vealy

veal·y

 (vē′lē)
adj. veal·i·er, veal·i·est
1. Of or like veal.
2. Not fully developed; immature.
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vealy

(ˈviːlɪ)
adj, -lier or -liest
of, resembling, tasting of, or like veal
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Three one-sample t tests were conducted on the World Winter Games athlete participants' CSAI-2 cognitive, self-confidence, and somatic scores to evaluate whether their means were significantly different from the norms published by Martens, Vealy, and Burton (1990) for elite-level athletes.
MST refers to the systematic and consistent practice of techniques and strategies designed to enhance mental skills that facilitate optimum performance (Vealy & Campbell, 1988).
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