June 12, 2008

Dr. Seppo Iso-Ahola and his doctoral student, Jay Goldstein's research on soccer parents emotions before and after their child's game is featured on the MSNBC website. The article published in the June issue of the Journal of Applied and Social Psychology reports the results of questionnaires that measured, among other factors, stress and pressure, levels of anger and aggression and aspects of their personality related to "what makes them tick." The research focused on two personality types: control and autonomy orientations.

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