Todd Loughead

CHEMISTRY AND BIOCHEMISTRY University of Windsor, Windsor, Canada 
Physical Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry
"Todd Loughead"
Mean distance: (not calculated yet)
BETA: Related publications


You can help our author matching system! If you notice any publications incorrectly attributed to this author, please sign in and mark matches as correct or incorrect.

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 M, Loughead T, Caron J. (2019) Mentoring identity and the motivation to mentor: a case study of an exemplary peer athlete mentor. Ieee Transactions On Signal Processing. 33: 52-63
Duguay AM, Loughead TM, Cook JM. (2019) Athlete Leadership as a Shared Process: Using a Social-Network Approach to Examine Athlete Leadership in Competitive Female Youth Soccer Teams The Sport Psychologist. 33: 189-202
Hoffmann MD, Loughead TM, Bloom GA. (2017) Examining the Experiences of Peer Mentored Athletes Competing in Elite Sport The Sport Psychologist. 31: 134-146
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
Falcão WR, Bloom GA, Loughead TM. (2015) Coaches' Perceptions of Team Cohesion in Paralympic Sports. Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly : Apaq. 32: 206-22
Eys MA, Jewitt E, Evans MB, et al. (2013) Coach-initiated motivational climate and cohesion in youth sport Research Quarterly For Exercise and Sport. 84: 373-383
Martin LJ, Carron AV, Eys MA, et al. (2013) Validation of the child sport cohesion questionnaire Measurement in Physical Education and Exercise Science. 17: 105-119
Martin LJ, Carron AV, Eys MA, et al. (2012) Development of a cohesion inventory for children's sport teams Group Dynamics. 16: 68-79
Eys M, Loughead T, Bray SR, et al. (2009) Development of a cohesion questionnaire for youth: the Youth Sport Environment Questionnaire. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology. 31: 390-408
See more...