Bibliography on the Profile of Mood States in Sport and Exercise Psychology Research, 1971-1998

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Bibliography on the Profile of Mood States in Sport and Exercise Psychology Research, 1971-1998


LeUnes, Arnold, Burger, Jolee, Journal of Sport Behavior


BASEBALL

Friend, J., & LeUnes, A. (1990). Predicting baseball player performance. Journal of Sport Behavior, 13, 73-86.

BASKETBALL

Craighead, D., Privette, G., Vallianos, F., & Byrkit, D. (1986). Personality characteristics of basketball players, starters and non-starters. International Journal of Sport Psychology, 17, 110-119.

Newby, R., & Simpson, S. (1994). Basketball performance as a function of scores on Profile of Mood States. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 78, 1142.

* Paulsen, P., French, R., & Sherrill, C. (1991). Comparison of mood states of college able-bodied and wheelchair basketball players. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 73, 396-398. (see also Disabled/Wheelchair Athletes)

Raglin, J., Eksten, F., & Garl, T. (1995). Mood state responses to a pre-season conditioning program in male collegiate basketball players. International Journal of Sport Psychology, 26, 214-225.

BOBSLEDDING

* Terry, P. (1994). Mood state profiles as indicators of performance among Olympic and World Championship athletes. Journal of Sports Sciences, 12, 214. (see also Rowing)

* Terry, P. (1994). Mood state profiles as indicators among Olympic and World Championship athletes. In S. Serpa, J. Alves, V. Ferreira, and A. Paulo-Brito (Eds.), Proceedings of the VIIIth ISSP World Congress of Sport Psychology (pp. 963-967). Lisbon, Portugal: ISSP. (see also Rowing)

Terry, P. (1995). Discriminant capability of pre-performance mood state profiles during the 1993-1994 World Cup bobsleigh. Journal of Sports Sciences, 13, 77-78.

BODY BUILDING

Freedson, P., Mihevic. P., Loucks, A., & Girandola, R. (1983). Physique, body composition, and psychological characteristics of competitive female body builders. Physician and Sportsmedicine, 11, 85-93.

Fuchs, C., & Zaichkowsky, L. (1983). Psychological characteristics of male and female body builders: The iceberg profile. Journal of Sport Behavior, 6, 136-145.

* Moss, H., Panzak, G., & Tarter, R. (1992). Personality, mood, and psychiatric symptoms among anabolic steroid users. The American Journal on Addictions, 1, 315-324. (see also Steroids/Drugs)

CANOEING

Berglund, B., & Safstrom, H. (1994). Psychological monitoring and modulation of training load of world-class canoeists. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 26, 1036-1040.

CLIMBING

Shukitt-Hale, B., Rauch, T., & Foutch, R. (1990). Altitude symptomatology and mood states during a climb to 3,630 meters. Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine, 61, 225-228.

CRICKET

Terry, P. (1994). Pre-performance mood profiles of the England cricket team during the 1993 'ashes' series. Proceedings of the Commonwealth Scientific Congress (Victoria, British Columbia), 11, 213-240.

CYCLING

Hagberg, J., Mullin, J., Bahrke, M., & Limburg, J. (1979). Physiological profiles and selected psychological characteristics of national class American cyclists. Journal of Sports Medicine, 19, 341346.

Johnson, A., Collins, P., Higgins, I., Harrington, D., Connolly, J., Dolphin, C., McCreery, M., Brady, L., & O'Brien, M. (1986). Psychological, nutritional and physical status of Olympic road cyclists. Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness, 19, 11-14.

Keith, R., O'Keefe, K., Blessing, D., & Wilson, G. (1991). Alterations in dietary carbohydrate, protein and fat intake and mood state in trained female cyclists. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 23, 212-216.

Lane, A. M., & Terry, P. C. (1998) Predictive effectiveness of mood on cycling time trial performance. Journal of Sport Sciences, 16, 95.

Rejeski, W. J., Gregg, E., Thompson, A., & Berry, M. (1991). The effects of varying doses of acute aerobic exercise on psychophysiological stress responses in highly trained cyclists. Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 13, 188-199. …

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