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You are what you do: An investigative look at coach identity
Organizational commitment of senior woman administrators
The effect of a physical education professional development intervention on physical activity and fitness on 4th and 5th grade students
Examining the values associated with spectator sports and the relationships between the values and sport spectator behavior
Self-efficacy, state anxiety, and motivation during mandatory combatives training
An evaluation of yoga for the reduction of fall risk factors in older adults
Computerized pedagogical agents as an intervention to increase youth self-efficacy for physical activity
Knowledge and attitudes regarding the menstrual cycle, oral contraceptives, and sport performance: The conceptualization and development of a questionnaire for athletic coaches
An investigation of the effects of portable play equipment to increase physical activity levels of preschool children
Athletic training education in American colleges and universities: A study of professional standards and accountability
Leadership behaviors of athletic coaches in the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities
The influence of perceived coaching behaviors and perfectionism on types of motivation and burnout
Motivational orientation of risk sport participants: Does planning-related behavior affect participation?
Effects of the HealthMPowers exercise DVD program on the behavior of disruptive students in a fourth grade classroom
Effects of pacing contingencies in a PSI-taught college-level golf course
The development and validation of the Shared Mental Models in Team Sports Questionnaire
Cohesion team mental models and collective efficacy: Towards an integrated nomological network of team sports
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