic Congress (International Congress on Sport Science, Sports Medicine, and Physical Education) Conference, September 2000, Brisbane, Australia.

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