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Physical and Psychological Changes During Marathon Training and Running Injuries: An Interdisciplinary, Repeated-Measures Approach

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By: Hayley C. Russell, Andrew C. White & Diane M. Wiese-Bjornstal Published: 2017 | Product: SAGE Research Methods Cases Part 2
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Abstract

Marathon running is an increasingly popular form of physical activity. Despite its popularity, sport psychology research on marathon runners is limited, as are interdisciplinary approaches to evaluating performance results and health consequences of marathon training. Our Sports Medicine Psychology Laboratory research group partnered with exercise physiologists from the Sports Performance Laboratory 3 years ago to implement an ongoing interdisciplinary research program examining physical and psychological adaptations among approximately 100 novice runners taking a university-sponsored course in marathon training. Each year we have employed a repeated-measures design and made adaptations to the psychological constructs measured based on a specific overall purpose and focus for that year. We employed quantitative methods of analysis following the first and second years’ data collections to assess physical and psychological factors ...

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