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Stress, coping and mental control
The purpose of this thesis was to develop a better understanding of the ways in which elite athletes cope with stress and h o w mental control strategies such as thought stopping can influence performance. Four studies were conducted. Study O n e examined the relationship between coping effectiveness and elite athlete performance. N e w Zealand athletes participating at the 1998 Commonwealth G a m e s were sent questionnaires three weeks before and immediately after the Games. Results revealeddoi:10.26182/5d4d1d4962eff fatcat:grihsa4wv5cqfouyqb7w7i3o7q