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Brian Zuleger and Rick McGuire

environment should be a supportive and caring climate that focuses on helping them achieve personal excellence in sport and life ( Gould et al., 2001 , 2002 ; Pensgaard & Roberts, 2002 ; Ritchie & Allen, 2015 ; Storm et al., 2014 ). In looking at all three cases, the higher order theme that the coaches

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Nikos Ntoumanis, Vassilis Barkoukis, Daniel F. Gucciardi, and Derwin King Chung Chan

used: 1 ( strongly disagree ), 2 ( disagree ), 3 ( slightly disagree ), 4 ( neutral ), 5 ( slightly agree ), 6 ( agree ), and 7 ( strongly agree ). Autonomy-supportive style Athletes’ perceptions of autonomy support provided by their coach were assessed using the six-item Health Care Climate

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Brock McMullen, Hester L. Henderson, Donna Harp Ziegenfuss, and Maria Newton

Department of Health, Kinesiology, and Recreation at the University of Utah. Her research interests lie in the area of motivation and the influence of the caring climate within the physical activity setting. References Ames , C. ( 1992 ). Classrooms, goals, structures, and student motivation . Journal of

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Sebastián Fierro-Suero, Pedro Sáenz-López, José Carmona-Márquez, and Bartolomé J. Almagro

). Caring climate, emotions, and engagement in high school physical education . Journal of Teaching in Physical Education . Advance online publication. 10.1123/jtpe.2021-0086 Trudeau , F. , & Shephard , R.J. ( 2008 ). Is there a long-term health legacy of

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Maya Trajkovski and Aubrey Newland

caring climate ( Fry et al., 2019 ) and autonomy-supportive environment, develop credibility by sharing sport expertise, and emphasize similarities between the practitioner and athletes ( Ely et al., 2021 ). A significant limitation of the study is that there was no control group with whom to compare the

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Daniel Milton, Paul R. Appleton, Anna Bryant, and Joan L. Duda

choice and options”) taken from Reinboth, Duda, and Ntoumanis’s ( 2004 ) adapted version of the Health Care Climate Questionnaire ( Williams, Grow, Freedman, Ryan, & Deci, 1996 ), and Reeves’ ( 2006 ) proposals on autonomy supportive climates emphasizing participating for intrinsic reasons (e

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Diane Benish, Jody Langdon, and Brian Culp

experiences. The novice coaches viewed themselves as an integral part in facilitating the development of strong bonds among team members. While not explicitly autonomy supportive, there is support in the literature for autonomy-supportive and caring climates to produce positive outcomes for athletes ( Gano

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Rachel Cholerton, Helen Quirk, Jeff Breckon, and Joanne Butt

can be drawn to youth sport and the influence of an inclusive club culture (e.g., a “caring climate”) encouraging commitment to a sport ( Hall, Newland, Newton, Podlog, & Baucom, 2017 ). This study reinforces that a caring and inclusive club culture is important to cultivate, no matter the age of the

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Bård Erlend Solstad, Andreas Ivarsson, Ellen Merethe Haug, and Yngvar Ommundsen

25 minutes to complete. Measures Empowering and Disempowering Coaching Behaviors Coaches’ self-report of empowering and disempowering behaviors were assessed using a reduced Norwegian version of the following questionnaires: the Health Care Climate Questionnaire (HCCQ; Williams, Grow, Freedman, Ryan

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Martin K. Erikstad, Bjørn Tore Johansen, Marius Johnsen, Tommy Haugen, and Jean Côté

past research has indicated a positive relationship between transformational leadership and cohesion in sport ( Smith et al., 2013 ) and between caring climates and task-involving climates ( Hall et al., 2017 ). It was described that the parents generally had good faith in the coach, which is of