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Competition stress in sport performers: Stressors experienced in the competition environment
SD Mellalieu, R Neil, S Hanton, D Fletcher
Journal of sports sciences 27 (7), 729-744, 2009
5012009
Competition stress and emotions in sport performers: The role of further appraisals
R Neil, S Hanton, SD Mellalieu, D Fletcher
Psychology of sport and exercise 12 (4), 460-470, 2011
2562011
Recent developments in competitive anxiety direction and competition stress research
S Hanton, R Neil, SD Mellalieu
International review of sport and exercise psychology 1 (1), 45-57, 2008
2322008
Hardiness and the competitive trait anxiety response
S Hanton, L Evans, R Neil
Anxiety, Stress, and Coping 16 (2), 167-184, 2003
2212003
Psychological skills usage and the competitive anxiety response as a function of skill level in rugby union
R Neil, SD Mellalieu, S Hanton
Journal of sports science & medicine 5 (3), 415, 2006
2172006
A conceptual framework of organizational stressors in sport performers
D Fletcher, S Hanton, SD Mellalieu, R Neil
Scandinavian journal of medicine & science in sports 22 (4), 545-557, 2012
1932012
Competitive experience and performance status: An investigation into multidimensional anxiety and coping
S Hanton, R Neil, SD Mellalieu, D Fletcher
European Journal of Sport Science 8 (3), 143-152, 2008
1642008
The perceived benefits and barriers of sport in spinal cord injured individuals: a qualitative study
C Stephens, R Neil, P Smith
Disability and rehabilitation 34 (24), 2061-2070, 2012
1282012
An examination of hardiness throughout the sport injury process
R Wadey, L Evans, S Hanton, R Neil
British Journal of Health Psychology 17 (1), 103-128, 2012
1132012
Experience in sport and its relationship with competitive anxiety
S Hanton, B Cropley, R Neil, SD Mellalieu, A Miles
International Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 5 (1), 28-53, 2007
952007
Self-confidence as a mediator of the relationship between competitive anxiety intensity and interpretation
SD Mellalieu, R Neil, S Hanton
Research Quarterly for exercise and sport 77 (2), 263-270, 2006
902006
Competitive anxiety intensity and interpretation: A two-study investigation into their relationship with performance
R Neil, K Wilson, SD Mellalieu, S Hanton, J Taylor
International Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 10 (2), 96-111, 2012
822012
Leader behaviour, emotional intelligence, and team performance at a UK government executive agency during organizational change
R Neil, CRD Wagstaff, E Weller, R Lewis
Journal of Change Management 16 (2), 97-122, 2016
802016
An examination of hardiness throughout the sport‐injury process: A qualitative follow‐up study
R Wadey, L Evans, S Hanton, R Neil
British journal of health psychology 17 (4), 872-893, 2012
702012
Seeing things in a different light: Assessing the effects of a cognitive-behavioral intervention upon the further appraisals and performance of golfers
R Neil, S Hanton, SD Mellalieu
Journal of applied sport psychology 25 (1), 106-130, 2013
692013
Hardiness and anxiety interpretation: An investigation into coping usage and effectiveness
S Hanton, R Neil, L Evans
European Journal of Sport Science 13 (1), 96-104, 2013
672013
The relationship between occupational demands and well-being of performing artists: A systematic review
S Willis, R Neil, MC Mellick, D Wasley
Frontiers in Psychology 10, 425607, 2019
542019
The use of self-talk during elite cricket batting performance
A Miles, R Neil
Psychology of sport and exercise 14 (6), 874-881, 2013
542013
The influence of stress and emotions on association football referees’ decision-making
R Neil, P Bayston, S Hanton, K Wilson
Sport & Exercise Psychology Review 9 (2), 22-41, 2013
522013
Coping with the demands of professional practice: Sport psychology consultants’ perspectives
B Cropley, L Baldock, SD Mellalieu, R Neil, CRD Wagstaff, R Wadey
The Sport Psychologist 30 (3), 290-302, 2016
442016
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