ON PENALTIES IN SPORT AS MEASURES OF AGGRESSION
A principal components analysis of the intercorrelation matrix of minutes assessed for 19 aggressive penalties awarded in all games played in the 1983–84 season (N= 505) of the Western Hockey League is reported as an attempted replication of a similar analysis for the 1978–79 season reported by Russell & Russell (1984). Beyond superficial similarities between the two solutions, only the component of fighting was found to be in common.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 1992-01-01
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