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Sport Psychology Study on Track Team Dynamics

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1 Sport Psychology Study on Track Team Dynamics on Wed May 22, 2013 7:46 am


Sport Psychology Study on Track Team Dynamics

Blair Evans, a PhD student at Wilfrid Laurier
University is conducting a study involving Track
athletes' preferences and experiences with team

Blair's study is being completed by Track
athletes from all running events on University and
Club teams from across Canada and the U.S. you are
invited to participate. The study is an online questionnaire
and asks questions about your preferences for team

To participate, you must be 17 years of age or older
and you must have participated in a track running event
within the past year. Your participation is entirely voluntary.

If you are interested in Blair's study, please click
on the link below to learn more about it and (if you
would like to participate) to complete the
questionnaire itself. If you have any questions or
concerns, feel free to e-mail Blair at

To access the study webpage, click this link:

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