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Camilla J. Knight

positive outcomes ( Harwood & Knight, 2015 ). Due to the lack of diversity in sport-parenting research such considerations have yet to be fully explored. Beyond parenting styles, it is evident that children’s perceptions of, and preferences for, different types of parental involvement may depend on time

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Thelma S. Horn

). Gender, diversity, and cultural acceptance . In J.M. Williams & V. Krane (Eds.), Applied sport psychology: Personal growth to peak performance ( 7th ed. , pp.  383 – 404 ). New York, NY : McGraw-Hill . Haimovitz , K. , & Dweck , C.S. ( 2017 ). The origins of children’s growth and fixed

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Cheryl M. Glazebrook

why will become increasingly important for predictions and treatment decisions based on individual characteristics ( Seidler & Carson, 2017 ). Future research will increasingly include focusing on diversity as a means to understanding variability. Integrating Basic and Applied Research The RCT design

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David I. Anderson

movement patterns associated with the three main classes of actions: postural stability, locomotion, and object manipulation. Ontogenetic skills are culturally specific skills that are acquired only by individuals in specific cultural groups because those skills are valued by the group. The diversity of