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Table 7 Summary of included reviews investigating ‘psychological’

From: The Influence, Barriers to and Facilitators of Anterior Cruciate Ligament Rehabilitation Adherence and Participation: a Scoping Review

Author (year) Design Dates Methodological quality Included Key concepts
Anderson et al. (2016) [13] Systematic 2004–2014 Not assessed 2 Self-confidence, optimism, self-motivation, stress, social support, athletic identity
Ardern et al. (2016) [66] Narrative Not specified Not assessed N/A Cognitive appraisal, previous experiences, attitudes, self-efficacy, fear of reinjury
Burland et al. (2019) [67] Narrative Not specified Not assessed N/A Self-efficacy
Christiano et al. (2015) [58] Narrative Not specified Not assessed 3 Self-esteem, post-traumatic stress, pain intolerance, mood disturbance, goal setting, positive self-talk, fear of reinjury, self-efficacy, self-motivation, athletic identity
Everhart et al. (2015) [65] Systematic 1975–2012 63/90 modified Coleman score 8 Goal setting, positive self-talk, self-motivation, self-efficacy, optimism, self-confidence, stress, social support, athletic identity
Flanagan et al. (2015) [68] Narrative Not specified Not assessed N/A Self-efficacy, self-motivation, athletic identity, social support, fear of reinjury, confidence, optimism/pessimism, goal setting, positive self-talk
Mendonza et al. (2007) [59] Systematic Until 2006 Not assessed 7 Self-motivation, social support, athletic identity, goal setting, positive self-talk, situational stability, stability, personal control
Sims and Mulcahey (2018) [69] Narrative Not specified Not assessed N/A Self-confidence, optimism, self-motivation, locus of control, athletic identity, sex difference in psychology
Spetch and Kolt (2001) [21] Narrative Not specified Not assessed N/A Stress, self-motivation
te Wierike et al. (2013) [60] Systematic 2001–2011 Good 2 Self-efficacy, age and sex effect on psychology, low confidence/self-esteem, social support, goal setting, positive self-talk, avoidance coping
  1. Methodological quality refers to the outcome or presence of the quality appraisal undertaken by the review not the authors of this study. The key concepts list all of the psychological concepts addressed by each review in relation to psychological variables and adherence to rehabilitation