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Kelly L. Simonton, Alex C. Garn, and Nicholas Washburn

is referred to as a “caring climate” ( Newland, Newton, Stark, Podlong, & Hall, 2017 ), which has been considered foundational to student engagement ( Hellison, 2011 ). In addition, student emotions, arising from socioemotional characteristics of the learning environment, are prerequisites for

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Mario S. Fontana, Mary D. Fry, and E. Whitney G. Moore

achievement settings. Research has revealed athletes can clearly distinguish the features of a task- verses an ego-involving climate ( Newton et al., 2000 ; Sarrazin et al., 2002 ; Seifriz et al., 1992 ). A third facet of the motivational climate, the caring climate, has also been found to exist with sports

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Susumu Iwasaki and Mary D. Fry

This study highlights how sport psychology professionals can assist sport administrators in evaluating and strengthening youth sport programs. A sport psychology research team provided expertise to two sport administrators to develop a survey to examine their athletes’ experiences participating in the programs. The study examines the relationship between athletes’ perceptions of the climate (caring, task, and ego involving) to their intrinsic motivation, caring behaviors, and future intention to participate in the sport. Volleyball clinic (Sample 1: N = 71) and basketball summer camp (Sample 2: N = 138) participants completed the survey. Canonical correlation analyses for each sample revealed one significant function indicating that the athletes’ perceptions of a caring/task-involving climate, along with low perceptions of an ego-involving climate, were associated with higher levels of intrinsic motivation, caring behaviors, and future desire to participate. Sport administrators can use this information for coach training, parent education and overall program evaluation.

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Yilin Li and Weidong Li

Variables The dependent variables from all the seven quantitative studies (100%) focused on psychosocial, emotional, cognitive, motivational, and affective variables. These dependent variables included perceived caring climate, perceived motivational climate, empathetic concern, cognitive empathy, affective

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Shelby E. Ison, Kim C. Graber, and Kevin Andrew Richards

increased emotion regulation capabilities when their coaches create a caring climate ( Fry & Gano-Overway, 2010 ). Autonomy support from staff has been found to increase youth self-efficacy and perceived physical competence ( Ullrich-French et al., 2016 ). When youth and staff have positive interactions (e

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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. https://doi.org/10.1123/jtpe.2021-0086 10.1123/jtpe.2021-0086 Trudeau , F. , & Shephard , R.J. ( 2008 ). Is there a long-term health legacy of

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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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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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INTERNATIONAL SPORT COACHING JOURNAL

DIGEST, VOLUME 8, ISSUE 3

constantly improve their programs that consider the importance of education and transitional skills, while encouraging all their athletes to spend time on career paths outside of playing professional sports. The Mapp Way: Success Through Combining the Motivational and Caring Climates Gano-Overway, L