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Juan Andrés Merino-Barrero, Alfonso Valero-Valenzuela, Noelia Belando Pedreño and Javier Fernandez-Río

( Balderson & Sharpe, 2005 ). The TPSR framework seems to promote responsible conduct and reduce aggressive behavior in students after experiencing it ( Pozo et al., 2018 ). The development of values such as self-control, caring, or empathy (embedded in the models’ responsibility levels) probably played a

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Tanya McGuane, Stephen Shannon, Lee-Ann Sharp, Martin Dempster and Gavin Breslin

are a key dimension of overall mental health ( Keyes, 2002 ), and Cormick ( 2006 ) and Prendergast ( 2001 ) have reported that jockeys blame wasting for uncharacteristic aggressive behavior through verbal and physical actions such as violent and aggressive outbursts over menial issues with coworkers

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Andre Koka and Heino Sildala

relationships with students’ feelings of anger and subsets of aggressive behavior like school bullying mediated by psychological need thwarting in PE. Negative conditional regard characterizes PE teachers who say things to make students feel guilty when they do not perform well or behave as they are expected

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Leilani Madrigal

environment and focused on athlete behaviors, Hanegby and Tenenbaum’s ( 2001 ) taxonomy of norm-breaking and aggressive behaviors in tennis was used. The behaviors focused on in this taxonomy included (a) physical action—toward oneself, body, and/or facial expression; (b) verbal action—self-directed; (c