The experience of risk sport: dominance, states and injuries

Nicola Cogan, Iain Brown

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Abstract


LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationExperiencing Sports
Subtitle of host publicationReversal Theory
EditorsJohn H. Kerr
Place of PublicationHoboken, NJ
Pages155-174
Number of pages20
Publication statusPublished - 14 Apr 1999

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Keywords

  • sport
  • risk
  • dominance

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Cogan, N., & Brown, I. (1999). The experience of risk sport: dominance, states and injuries. In J. H. Kerr (Ed.), Experiencing Sports: Reversal Theory (pp. 155-174). Hoboken, NJ.
Cogan, Nicola ; Brown, Iain. / The experience of risk sport : dominance, states and injuries. Experiencing Sports: Reversal Theory. editor / John H. Kerr. Hoboken, NJ, 1999. pp. 155-174
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Experiencing Sports: Reversal Theory. ed. / John H. Kerr. Hoboken, NJ, 1999. p. 155-174.

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Cogan N, Brown I. The experience of risk sport: dominance, states and injuries. In Kerr JH, editor, Experiencing Sports: Reversal Theory. Hoboken, NJ. 1999. p. 155-174