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Ashleigh J. Sowle, Sarah L. Francis, Jennifer A. Margrett, Mack C. Shelley and Warren D. Franke

adults’ beliefs about psychological benefits: the importance of self-efficacy and social interaction . Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 29 , 723 – 746 . PubMed doi: 10.1123/jsep.29.6.723 Economic Research Service (ERS) . ( 2008 ). Defining the “rural” in rural America . United States

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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

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Sara M. Campbell, Ashley Fallaize and Paul Schempp

to life ( Collins et al., 2012 ; Jones et al., 2012 ; Morgan et al., 2013 ; Vella et al., 2013 ). Like the coach developers who shared their experiences with us, coaches have also expressed a desire for increased social interactions with peers ( Cassidy et al., 2006 ; Jones et al., 2012 ; Vella

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Stamatis Agiovlasitis, Joonkoo Yun, Jooyeon Jin, Jeffrey A. McCubbin and Robert W. Motl

, PA increases opportunities for social interaction and inclusion that may positively impact the psychosocial health and well-being of persons experiencing disability ( Johnson, 2009 ). The ICF model offers a way of appreciating the complexity of the relationship between PA and health in people

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Jeeyoon Kim and Jeffrey D. James

a sport event. In Jang et al.’s ( 2017 ) study, spectators reported experiencing happiness regardless of game outcome, but in varying degrees. Wann ( 2006 ) argues that sport spectating can improve well-being through social interactions, and spectators are able to cope with negativities (e

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Laura A. Gale, Ben A. Ives, Paul A. Potrac and Lee J. Nelson

. Abingdon, Oxon : Routledge . Cui , V. , Vertinsky , I. , & Robinson , S. ( 2015 ). Trust in the workplace: The role of social interaction diversity in the community and in the workplace . Business and Society, 57 ( 2 ), 378 – 412 . doi:10.1177/0007650315611724 10.1177/0007650315611724 Denzin

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Paul M. Wright, K. Andrew R. Richards, Jennifer M. Jacobs and Michael A. Hemphill

teacher behaviors and enactment for student behaviors. Teacher behaviors include modeling respect, setting expectations, opportunities for success, fostering social interaction, assigning tasks, leadership, giving choices and voices, role in assessment, and promoting transfer. Student behaviors include

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Rachel Cholerton, Jeff Breckon, Joanne Butt and Helen Quirk

earlier, fifties but not quite 55, in case it aggravated the back injury again.” (Jonathan, M, 62) Positive Experiences During Walking Football Initiation Higher order themes under positive experiences included physical health, mental adaptation, social interactions, and walking

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Katie E. Misener

more sure of my actions, I sense that there are boundless possibilities here for strengthening our physical and mental health, while also increasing social interaction and sense of community among parents. How can we not at least try? Social connectedness has long been recognized as an important facet

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Laura A. Dwyer, Minal Patel, Linda C. Nebeling and April Y. Oh

guidelines may be seen when individuals are also autonomously motivated to engage in PA. Fostering positive neighborhood social interactions while encouraging personally valued reasons for engaging in PA is a potential combined intervention approach to consider for further study. Future research should