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SSHRC Awarded IG 2018: This Aboriginal and community-based, participatory research project aims to co-create knowledge about the holistic (emotional, mental, physical, and spiritual) benefits to Indigenous youth of participating in northern games, and to identify factors that might be modified to...
The purpose of this participatory research was to explore connections with the land in an urban sport context among Indigenous youth. Two research questions guided this study: (a) What does a connection with the land look like in an urban sport context?, and (b) How can connections with the land...
Athlete-centred coaching is a relatively recent development in sport psychology which aims to empower athletes in an effort to improve their engagement, decision making skills, and performance (Kidman & Lombardo, 2010; Miller & Kerr, 2002). While research emerging from youth sport and...
Exploring the Relative Contributions of Training Patterns and Training Contexts to Burnout and Dropout in SwimmingDownload
Millions of children participate in youth sport, which has been associated with both potential benefits and harms. The promotion of positive, beneficial experiences in youth sport and the reduction of harmful, negative experiences requires discerning those factors which could be decisive in a...
Abstract Despite the commonness for coaching courses, manuals and websites to heavily emphasize conventional sport science concepts (such as physiology, biomechanics and sport psychology), sport scholars have suggested that coaches could benefit from learning about, and utilizing, social...
Identity Regulation in the North American Field of Men’s Professional Ice Hockey: An Examination of Organizational Control and Preparedness for Athletic Career RetirementDownload
Following a significant commitment of time, energy, and role identification, athletes retiring from sport may experience any number of difficulties, including emotional distress, diminished subjective well-being, and identity disruption. These difficulties may be particularly acute for those who...
Objectives: To investigate relationships between students’ past level of involvement in physical activity/sport and their motivations for learning (achievement goals) and well-being in medical school. In doing so, we provide evidence to medical programs to inform admission...
It Might Be ‘Us’ Not ‘Them’: An Autoethnographic Reflexion of Ableist Practices in Adapted Physical ActivityDownload
Adapted physical activity (APA) is an area of scholarship and professional practice situated across the medical, social, and most recently, resistance and radical models of disability. As APA scholars begin to shift towards more critical and social justice lenses of disability and movement...
NFRF-E awarded 2019: This participatory project reimagines sport access and equity using intersectional, interdisciplinary, and collaborative approaches. It brings together researchers of disability sport, Indigenous health, anti-oppression education, LGBTQ sport, and program evaluation with...