Lew Hardy
Lew Hardy
Institute for the Psychology of Elite Performance, Bangor University
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Understanding psychological preparation for sport: Theory and practice of elite performers
L Hardy, G Jones, D Gould
John Wiley & Sons, 2018
A catastrophe model of anxiety and performance
L Hardy, G Parfitt
British journal of psychology 82 (2), 163-178, 1991
The relative impact of cognitive anxiety and self-confidence upon sport performance: A meta-analysis
TIM Woodman, LEW Hardy
Journal of sports sciences 21 (6), 443-457, 2003
Test of performance strategies: Development and preliminary validation of a comprehensive measure of athletes' psychological skills
PR Thomas, SM Murphy, LEW Hardy
Journal of sports sciences 17 (9), 697-711, 1999
Measurement of transformational leadership and its relationship with team cohesion and performance level
N Callow, MJ Smith, L Hardy, CA Arthur, J Hardy
Journal of applied sport psychology 21 (4), 395-412, 2009
The great British medalists project: a review of current knowledge on the development of the world’s best sporting talent
T Rees, L Hardy, A Güllich, B Abernethy, J Côté, T Woodman, ...
Sports medicine 46 (8), 1041-1058, 2016
Intensity and direction dimensions of competitive state anxiety and relationships with performance
G Jones, A Swain, L Hardy
Journal of sports sciences 11 (6), 525-532, 1993
Movement imagery ability: development and assessment of a revised version of the vividness of movement imagery questionnaire
R Roberts, N Callow, L Hardy, D Markland, J Bringer
Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 30 (2), 200-221, 2008
Knowledge and conscious control of motor actions under stress
L Hardy, R Mullen, G Jones
British Journal of psychology 87 (4), 621-636, 1996
Stress and anxiety
T Woodman, L Hardy, RN Singer, HA Hausenblas, C Janelle
Handbook of sport psychology, 290-318, 2001
A case study of organizational stress in elite sport
T Woodman, L Hardy
Journal of applied sport psychology 13 (2), 207-238, 2001
The Exercise Motivations Inventory: Preliminary development and validity of a measure of individuals' reasons for participation in regular physical exercise
D Markland, L Hardy
Personality and individual Differences 15 (3), 289-296, 1993
An in-depth analysis of the uses of imagery by high-level slalom canoeists and artistic gymnasts
A White, L Hardy
The Sport Psychologist 12 (4), 387-403, 1998
Efficacy of external and internal visual imagery perspectives for the enhancement of performance on tasks in which form is important
L Hardy, N Callow
Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 21 (2), 95-112, 1999
An investigation of the social support experiences of high-level sports performers
T Rees, L Hardy
The sport psychologist 14 (4), 327-347, 2000
The inverted-U hypothesis: A catastrophe for sport psychology
J Fazey, L Hardy
British Association of Sports Sciences and the National Coaching Foundation, 1988
The performance profile: Theory and application
RJ Butler, L Hardy
The sport psychologist 6 (3), 253-264, 1992
The effects of a motivational general-mastery imagery intervention on the sport confidence of high-level badminton players
N Callow, L Hardy, C Hall
Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport 72 (4), 389-400, 2001
Use of different imagery perspectives on the learning and performance of different motor skills
A White, L Hardy
British Journal of Psychology 86 (2), 169-180, 1995
The Coleman Roberts Griffith address: Three myths about applied consultancy work
L Hardy
Journal of Applied Sport Psychology 9 (2), 277-294, 1997
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