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The prosocial and antisocial behavior in sport scale
M Kavussanu, ID Boardley
Journal of sport and exercise psychology 31 (1), 97-117, 2009
4872009
Development and validation of the moral disengagement in sport scale
ID Boardley, M Kavussanu
Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 29 (5), 608-628, 2007
2992007
The influence of social variables and moral disengagement on prosocial and antisocial behaviours in field hockey and netball
ID Boardley, M Kavussanu
Journal of sports sciences 27 (8), 843-854, 2009
2832009
Social identity and prosocial and antisocial behavior in youth sport
MW Bruner, ID Boardley, J C˘tÚ
Psychology of sport and exercise 15 (1), 56-64, 2014
2762014
Effects of goal orientation and perceived value of toughness on antisocial behavior in soccer: The mediating role of moral disengagement
ID Boardley, M Kavussanu
Journal of sport and exercise psychology 32 (2), 176-192, 2010
2302010
Coaching efficacy and coaching effectiveness: Examining their predictors and comparing coaches’ and athletes’ reports
M Kavussanu, ID Boardley, N Jutkiewicz, S Vincent, C Ring
The Sport Psychologist 22 (4), 383-404, 2008
2302008
Athletes’ perceptions of coaching effectiveness and athlete-related outcomes in rugby union: An investigation based on the coaching efficacy model
ID Boardley, M Kavussanu, C Ring
The sport psychologist 22 (3), 269-287, 2008
1992008
The moral disengagement in sport scale–short
ID Boardley, M Kavussanu
Journal of sports sciences 26 (14), 1507-1517, 2008
1632008
The Prosocial and Antisocial Behaviour in Sport Scale: Further evidence for construct validity and reliability
M Kavussanu, N Stanger, ID Boardley
Journal of sports sciences 31 (11), 1208-1221, 2013
1612013
Moral disengagement in sport
ID Boardley, M Kavussanu
International Review of Sport and Exercise Psychology 4 (2), 93-108, 2011
1392011
Fear of failure and student athletes’ interpersonal antisocial behaviour in education and sport
SS Sagar, ID Boardley, M Kavussanu
British journal of educational psychology 81 (3), 391-408, 2011
1262011
The influence of moral disengagement and negative emotion on antisocial sport behavior.
N Stanger, M Kavussanu, ID Boardley, C Ring
Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology 2 (2), 117, 2013
1232013
Effects of competitive pressure on expert performance: Underlying psychological, physiological, and kinematic mechanisms
A Cooke, M Kavussanu, D McIntyre, ID Boardley, C Ring
Psychophysiology 48 (8), 1146-1156, 2011
1212011
Doping in bodybuilders: a qualitative investigation of facilitative psychosocial processes
ID Boardley, J Grix
Qualitative research in sport, exercise and health 6 (3), 422-439, 2014
1192014
Bracketed morality revisited: How do athletes behave in two contexts?
M Kavussanu, ID Boardley, SS Sagar, C Ring
Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 35 (5), 449-463, 2013
1102013
Narcissism and coach interpersonal style: A self‐determination theory perspective
D Matosic, N Ntoumanis, ID Boardley, C Sedikides, BD Stewart, ...
Scandinavian journal of medicine & science in sports 27 (2), 254-261, 2017
922017
Disentangling the relations between social identity and prosocial and antisocial behavior in competitive youth sport
MW Bruner, ID Boardley, AJ Benson, KS Wilson, Z Root, J Turnnidge, ...
Journal of youth and adolescence 47, 1113-1127, 2018
892018
Moral disengagement and associated processes in performance-enhancing drug use: a national qualitative investigation
ID Boardley, J Grix, AJ Dewar
Journal of sports sciences 32 (9), 836-844, 2014
852014
Social media use informing behaviours related to physical activity, diet and quality of life during COVID-19: a mixed methods study
VA Goodyear, I Boardley, SY Chiou, SAM Fenton, K Makopoulou, A Stathi, ...
BMC Public Health 21, 1-14, 2021
802021
Moving sport and exercise science forward: a call for the adoption of more transparent research practices
AR Caldwell, AD Vigotsky, MS Tenan, R Radel, DT Mellor, A Kreutzer, ...
Sports Medicine 50 (3), 449-459, 2020
782020
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