Tim Rees
Tim Rees
Professor of Sport, Bournemouth University
Verified email at bournemouth.ac.uk
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An investigation of the social support experiences of high-level sports performers
T Rees, L Hardy
Sport Psychologist 14 (4), 327-347, 2000
The Great British medalists project: A review of current knowledge into the development of the world’s best sporting talent
T Rees, L Hardy, A Güllich, B Abernethy, C J, T Woodman, H Montgomery, ...
Sports Medicine, 2016
Matching social support with stressors: Effects on factors underlying performance in tennis
T Rees, L Hardy
Psychology of Sport and Exercise 5 (3), 319-337, 2004
Attribution in sport psychology: Seeking congruence between theory, research and practice
T Rees, DK Ingledew, L Hardy
Psychology of Sport and Exercise 6 (2), 189-204, 2005
A social identity approach to sport psychology: Principles, practice, and prospects
T Rees, A Haslam, P Coffee, D Lavallee
Sports Medicine, 2015
Social support moderates the relationship between stressors and task performance through self-efficacy
T Rees, P Freeman
Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology 28 (2), 244-263, 2009
Stressors, social support and psychological responses to sport injury in high-and low-performance standard participants
T Rees, I Mitchell, L Evans, L Hardy
Psychology of Sport and Exercise 11 (6), 505-512, 2010
The effects of perceived and received support on self-confidence
T Rees, P Freeman
Journal of sports sciences 25 (9), 1057-1065, 2007
Stressors, social support, and effects upon performance in golf
T Rees, L Hardy, P Freeman
Journal of sports sciences 25 (1), 33-42, 2007
The influence of social support on the lived experiences of spinal cord injured sportsmen
T Rees, B Smith, AC Sparkes
Sport psychologist 17 (2), 135-156, 2003
Great British medalists: Psychosocial biographies of Super-Elite and Elite athletes from Olympic sports
L Hardy, M Barlow, L Evans, T Rees, T Woodman, C Warr
Progress in Brain Research, 2017
Perceived social support from team-mates: Direct and stress-buffering effects on self-confidence
P Freeman, T Rees
European Journal of Sport Science 10 (1), 59-67, 2010
How does perceived support lead to better performance? An examination of potential mechanisms
P Freeman, T Rees
Journal of Applied Sport Psychology 21 (4), 429-441, 2009
The PASS-Q: the perceived available support in sport questionnaire.
P Freeman, P Coffee, T Rees
Human Kinetics, 2011
Influence of social support on athletes
T Rees
Social psychology in sport, 223-231, 2007
Social support dimensions and components of performance in tennis
T Rees, DK Ingledew, L Hardy
Journal of Sports Sciences 17 (5), 421-429, 1999
Stressors, social support, and tests of the buffering hypothesis: Effects on psychological responses of injured athletes
I Mitchell, L Evans, T Rees, L Hardy
British journal of health psychology 19 (3), 486-508, 2014
The effects of perceived and received support on objective performance outcome
P Freeman, T Rees
European Journal of Sport Science 8 (6), 359-368, 2008
Bouncing back from failure: The interactive impact of perceived controllability and stability on self-efficacy beliefs and future task performance
P Coffee, T Rees, SA Haslam
Journal of sports sciences 27 (11), 1117-1124, 2009
Personal, social, and environmental correlates of physical activity in adults living in rural south-west England: a cross-sectional analysis
E Solomon, T Rees, OC Ukoumunne, B Metcalf, M Hillsdon
International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 10 (1), 129, 2013
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