Indexed on: 21 Jun '16Published on: 17 Jun '16Published in: Psychology of Sport and Exercise
Consistency, both in duration and behavior, of pre-performance routines has been closely related to overall performance quality. However, recent findings highlight that psychological and physiological states may have important implications for routine consistency. To further clarify this relationship, the present study sought to examine changes in routine consistency with respect to optimal and non-optimal arousal states.
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