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Dr Ross Wadey
Dr Ross Wadey
Performance Psychologist and Senior Lecturer in Sport and Exercise Psychology
Zweryfikowany adres z roehampton.ac.uk
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The development and maintenance of mental toughness: Perceptions of elite performers
D Connaughton, R Wadey, S Hanton, G Jones
Journal of sports sciences 26 (1), 83-95, 2008
7012008
Psychological readiness to return to competitive sport following injury: a qualitative study
L Podlog, SM Banham, R Wadey, JC Hannon
The Sport Psychologist 29 (1), 1-14, 2015
1652015
Mental toughness research: Key issues in this area
D Connaughton, S Hanton, G Jones, R Wadey
International journal of sport psychology 39 (3), 192-204, 2008
1352008
Understanding overuse injuries in rhythmic gymnastics: A 12-month ethnographic study
F Cavallerio, R Wadey, CRD Wagstaff
Psychology of sport and exercise 25, 100-109, 2016
1262016
Perceived benefits following sport injury: A qualitative examination of their antecedents and underlying mechanisms
R Wadey, L Evans, K Evans, I Mitchell
Journal of applied sport psychology 23 (2), 142-158, 2011
1212011
Stressors experienced by injured athletes
L Evans, R Wadey, S Hanton, I Mitchell
Journal of sports sciences 30 (9), 917-927, 2012
1142012
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
A grounded theory of sport injury-related growth.
K Roy-Davis, R Wadey, L Evans
Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology 6 (1), 35, 2017
1092017
Examining the relationship between hardiness and perceived stress-related growth in a sport injury context
J Salim, R Wadey, C Diss
Psychology of Sport and exercise 19, 10-17, 2015
1082015
Basic psychological skills usage and competitive anxiety responses: perceived underlying mechanisms
R Wadey, S Hanton
Research quarterly for exercise and sport 79 (3), 363-373, 2008
952008
Whole‐body biomechanical differences between limbs exist 9 months after ACL reconstruction across jump/landing tasks
E King, C Richter, A Franklyn‐Miller, K Daniels, R Wadey, R Moran, ...
Scandinavian journal of medicine & science in sports 28 (12), 2567-2578, 2018
892018
Back to normal symmetry? Biomechanical variables remain more asymmetrical than normal during jump and change-of-direction testing 9 months after anterior cruciate ligament …
E King, C Richter, A Franklyn-Miller, R Wadey, R Moran, S Strike
The American journal of sports medicine 47 (5), 1175-1185, 2019
882019
An adolescent perspective on injury recovery and the return to sport
L Podlog, R Wadey, A Stark, M Lochbaum, J Hannon, M Newton
Psychology of Sport and Exercise 14 (4), 437-446, 2013
882013
Examining hardiness, coping and stress-related growth following sport injury
J Salim, R Wadey, C Diss
Journal of Applied Sport Psychology 28 (2), 154-169, 2016
852016
Coaches' perceptions of athletes' stress-related growth following sport injury
R Wadey, S Clark, L Podlog, D McCullough
Psychology of Sport and Exercise 14 (2), 125-135, 2013
832013
Narratives of trauma, recovery, and growth: The complex role of sport following permanent acquired disability
MC Day, R Wadey
Psychology of Sport and Exercise 22, 131-138, 2016
802016
Biomechanical but not timed performance asymmetries persist between limbs 9 months after ACL reconstruction during planned and unplanned change of direction
E King, C Richter, A Franklyn-Miller, K Daniels, R Wadey, M Jackson, ...
Journal of biomechanics 81, 93-103, 2018
782018
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
Adjusting to retirement from sport: Narratives of former competitive rhythmic gymnasts
F Cavallerio, R Wadey, CRD Wagstaff
Qualitative Research in Sport, Exercise and Health 9 (5), 533-545, 2017
672017
Reinjury anxiety, coping, and return-to-sport outcomes: A multiple mediation analysis.
R Wadey, L Podlog, M Hall, J Hamson-Utley, C Hicks-Little, C Hammer
Rehabilitation Psychology 59 (3), 256, 2014
672014
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