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Title: The emotional response to athletic injury: Re-injury anxiety
Author(s): Walker, Natalie
Thatcher, Joanne
Lavallee, David
Golby, Jim
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Editor(s): Lavallee, D
Jones, MV
Thatcher, J
Citation: Walker N, Thatcher J, Lavallee D & Golby J (2004) The emotional response to athletic injury: Re-injury anxiety. In: Lavallee D, Jones MV, Thatcher J (ed.). Coping and emotion in sport, New York: Nova Science, pp. 87-99.
Issue Date: 2004
Abstract: First paragraph: Injury is often an unfortunate consequence of participation in sport. With increased participation, and subsequent increased injury rates, athletic injury is now a significant health concern (Brewer, 1998). Some studies have clearly demonstrated that athletic injury has, not only a physical, but also, an emotional impact upon the injured athlete (e.g., Daly, Brewer, Van Raalte, Petitpas, & Sklar, 1995; Gould, Udry, Bridges, & Beck, 1997; Smith, Scott, O’Fallon, & Young, 1990).
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