Walid Briki
Walid Briki
Qatar University, College of Arts and Sciences, Sport Science Program
Verified email at qu.edu.qa
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The dynamics of psychological momentum in sport: The role of ongoing history of performance patterns
C Gernigon, W Briki, K Eykens
Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 32 (3), 377-400, 2010
How psychological momentum changes in athletes during a sport competition
W Briki, RJR Den Hartigh, KD Markman, JP Micallef, C Gernigon
Psychology of Sport and Exercise 14 (3), 389-396, 2013
A qualitative exploration of the psychological contents and dynamics of momentum in sport
W Briki, RJR Den Hartigh, D Hauw, C Gernigon
International Journal of Sport Psychology 43 (5), 365-384, 2012
Ingestion of a cold temperature/menthol beverage increases outdoor exercise performance in a hot, humid environment
TT Trong, F Riera, K Rinaldi, W Briki, O Hue
PLOS ONE, 2015
How do supporters perceive positive and negative psychological momentum changes during a simulated cycling competition?
W Briki, RJR Den Hartigh, KD Markman, C Gernigon
Psychology of Sport and Exercise 15 (2), 216-221, 2014
Comparison of mental toughness and power test performances in high-level kickboxers by competitive success
M Slimani, B Miarka, W Briki, F Cheour
Asian journal of sports medicine 7 (2), 2016
Differential reactions of virtual actors and observers to the triggering and interruption of psychological momentum
W Briki, J Doron, KD Markman, RJR Den Hartigh, C Gernigon
Motivation and Emotion 38 (2), 263-269, 2014
Impact of Ramadan intermittent fasting on cognitive function in trained cyclists: A pilot study
K Chamari, W Briki, M Farooq, T Patrick, T Belfekih, C Herrera
Biology of Sport, 2015
The dynamics of psychological momentum: A quantitative study in natural sport situations
W Briki, RJR Den Hartigh, CF Bakker, C Gernigon
International Journal of Performance Analysis in Sport 12 (3), 573-592, 2012
Motivation toward physical exercise and subjective wellbeing: the mediating role of trait self-control
W Briki
Frontiers in psychology 7, 1546, 2016
Trait self-control, identified-introjected religiosity and health-related-feelings in healthy Muslims: A structural equation model analysis
W Briki, A Aloui, NL Bragazzi, A Chaouachi, T Patrick, K Chamari
PLOS ONE, 2015
Ramadan fasting and infectious diseases: a systematic review
NL Bragazzi, W Briki, H Khabbache, I Rammouz, S Mnadla, T Demaj, ...
The Journal of Infection in Developing Countries 9 (11), 1186-1194, 2015
The effect of red and blue uniforms on competitive anxiety and self-confidence in virtual sports contests
R Recours, W Briki
European Review of Applied Psychology, 2015
Ramadan fasting and patients with cancer: state-of-the-art and future prospects
NL Bragazzi, W Briki, H Khabbache, I Rammouz, K Chamari, T Demaj, ...
Frontiers in oncology 6, 27, 2016
How red, blue, and green are affectively judged
W Briki, O Hue
Applied Cognitive Psychology 30 (2), 301-304, 2016
Listening to music during warming-up counteracts the negative effects of ramadan observance on short-term maximal performance
A Aloui, W Briki, H Baklouti, H Chtourou, T Driss, A Chaouachi, K Chamari, ...
PloS one 10 (8), 2015
Reference system of competence and engagement in adapted physical activities of people with recent spinal cord injury
C Gernigon, CP Dias, F Riou, W Briki, G Ninot
Disability and Rehabilitation, 2015
Trait self-control: Why people with a higher approach (avoidance) temperament can experience higher (lower) subjective wellbeing
W Briki
Personality and Individual Differences 120, 112-117, 2018
Passion, trait self-control, and wellbeing: Comparing two mediation models predicting wellbeing
W Briki
Frontiers in psychology 8, 841, 2017
Rethinking the relationship between momentum and sport performance: Toward an integrative perspective
W Briki
Psychology of Sport and Exercise 30, 38-44, 2017
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