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Ken Lodewyk and Lauren McNamara

students to engage in meaningful social interactions and positive physically active play ( London, Westrich, Stokes-Guinan, & McLaughlin, 2015 ; Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, 2010 ; Vaillancourt et al., 2010 ). These social interactions, levels of physical activity, and recess preferences often vary by

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James Du, Heather Kennedy, Jeffrey D. James and Daniel C. Funk

participants evaluate their overall experience by examining the benefits sought and acquired throughout the event lifecycle, including experiences outside of traditional managerial control leading up to the race-day competition (e.g., social interaction facilitated through preparing and training prior to

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Brent D. Oja, Henry T. Wear and Aaron W. Clopton

unlikely to generate sustainable intangible benefits ( Chalip, 2006 ). By using an event to bring citizens together to promote social interaction (i.e., social capital), the distinction of the community (i.e., social identity), and the pride and excitement of the event and city (i.e., psychic income), a

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Rajni Rai, Michelle I. Jongenelis, Ben Jackson, Robert U. Newton and Simone Pettigrew

structured to things. I’m retired, I’m not working, and so I’m a bit more flexible now. (F, 73 years, active) Some active participants also reported that engaging in group exercises provided them with an opportunity for social interaction to replace the human contact lost as a result of retirement. This was

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Matthew Katz, Thomas A. Baker III and Hui Du

group norms through social interactions ( Harmeling, Palmatier, Fang, & Wang, 2017 ). For distant sport fans located hundreds, thousands, or tens of thousands of miles from their favorite teams, finding ways to interact with other fans may prove challenging. Fans may experience a feeling of social

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Jordan A. Carlson, J. Aaron Hipp, Jacqueline Kerr, Todd S. Horowitz and David Berrigan

, correlational [e.g., investigating associations with health/behavior/environments], intervention, and evaluation [e.g., of naturalistic interventions]), settings covered (home, work, school, parks/recreation, neighborhood, other buildings, social interaction, advertising, and social media), populations covered

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Ali Al-Yaaribi, Maria Kavussanu and Christopher Ring

recipient to perceive external pressure, which could lead to anxiety. In previous research, players who perceived antisocial teammate behavior over the course of a season reported more negative affect ( Al-Yaaribi & Kavussanu, 2017 ), and negative social interactions have been positively associated with

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Jimmy Sanderson, Matthew Zimmerman, Sarah Stokowski and Alison Fridley

advent of social media, fans are presented with the potential that media figures such as athletes may be more likely to respond to them. Accordingly, Kassing and Sanderson ( 2015 ) conceptualized the term “circum-social interaction” (p. 12) to reflect that fan messaging to athletes via social media may

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Paige M. Watkins, Elissa Burton and Anne-Marie Hill

deemed the pain a normal result of exercises), and (c) promoting social interactions in the community. The peers demonstrated a desire to help others by sharing the positive health changes and knowledge they had gained in their own RT training and emphasizing the importance of community involvement

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Shelby Waldron, J.D. DeFreese, Brian Pietrosimone, Johna Register-Mihalik and Nikki Barczak

of environmental factors (e.g., coach/parent pressure, limited social interaction, and decreased deliberate play) on athlete’s perceptions of autonomy (feelings of personal choice and control), competence (feelings of effectiveness within one’s environment), and relatedness (feelings of belonging and