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Katherine A. Tamminen, Kaleigh Ferdinand Pennock and Courtney Braun

motivation in specializing sport participants . Journal of Applied Sport Psychology, 22 , 87 – 105 . doi: 10.1080/10413200903421267 10.1080/10413200903421267 Kendellen , K. , & Camiré , M. ( 2017 ). Examining the life skill development and transfer experiences of former high school athletes

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Wei-Ting Hsu and Min Pan

.1123/jtpe.29.1.21 10.1123/jtpe.29.1.21 Goudas , M. , & Giannoudis , G. ( 2008 ). A team-sports-based life-skills program in a physical education context . Learning and Instruction, 18 , 528 – 536 . doi:10.1016/j.learninstruc.2007.11.002 10.1016/j.learninstruc.2007.11.002 Gould , D. , Voelker

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Fleur E.C.A. van Rens, Rebecca A. Ashley and Andrea R. Steele

.D. ( 1993 ). Life development intervention for athletes: Life skills through sports . Counseling Psychologists, 21 , 352 – 385 . doi:10.1177/0011000093213002 10.1177/0011000093213002 Debois , N. , Ledon , A. , & Wylleman , P. ( 2015 ). A lifespan perspective on the dual career of elite male

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Jennifer E. McGarry

; Josh Lupinek, buying beer at NFL games—not sure what happened there, but there is one in every crowd; Mike Mudrick, social identity in sport talk radio; Jaime Ryan DeLuca, applied approaches in the teaching and learning fair; and, my current students Kolin Ebron and Jun Cho, mapping life skill

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Pierre Lepage, Gordon A. Bloom and William R. Falcão

platform for teaching life skills, which have been defined as “skills that enable individuals to succeed in the different environments in which they live, such as school, home, and in their neighborhood” (p. 40). Related to this, some youth sport coaches have adopted an athlete-centered approach that has

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Bryan A. McCullick, Ashton Dooley, Paul Schempp and Tiffany Isaac

Exercise and Sport, 75 ( 4 ), 388 – 399 . PubMed ID: 15673038 doi: 10.1080/02701367.2004.10609172 Glesne , C . ( 2006 ). Becoming qualitative researchers . Boston, MA : Pearson Education . Gould , D. , Collins , K. , Lauer , L. , & Chung , Y . ( 2007 ). Coaching life skills through

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Charles Macaulay, Joseph Cooper and Shaun Dougherty

.J. ( 2002 ). Teaching life skills through sport . In M. Gatz , M.A. Messner , & S.J. Ball-Rokeach (Eds.), Paradoxes of youth and sport (pp.  49 – 60 ). Albany, NY : SUNY Press . Darling , N. , Caldwell , L.L. , & Smith , R. ( 2005 ). Participation in school-based extracurricular

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Leisha Strachan, Tara-Leigh McHugh and Courtney Mason

life skills and development ( Mulholland, 2008 ). In recent research, more understanding has been gained about PYD through sport and what types of experiences children and youth gain from physical activity and sport ( MacDonald, Côté, Eys, & Deakin, 2011 ; Strachan & Davies, 2015 ). Although results

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

maladaptive psychosocial outcomes of sport involvement (e.g., competition stress), it is primarily postulated to be associated with positive outcomes, including: a healthy, multidimensional identity, intrinsic motivation, life skills, and social capital ( Côté, Horton, et al., 2009 ; Côté, Lidor, et

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Matthew D. Curtner-Smith, Gary D. Kinchin, Peter A. Hastie, Jamie J. Brunsdon and Oleg A. Sinelnikov

’ “learning,” “health,” “higher order thinking,” “enthusiasm,” “leadership,” “life skills,” “sportsmanship,” “cooperation,” “communication,” and “creativity.” Moreover, they thought that SE helped students become “independent,” “empowered,” “confident,” and “responsible.” The teachers noted that many of these