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    Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
    1 February 2015Applying generalizability theory to examine the antecedents of perceived coach support  Coussens, Adam H.; Rees, T; Freeman, P
    1 April 2014The ARSQ: the athletes' received support questionnaire.  Freeman, P; Coffee, P; Moll, T; et al.
    1 March 2005Attribution in sport and exercise psychology: Seeking congruence between theory, research and practice.  Rees, T; Hardy, L; Ingledew, DK
    1 March 2005Attribution in sport psychology: further comments on Faulkner and Finlay (2005)  Rees, T; Ingledew, DK; Hardy, L
    1 May 2007Construct validity of the social support survey in sport  Rees, T; Hardy, L; Evans, Lynne
    1 October 2008The CSGU: a measure of controllability, stability, globality, and universality attributions.  Coffee, P; Rees, T
    18 July 2014The Devon Active Villages Evaluation (DAVE) trial of a community-level physical activity intervention in rural south-west England: a stepped wedge cluster randomised controlled trial  Solomon, E; Rees, T; Ukoumunne, Obioha C.; et al.
    1 May 2015Durability and generalization of attribution-based feedback following failure: Effects on expectations and behavioral persistence  Rascle, O,; Charrier, M,; LeFoll, D,; et al.
    2008The effects of perceived and received support on objective performance outcome.  Freeman, P; Rees, T
    1 July 2007The effects of perceived and received support on self-confidence.  Rees, T; Freeman, P
    1 December 2000Examination of the validity of the Social Support Survey using confirmatory factor analysis.  Rees, T; Hardy, L; Ingledew, DK; et al.
    2009How Does Perceived Support Lead to Better Performance? An Examination of Potential Mechanisms  Freeman, P; Rees, T
    1 June 2003The influence of social support on the lived experiences of spinal cord injured sportsmen.  Smith, BM; Rees, T; Sparkes, A
    1 April 2009An Intervention to Increase Social Support and Improve Performance  Freeman, P; Rees, T; Hardy, L
    1 December 2000An investigation of the social support experiences of high-level sports performers  Rees, T; Hardy, L
    15 February 2007Main and interactive effects of attribution dimensions on efficacy expectations in sport.  Rees, T
    1 November 2008Main and interactive effects of controllability and generalisability attributions upon self-efficacy  Coffee, P; Rees, T
    27 January 2009The main and interactive effects of immediate and reflective attributions upon subsequent self-efficacy  Coffee, P; Rees, T
    1 July 2004Matching social support with stressors: Effects on factors underlying performance in tennis.  Rees, T; Hardy, L
    1 February 2011The PASS-Q: the perceived available support in sport questionnaire.  Freeman, P; Coffee, P; Rees, T