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Kelsey Lucca, David Gire, Rachel Horton and Jessica A. Sommerville

revealed that researchers tend to use a specific subset of tasks when measuring persistence that can be classified in six general categories: cause-and-effect/means-end toys, puzzles or shape sorters, standardized assessments, questionnaires, tools/utensils, or dyadic social interactions (Table  2 ). These

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Trisha Patel and Neeru Jayanthi

to other adults…[because he] learn[ed] the courtesy of golf and the good behavior of golf”. These quotations highlight the positive social interactions that sports provide for children, not only amongst their peers but also amongst coaches, family, and other members of the athletic community. On the

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Anna Stodter and Christopher J. Cushion

active knowledge construction through social interaction ( Phelan & Griffiths, 2018 ; Stodter & Cushion, 2017 ). Perceptibly, if the role of impactful coach development is to accelerate learning processes ( Lyle, 2007 ), coach developers play a notable yet often overlooked part in this sociocultural and

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Nicholas M. Watanabe, Grace Yan, Brian P. Soebbing and Ann Pegoraro

consumer demand. By aggregating individual behaviors and controlling for factors such as technology and market size, results of group behaviors can be estimated to direct the inquiry toward more complex social interactions including, most notably, discriminatory patterns directed at certain social groups

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Megan B. Shreffler, Adam R. Cocco, Regina G. Presley and Chelsea C. Police

information processing strategies influence a learner’s ability to perceive, remember, think, and problem solve ( Messick, 1976 ). Claxton and Murrell ( 1987 ) divided learning styles into four categories: personality models, information processing models, social interaction models, and instructional

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Gareth McNarry, Jacquelyn Allen-Collinson and Adam B. Evans

some cases, even “comforting.” This understanding of pain has been socialized into sports participants through their embodied practices and is shared and communicated via social interaction. The current findings therefore add fresh sociological–phenomenological insights to a research corpus portraying

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Amy E. Burton, Louise Clancy and Lisa Cowap

-term care institutions has indicated that dependency can result from social interaction rather than from physical or functional decline ( Baltes, Neumann, & Zank, 1994 ; Baltes & Wahl, 1996 ). In this study participant accounts indicated that, for community-dwelling older adults with sight loss, this

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Allison Ross, Ja Youn Kwon, Pamela Hodges Kulinna and Mark Searle

, their social interactions, and environments. 57 – 59 Several researchers have developed models to explain the factors that influence ATS behavior (eg, McMillan, 60 Mitra, 12 Panter et al, 61 Pont et al, 62 Sirard and Slater 63 ), supporting the complexity of ATS behavior. For example, given

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Claire R. Jenkin, Rochelle M. Eime, Hans Westerbeek and Jannique G.Z. van Uffelen

family-type atmosphere” (69-year-old male tennis club member). Participants also expressed that sport clubs can provide opportunities for social interaction: “In the world of cricket . . . you always have a friend” (69-year-old female cricket club member) and “We come together for the socialization, don

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Paul E. Yeatts, Ronald Davis, Jun Oh and Gwang-Yon Hwang

variety of health difficulties beyond physical impairments ( Caddick & Smith, 2014 ). Social engagement and participation are important for recovery and rehabilitation ( Hawkins, Cory, & Crowe, 2011 ). Teamwork appears vital to promote a positive subculture of support and social interaction. Fiorilli et