Aggression and Ice Hockey

December 1980
Journal of Sport Psychology;1980, Vol. 2 Issue 4, p268
Academic Journal
This article looks at the article "The relationship between aggression and performance outcome in ice hockey," by W. N. Widmeyer and J. S. Birch from "Canadian Journal of Applied Sport Science." The authors explore whether aggression is a means of achieving success in ice hockey by studying several players from the ice hockey teams in the Ontario University Athletic Association.


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