Bradley W. Young
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Towards a definition of excellence in sport coaching
J Côté, B Young, J North, P Duffy
International journal of coaching science 1 (1), 3-17, 2007
2362007
20 years later: Deliberate practice and the development of expertise in sport
J Baker, B Young
International Review of Sport and Exercise Psychology 7 (1), 135-157, 2014
1502014
Insights on the process of using interpretive phenomenological analysis in a sport coaching research project
B Callary, S Rathwell, BW Young
The Qualitative Report 20 (2), 63-75, 2015
1302015
Perceptions of training and deliberate practice of middle distance runners.
BW Young, JH Salmela
International Journal of Sport Psychology, 2002
1142002
Examining social influences on the sport commitment of Masters swimmers
BW Young, N Medic
Psychology of Sport and Exercise 12 (2), 168-175, 2011
822011
Gender, age, and sport differences in relative age effects among US Masters swimming and track and field athletes
N Medic, BW Young, JL Starkes, PL Weir, JR Grove
Journal of sports sciences 27 (14), 1535-1544, 2009
712009
Examining relative age effects on performance achievement and participation rates in Masters athletes
N Medic, JL Starkes, BW Young
Journal of Sports Sciences 25 (12), 1377-1384, 2007
682007
Coach selections and the relative age effect in male youth ice hockey
DJ Hancock, DM Ste-Marie, BW Young
Research quarterly for exercise and sport 84 (1), 126-130, 2013
582013
Career-span analyses of track performance: longitudinal data present a more optimistic view of age-related performance decline
BW Young, JL Starkes
Experimental Aging Research 31 (1), 69-90, 2005
512005
Examination of practice activities related to the acquisition of elite performance in Canadian middle distance running
BW Young, JH Salmela
International Journal of Sport Psychology 41 (1), 73, 2010
462010
Discriminating skilled coaching groups: Quantitative examination of developmental experiences and activities
BW Young, K Jemczyk, K Brophy, J Côté
International Journal of Sports Science & Coaching 4 (3), 397-414, 2009
442009
Retaining expertise: What does it take for older expert athletes to continue to excel
JL Starkes, PL Weir, BW Young
Expert performance in sports: Advances in research on sport expertise, 251-272, 2003
442003
Within-career transitions of the athlete-coach-parent triad
JH Salmela, BW Young, J Kallio
Career transitions in sport: International perspectives, 181-193, 2000
402000
Explaining performance in elite middle-aged runners: contributions from age and from ongoing and past training factors
BW Young, N Medic, PL Weir, JL Starkes
Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 30 (6), 737-754, 2008
362008
Self-regulated learning predicts skill group differences in developing athletes
D Bartulovic, BW Young, J Baker
Psychology of Sport and Exercise 31, 61-69, 2017
352017
The motivation to become an expert athlete: How coaches can promote long-term commitment
BW Young, N Medic
352008
The motivation to become an expert athlete: How coaches can promote long-term commitment
BW Young, N Medic
Developing sport expertise, 65-81, 2007
352007
Examining gender differences in the determinants of Masters Swimmers' sport commitment
JC Wigglesworth, BW Young, N Medic, JR Grove
International Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 10 (3), 236-250, 2012
322012
Does lifelong training temper age-related decline in sport performance? Interpreting differences between cross-sectional and longitudinal data
BW Young, PL Weir, JL Starkes, N Medic
Experimental Aging Research 34 (1), 27-48, 2007
302007
Comparing the contribution of conscientiousness, self-control, and grit to key criteria of sport expertise development
RAB Tedesqui, BW Young
Psychology of Sport and Exercise 34, 110-118, 2018
282018
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