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April 6, 2014 12:00 AM

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A study by academics at England’s University of Leeds and Northumbria University found British coaches who were more focused on their own high standards and less interested in the opinions of others were significantly better at controlling feelings of anger than those who were very focused on others’ opinions of their performance.

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