The development and preliminary validation of the Challenge and Threat in Sport (CAT-Sport) Scale

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Rossato, Claire J. L. ; Uphill, Mark A. ; Swain, Jon ; Coleman, Damian A. (2016)

This paper outlines the development and preliminary validation of a sport-specific measure of\ud athletes’ experience of challenge and threat. Three independent studies assess the content\ud validity, factor structure, criterion validity and internal consistency of the ... View more
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