Todd Loughead

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CHEMISTRY AND BIOCHEMISTRY University of Windsor, Windsor, Canada 
Area:
Physical Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry
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Eys M, Beauchamp MR, Godfrey M, et al. (2020) Role Commitment and Acceptance in a Sport Context. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology. 1-13
Hoffmann MD, Loughead TM, Dixon JC, et al. (2017) Examining the home advantage in the National Hockey League: Comparisons among regulation, overtime, and the shootout Psychology of Sport and Exercise. 28: 24-30
Loughead TM, Fransen K, Van Puyenbroeck S, et al. (2016) An examination of the relationship between athlete leadership and cohesion using social network analysis. Journal of Sports Sciences. 1-11
Duguay AM, Loughead TM, Munroe-Chandler KJ. (2016) The development, implementation, and evaluation of an athlete leadership development program with female varsity athletes Sport Psychologist. 30: 154-166
Shirazipour CH, Munroe-Chandler KJ, Loughead TM. (2016) Judging the gym: Stereotypes of female weight trainers International Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology. 1-14
Curtin KD, Munroe-Chandler KJ, Loughead TM. (2016) Athletes’ imagery use from a team-level perspective and team cohesion International Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology. 14: 323-339
Hoffmann MD, Loughead TM. (2016) Investigating athlete mentoring functions and their association with leadership behaviours and protégé satisfaction International Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology. 14: 85-102
Fransen K, Van Puyenbroeck S, Loughead TM, et al. (2015) The Art of Athlete Leadership: Identifying High-Quality Athlete Leadership at the Individual and Team Level Through Social Network Analysis. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology. 37: 274-90
Falcão WR, Bloom GA, Loughead TM. (2015) Coaches' Perceptions of Team Cohesion in Paralympic Sports. Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly : Apaq. 32: 206-22
Hoffmann MD, Loughead TM. (2015) A comparison of well-peer mentored and non-peer mentored athletes’ perceptions of satisfaction Journal of Sports Sciences
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