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Robert H. Mann, Craig A. Williams, Bryan C. Clift, and Alan R. Barker

valid in adolescent populations. Although previous research has validated sRPE within many youth sport contexts (eg, water polo and taekwondo), no studies have validated sRPE, dRPE-L, and dRPE-B in adolescent distance runners. This needs addressing due to the popularity of distance running throughout

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Thelma S. Horn

general fitness levels as they move through their adult years (early, middle, late)? Do actual and perceived motor skill competence predict if, and how well, individuals negotiate successful transitions (e.g., from recreational to competitive level in youth sport contexts; from high school to college

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Gareth J. Jones, Katie Misener, Per G. Svensson, Elizabeth Taylor, and Moonsup Hyun

). Although businesslike approaches to collaboration can generate value for nonprofit organizations, their contribution to individuals and society is far less clear ( Eikenberry, 2009 ). This distinction is particularly important in the youth sport context, as a growing number of nonprofit youth sport

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Fernando Santos, Leisha Strachan, Daniel Gould, Paulo Pereira, and Cláudia Machado

’ personal assets including the 4 Cs (i.e., competence, confidence, connection, and character), which in turn influence the athletes’ participation, performance, and personal development. While originally developed in a youth-sport context, this framework includes certain dynamic elements present in high

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Lauren A. Gardner, Christopher A. Magee, and Stewart A. Vella

continue increase, the risk of dropout decreases. This suggests that in youth sport contexts where lifelong participation is a goal, youth sport stakeholders should prioritize enjoyment. This study is the first to link levels of enjoyment with participation and dropout behavior using a prospective design

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Zenzi Huysmans, Damien Clement, Robert Hilliard, and Adam Hansell

Within the youth sport context, coaches take on many different roles and responsibilities. Youth coaches are, first and foremost, responsible for performance outcomes and teaching sport-specific physical, tactical, and technical skills ( International Council for Coaching Excellence, Association of

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Terilyn C. Shigeno, E. Earlynn Lauer, Leslee A. Fisher, Emily J. Johnson, and Rebecca A. Zakrajsek

After considering morality within their coaching philosophy, it is important for coaches to think about the rules and standards for their teams and how they relate to morality. In the youth sport context, coaches are arguably the most influential socializers because of their role in creating moral group

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Patricia Gaion, Michel Milistetd, Fernando Santos, Andressa Contreira, Luciane Arantes, and Nayara Caruzzo

rendimento [Human Development and high performance sport]. Campinas, Brazil : PNUD . Gano-Overway , L. , Newton , M. , Magyar , T. , Fry , M. , Kim , M. , & Guivernau , M. ( 2009 ). Influence of caring youth sport contexts on efficacy-related beliefs and social behaviors . Developmental

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E. Whitney G. Moore and Karen Weiller-Abels

, M.-S. , & Guivernau , M.R. ( 2009 ). Influence of caring youth sport contexts on efficacy-related beliefs and social behaviors . Developmental Psychology, 45, 329 – 340 . PubMed ID: 19271822 doi:10.1037/a0014067 10.1037/a0014067 Greendorfer , S.L. ( 2013 ). Role of socializing agents in

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Tom Martinek and Michael A. Hemphill

). Examining the importance of intentionally structuring the youth sport context to facilitate positive youth development . Journal of Applied Sport Psychology, 28 ( 4 ), 410 – 425 . doi:10.1080/10413200.2016.1164764 10.1080/10413200.2016.1164764 Bouffard , S.M. , Wimer , C. , Caronongan , P