Journal of Sport Behavior

This journal focuses on the sociological, psychological and anthropological and their applications to the science of sport.

Articles from Vol. 27, No. 2, June

Effects of Motivational Music on Work Output and Affective Responses during Sub-Maximal Cycling of a Standardized Perceived Intensity
Researchers (e.g., Triandis, 1977) examining the antecedents of exercise adherence have suggested that affective responses might exert an influence on individuals' intention to exercise. According to Godin and Shephard (1990) the affective dimension...
Gender Differences in Coping with Endurance Sport Stress: Are Men from Mars and Women from Venus?
Participation in extreme endurance events such as marathons and ironman-length triathlons has the potential to place endurance athletes under intense physical and psychological stress. Being able to effectively cope with these unique stressors is an...
Job Satisfaction among Mid-Level Collegiate Campus Recreation Program Administrators
In the past two decades, campus recreation has been a rapidly evolving system within the collegiate environment. What was once referred to as the "intramural" program has expanded extensively in the late 1990's to encompass an array of recreational...
Social Cognitive Predictors of Creatine Use versus Non-Use among Male, Undergraduate, Recreational Resistance Trainers
Creatine is one of the most popular performance enhancing supplements among college students (Williams & Anderson, 2000), and has received recent attention from popular media sources (Bamberger, 1998; Schrof, 1998; Shaifali, 1998; Smith, 2000)....
Sources of Disordered Eating Patterns between Ballet Dancers and Non-Dancers
Disordered eating may be defined on a continuum from eating disorders (e.g., anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa) to preoccupations with weight and restrictive eating (Wein & Micheli, 2002). However, there are several differences between disordered...
Treatment Acceptability in NCAA Division I Football Athletes: Rehabilitation Intervention Strategies
Treatment acceptability has garnered an increasing amount of attention throughout clinical and counseling psychology, but research on the acceptability of sport psychology intervention techniques continues to be insufficient. Research involving NCAA...