Injured athletes: A study of emotional responses

Quackenbush, Nancy; Crossman, Jane
September 1994
Journal of Sport Behavior;Sep94, Vol. 17 Issue 3, p178
Academic Journal
Discusses the emotional phenomena experienced through four stages of athletic injury. List of positive and negative emotions; Emotional responses at each stage as a function of time; Decrease in incidence of negative emotions.


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