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    Changes of Swimmers’ Emotional States during the Preparation of National Championship: Do Recovery-Stress States Matter?Philippe Vacher, Michel Nicolas, Guillaume Martinent & Laurent Mourot - 2017 - Frontiers in Psychology 8.
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    Defense Profiles in Adaptation Process to Sport Competition and Their Relationships with Coping, Stress and Control.Michel Nicolas, Guillaume Martinent, Martin Drapeau, Khadija Chahraoui, Philippe Vacher & Yves de Roten - 2017 - Frontiers in Psychology 8.
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    Emotional Intelligence (EI) Training Adapted to the International Preparation Constraints in Rugby: Influence of EI Trainer Status on EI Training Effectiveness.Mickaël Campo, Sylvain Laborde, Guillaume Martinent, Benoît Louvet & Michel Nicolas - 2019 - Frontiers in Psychology 10.
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    Dealing with elite sport competition demands: an exploration of the dynamic relationships between stress appraisal, coping, emotion, and performance during fencing matches.Julie Doron & Guillaume Martinent - 2021 - Cognition and Emotion 35 (7):1365-1381.
    The present research aimed to provide a more holistic analysis of stressful experiences in sport by examining how stress appraisal, coping and emotion are dynamically inter-related constructs and the extent to which their dynamic relationship is associated with objective performance. Based on process-oriented methods, two studies were conducted with elite athletes in order to investigate the dynamic relationship between these constructs and performance in highly demanding sport situations (Study 1: simulated competitive fencing matches during a training session; Study 2: real-life (...)
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    Perceived Coach Leadership Profiles and Relationship With Burnout, Coping, and Emotions.Higinio González-García, Guillaume Martinent & Alfonso Trinidad Morales - 2019 - Frontiers in Psychology 10:471260.
    The aims of the study were to identify coach profiles and examine whether participants from distinct profiles significantly differed on burnout, emotions and coping. A sample of 268 athletes (Mage = 29.34; SD = 12.37), completed a series of self-reported questionnaires. Cluster analyses revealed two coach leadership profiles: (a) profile 1 with high scores of training and instruction, authoritarian behavior, social support and positive feedback, and a low score of democratic behavior; and (b) profile 2 with low levels in training (...)
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    Corrigendum: Influence of Organized vs Non Organized Physical Activity on School Adaptation Behavior.Adrian A. Mosoi, Jürgen Beckmann, Arash Mirifar, Guillaume Martinent & Lorand Balint - 2020 - Frontiers in Psychology 11.
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    Influence of Organized vs Non Organized Physical Activity on School Adaptation Behavior.Adrian A. Mosoi, Jürgen Beckmann, Arash Mirifar, Guillaume Martinent & Lorand Balint - 2020 - Frontiers in Psychology 11.
    It is now well-established that physical activity has positive effects on both physical and mental health. However, the influence of organized physical activity on school adaptive behavior of adolescents with disabilities and/or behavioral disorders remains unclear. School behavior adaptation involves the ability to learn, conform to school norms and manage school activities without major behavior conflicts. A cross-sectional study was conducted to test the differences between organized physical activity and non-organized physical activity in an after school program. Eighty Romanian adolescents (...)
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    Causality Orientations and Supportive/Controlled Environment: Understanding Their Influence on Basic Needs, Motivation for Health and Emotions in French Hospitalized Older Adults.Guillaume Souesme, Guillaume Martinent, Donia Akour, Caroline Giraudeau & Claude Ferrand - 2020 - Frontiers in Psychology 11.
    ObjectivesFrom a self-determination theory perspective, the purpose of this cross sectional study was to better understand how to motivate hospitalized older adults’ behaviors and test an integrative model of the role of causality orientations and a supportive/controlled environment on basic need satisfaction, motivation for health oriented physical activity, positive and negative affective states, depressive symptoms, apathy, and boredom.MethodsOlder adults in French hospital units completed self-report questionnaires and socio-demographic data were also collected.ResultsPartial least squares path modeling results showed that participants’ autonomy (...)
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