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1. InjuriesBased on research by Petitpas and Danish, which of the following is(are) a psychological reaction(s) associated with injury?a. identity lossb. lack of confidencec. fear and anxiety*d. all of the abovee. a and c
2. Injuries 2Which of the following has research shown to be predictive of athleticinjury?
3. Injuries 3In a study by Smith, Smoll, and Ptacek examining the relationshipbetween life stress, social support, coping skills, and injury, theresearchers found that
4. Injuries 4Which of the following is (are) a potential explanation(s) for therelationship between stress and injury?
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5. Injuries 5Which type(s) of attitudes have consultants identified as being relatedto injury?a. Act tough and always give 110%.b. If you are injured, you are worthless.c. Pressure is a privilege.*d. a and be. a and c

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A.Kelly
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Psychology, Injury, Physical trauma, c Pressure
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