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  • Applying generalizability theory to examine the antecedents of perceived coach support. 

    Coussens, AH; Rees, T; Freeman, P (Human Kinetics, 2015-02)
    Although social support is integral to the coaching process, there is only a limited understanding of the antecedents of perceived coach support. We applied generalizability theory to examine perceived coach support and ...
  • The ARSQ: the athletes' received support questionnaire. 

    Freeman, P; Coffee, P; Moll, T; Rees, T; Sammy, N (Human Kinetics, 2014-04)
    To address calls for context-specific measurement of social support, this article reports the development of the Athletes' Received Support Questionnaire (ARSQ) and demonstrates initial evidence for its validity. Across ...
  • The effects of perceived and received support on objective performance outcome. 

    Freeman, P; Rees, T (Taylor & Francis, 2008)
    In this study, we examined the main and stress-buffering effects of perceived and received support upon objective performance outcome. The sample consisted of 123 male British high performance golfers, mean age 25.3 years ...
  • The effects of perceived and received support on self-confidence. 

    Rees, T; Freeman, P (Taylor & Francis, 2007-07)
    A sample of 222 university athletes (mean age 19.8 years, s = 2.0), ranging in standard from university second team to international competitor, completed a measure of perceived support 2 weeks before an important competition ...
  • How Does Perceived Support Lead to Better Performance? An Examination of Potential Mechanisms 

    Freeman, P; Rees, T (Taylor & Francis, 2009)
    Using a high-performance sample of 118 golfers, we examined the relationship between perceived support and performance. Observed variable path analysis revealed that the beneficial effects of perceived support were primarily ...
  • An Intervention to Increase Social Support and Improve Performance 

    Freeman, P; Rees, T; Hardy, L (Taylor & Francis, 2009-04)
    This study investigated the effects of a one-to-one intervention designed to increase social support and improve performance using a single-subject multiple baseline design. Participants were 3 high-level male golfers, ...
  • The PASS-Q: the perceived available support in sport questionnaire. 

    Freeman, P; Coffee, P; Rees, T (Human Kinetics, 2011-02)
    This article provides initial evidence for the construct validity of the Perceived Available Support in Sport Questionnaire (PASS-Q), which assesses emotional, esteem, informational, and tangible support. In Study 1, ...
  • Social Support and Performance in a Golf-Putting Experiment 

    Rees, T; Freeman, P (Human Kinetics, 2010-09)
    This study examined the impact of a social support manipulation on performance. Participants with high and low levels of perceived support were randomly assigned to an experimental support or control condition, before ...
  • Stressors, social support, and effects upon performance in golf. 

    Rees, T; Hardy, L; Freeman, P (Taylor & Francis, 2007-01-01)
    In this study, we extended the work of Rees and Hardy (2004) by examining the main and stress-buffering effects of social support upon sports performance in a different context, using a different outcome measure, and a ...
  • Three generalizability studies of the components of perceived coach support. 

    Rees, T; Freeman, P; Bell, S; Bunney, R (Human Kinetics, 2012-04)
    Coaches are important providers of social support, but what influences us to perceive our coaches as supportive or unsupportive? We investigated the extent to which perceptions of coach support reflect characteristics of ...