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A psychophysiological comparison of on-sight lead and top rope ascents in advanced rock climbers
(University of Canterbury. School of Sport & Physical Education, 2013)
Research suggests that lead climbing is both physiologically and psychologically more stressful than top rope climbing for intermediate performers. This observation may not be true for advanced climbers, who train regularly ...
Developing services in te rohe o Ngai Tahu for Maori with gambling related problems
(University of Canterbury. Health Sciences Centre, 2005)
Although Maori, like other indigenous populations, have been identified as being disproportionately at risk of gambling related problems, there has been limited progress with strategies to address issues in this area. The ...
Perceived anxiety and plasma cortisol concentrations following rock climbing with differing safety-rope protocols
(University of Canterbury. School of Sport & Physical Education, 2009)
Objectives: To examine how different safety rope protocols impact on subjective anxiety and self confidence levels and plasma cortisol concentrations and the relationship between subjective states and cortisol during rock ...
Monitoring wellbeing during recovery from the 2010-2011 Canterbury earthquakes: the CERA Wellbeing Survey
(University of Canterbury. School of Health Sciences, 2015)
In this paper we outline the process and outcomes of a multi-agency, multi-sector research collaboration, led by the Canterbury Earthquake Research Authority (CERA). The CERA Wellbeing Survey (CWS) is a serial, cross-sectional ...
Current views on the therapeutic value of homework in counselling and psychotherapy
(University of Canterbury. Health Sciences Centre, 2010)
Migration of identity of a counsellor educator: using writing as a method of inquiry to explore the in-between spaces.
(University of Canterbury. School of Health Sciences, 2014)
This paper examines the space between familiar and new storying of professional identity in the author’s migration from counsellor/psychologist to lecturer/researcher. Value is given to reflecting on the complexities and ...
Supporting school improvement: The development of a scale for assessing pupils' emotional and behavioural development
(University of Canterbury. School of Educational Studies and Human Development, 2004)
This paper reports the construction of a teacher rating instrument designed to monitor the social and emotional development of school age children and young people (4–17 years). The instrument was developed by reviewing ...
Mushin and learning in and beyond budo
© Idokan Poland Association. Recent developments in the theorization of learning reflect a degree of frustration with the limitations of Western dualism and, in particular, with its separation of mind from body. These ...
A study on in-match rugby coaches' communications with players: A holistic approach
Background: While there is significant interest in coach behaviour during training sessions and recognition of what it could add to existing knowledge on coaching, in-game coach behaviour has received little attention.Purpose: ...