Competitive Anxiety in Sport
Human Kinetics Books, 1990 - 277 páginas
Competitive Anxiety in Sport is a review of competitive anxiety research that has used the 'Sport Competition Anxiety Test' (SCAT), and the 'Competitve State Anxiety Inventory-2' (CSAI-2). The book describes the theoretical basis and development procedures for each scale.
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Anxiety in Sport
Competitive Trait Anxiety
Development of SCAT
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