Taking an Embodied Approach to Posttraumatic Growth Research and Sport

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Hefferon, K. and Kampman, H. 2020. Taking an Embodied Approach to Posttraumatic Growth Research and Sport. in: Wadey, R., Day, M. and Howells, K. (ed.) Growth Following Adversity in Sport: A Mechanism to Positive Change Routledge.
AuthorsHefferon, K. and Kampman, H.
EditorsWadey, R., Day, M. and Howells, K.
Book titleGrowth Following Adversity in Sport: A Mechanism to Positive Change
Year2020
PublisherRoutledge
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Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.4324/9781003058021-10
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