Pre-Event Competitive State Anxiety Fluctuations: Intensity, Direction, and Frequency Accounts Using the Time-to-Event Paradigm

Hagan Jr. JE, Schack T, Pollmann D (2016)
Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport 87(Suppl. 1): 71.

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Hagan Jr. JE, Schack T, Pollmann D. Pre-Event Competitive State Anxiety Fluctuations: Intensity, Direction, and Frequency Accounts Using the Time-to-Event Paradigm. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport. 2016;87(Suppl. 1):71.
Hagan Jr., J. E., Schack, T., & Pollmann, D. (2016). Pre-Event Competitive State Anxiety Fluctuations: Intensity, Direction, and Frequency Accounts Using the Time-to-Event Paradigm. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 87(Suppl. 1), 71.
Hagan Jr., J. E., Schack, T., and Pollmann, D. (2016). Pre-Event Competitive State Anxiety Fluctuations: Intensity, Direction, and Frequency Accounts Using the Time-to-Event Paradigm. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport 87, 71.
Hagan Jr., J.E., Schack, T., & Pollmann, D., 2016. Pre-Event Competitive State Anxiety Fluctuations: Intensity, Direction, and Frequency Accounts Using the Time-to-Event Paradigm. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 87(Suppl. 1), p 71.
J.E. Hagan Jr., T. Schack, and D. Pollmann, “Pre-Event Competitive State Anxiety Fluctuations: Intensity, Direction, and Frequency Accounts Using the Time-to-Event Paradigm”, Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, vol. 87, 2016, pp. 71.
Hagan Jr., J.E., Schack, T., Pollmann, D.: Pre-Event Competitive State Anxiety Fluctuations: Intensity, Direction, and Frequency Accounts Using the Time-to-Event Paradigm. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport. 87, 71 (2016).
Hagan Jr., John Elvis, Schack, Thomas, and Pollmann, Dietmar. “Pre-Event Competitive State Anxiety Fluctuations: Intensity, Direction, and Frequency Accounts Using the Time-to-Event Paradigm”. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport 87.Suppl. 1 (2016): 71.