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    • What a difference a “Mentally Toughening” year makes: the acculturation of a rookie 

      Tibbert, Stephanie; Anderson, Mark; Morris, Tony (Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 2015)
      Objectives: This study investigated how one subculture's norms, traditions, ideals, and imperatives influenced the attitudes, beliefs, emotions, and behaviours of a young athlete (Joe) as he moved from resistance to ...
    • Equity of physical characteristics between adolescent males and females participating in single-or mixed-sex sport 

      Krause, Lyndon M.; Naughton, Geraldine A.; Benson, Amanda C.; Tibbert, Stephanie (The Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 2018)
      Krause, LM, Naughton, GA, Benson, AC, and Tibbert, S. Equity of physical characteristics between adolescent males and females participating in single- or mixed-sex sport. J Strength Cond Res 32(5): 1415–1421, 2018—Policies ...
    • An investigation into handedness and choking under pressure in sport 

      Mesagno, Christopher; Garvey, Jacob; Tibbert, Stephanie; Gröpel, Peter (Research quarterly for exercise and sport, 2019)
      When athletes fail to perform at an expected level during an important moment, it is implied the athletes have experienced “choking“ (sudden decline in performance) under pressure.”. Researchers have reported that persistent ...
    • Irrational beliefs and choking under pressure: A preliminary investigation 

      Mesagno, Christopher; Tibbert, Stephanie; Buchanan, Edward; Harvey, Jack T.; Turner, Martin J. (Journal of Applied Sport Psychology, 2021)
      Researchers who examine existing models of choking under pressure are beginning to explore the antecedents that predispose individuals to increased anxiety. Irrational beliefs (IBs) may be one such antecedent to “choking”, ...
    • Australian football coaches’ tales of mental toughness: exploring the sociocultural roots 

      Tibbert, Stephanie; Anderson, Mark; Morris, Tony; Mesagno, Christopher (The Sport Psychologist, 2023-10-31)
      The present study explored how three professional Australian football coaches learned and understood mental toughness. Participants shared stories regarding mental toughness through semistructured interviews. Reflexive ...