Do anxious swimmers swim slower?

reexamining the elusive anxiety-performance relationship. by Damon Burton

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Taken from Journal of sport and exercise psychology, 1988, pp.45-59.

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Finally, short duration and high and low complexity events demonstrate stronger relationships between somatic anxiety and performance than do long duration or moderate complexity events.

Two samples of swimmers completed the CSAI-2 prior to competition, and performance data were obtained from meet by: DOI: /JSEP Corpus ID: Do Anxious Swimmers Swim Slower. Reexamining the Elusive Anxiety-Performance Relationship @article{BurtonDoAS, title={Do Anxious Swimmers Swim Slower.

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