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Scott Douglas, William R. Falcão and Gordon A. Bloom

disability when he was an infant. His early sport experiences were exclusively pick-up games with other children in the neighborhood. Coach Simon had early struggles with independence until he started playing adapted sport with a local team during high school. He became a national team member and medal

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Danielle Peers

interdependences, vulnerabilities, and creativity of disability and illness, rather than necessarily imagining independence as an ideal. We can engage with artistic movement practices (e.g., dance, painting) beyond their therapeutic components, and instead, value aesthetics components of self

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K. Andrew R. Richards, Wesley J. Wilson, Steven K. Holland and Justin A. Haegele

measurement error and should be ≥.50 ( Fornell & Larcker, 1981 ). Discriminant validity is used to understand the independence of constructs in the model through examination of the latent correlations. Specifically, AVE for each construct in the model is compared with the correlations

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Janet L. Hauck, Isabella T. Felzer-Kim and Kathryn L. Gwizdala

, which can accelerate motor development for infants with and without DS ( Dudek-Shriber & Zelazny, 2007 ; Kuo et al., 2008 ; Wentz, 2017 ). In addition, sitting alone is a motor milestone frequently prioritized in physical therapy, as it brings increased functional independence. The importance and

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Katherine Holland, Justin A. Haegele and Xihe Zhu

experience unique obstacles that may influence them to not fully engage in these PE classes ( Goodwin, 2001 ; Haegele & Sutherland, 2015 ). For example, negative experiences often arise from feelings of a loss of independence or self-esteem due to perceptions of incompetent or interfering help ( Goodwin

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David A. Urquhart, Gordon A. Bloom and Todd M. Loughead

ownership with the team’s goals. Moreover, Henry and Smith created an autonomy-supportive environment that promoted players showing initiative and independence by providing feedback in a noncontrolling manner (e.g.,  Mallett, 2005 ). Furthermore, their vision incorporated an expectation of excellence that

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Gretchen Kerr, Anthony Battaglia, Ashley Stirling and Ahad Bandealy

guiding individuals toward self-control, independence, and respect for oneself and others ( Baribeau, 2006 ; Durrant & Ensom, 2004 ). As such, future research investigating coaches’ conceptual understanding of discipline and punishment may also prove to be beneficial. Given the existing research on coach