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Quality of experience and risk perception in high-altitude rock climbing

Quality of experience and risk perception in high-altitude rock climbing

Journal of Applied Sport Psychology 15(1): 82-98

Six climbers were monitored during an expedition in the Himalaya, comprising 13 days of traveling and 26 days of mountaineering. The aim was the investigation of the quality of experience and risk perception associated with high-altitude rock climbing.

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DOI: 10.1080/10413200305402

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