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Sheryl Miller and Mary Fry

-related reasons. Achievement goal perspective theory (AGPT; Nicholls, 1989 ; Roberts, 2012 ) is one framework that has been employed in exercise psychology research to consider how to optimize individuals’ motivation in physical activity settings. Two distinct motivational climates can be created by instructors

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Mary D. Fry, Candace M. Hogue, Susumu Iwasaki, and Gloria B. Solomon

stressor, including altering the meaning or significance of the stressor. There is a scarcity of research examining specific, controllable factors that facilitate the development of psychological coping skills in athletes. A body of research utilizing Nicholls’ achievement goal perspective theory (AGPT

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Susumu Iwasaki, Mary D. Fry, and Candace M. Hogue

both respect and desire feedback from their coaches (i.e., demonstrate coachability). One widely studied theory in sport with practical implications for coaches and athletes is Nicholls’ ( 1984 , 1989 ) achievement goal perspective theory (AGPT). Nicholls postulated ( 1984 , 1989 ) that the leader