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Pre-service teachers in PE involved in an organizational critical incident: emotions,appraisal and coping strategies

Bibliographic reference Vandercleyen, François ; Boudreau, Pierre ; Carlier, Ghislain ; Delens, Cecile. Pre-service teachers in PE involved in an organizational critical incident: emotions,appraisal and coping strategies. In: Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy, Vol. 19, no.2, p. 164-178 (2014)
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