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Rebecca T. Marsh Naturkach and Donna L. Goodwin

participants see CSL as beneficial to them as community members but also recognized the pedagogical meaningfulness for the students. The day-to-day social interactions between community members and students were generally friendly, mutually respectful, and interconnected ( Bergum & Dossetor, 2005

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Leah S. Goudy, Brandon Rhett Rigby, Lisa Silliman-French and Kevin A. Becker

saddle,” “… My back is not as stiff as it was,” and “… My wife said I am standing up straighter now.” Table 3 Anecdotal Statements Given by the Participants During the Intervention Statement n Improved standing ability 7 Decreased discomfort in postural muscles 7 Increased social interaction 8 More

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Alice M. Buchanan, Benjamin Miedema and Georgia C. Frey

findings correspond closely to those of Taliaferro and Hammond ( 2016 ), who reported that the PA participation of individuals with intellectual disability in their study was facilitated by social interactions with friends. Clearly, many of the individuals chose to include a social component in their

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Lijuan Wang

of Adapted Physical Activity, 1 ( 2 ), 31 – 43 . 10.5507/euj.2008.007 Patton , M.Q. ( 2002 ). Qualitative research and evaluation methods ( 3rd ed. ). Thousand Oaks, CA : Sage . Qi , J. , & Wang , L.J. ( in press ). Social interaction between students with and without disabilities in

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Scott Douglas, William R. Falcão and Gordon A. Bloom

acquisition from personal experiences and social interactions taking place in situations where the prime purpose of the activity is not learning and where people are not always conscious of it ( Cushion et al., 2010 ; Mallett et al., 2009 ). Previous research indicated that coaches first learned informally

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Kassi A. Boyd and Donna L. Goodwin

of belonging due to others’ shared time, respect for Cole, and engagement in social interactions with the family. Mom recalled having these types of interactions, for example, at the playground: “When somebody’s like, ‘Oh I noticed he was making that loud noise, is he okay?’ And I’m like ‘Oh, no he

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Danielle Peers, Timothy Konoval and Rebecca Marsh Naturkach

segregated and integrated programs on the participation and social interaction of moderately mentally handicapped children in play . Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly, 4, 204 – 219 . doi:10.1123/apaq.4.3.204 Tremain , S. ( 2006 ). On the government of disability . In L

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Samuel Lins, Cynthia F. Melo, Sara G. Alves and Rúben L. Silva

quality of life (in terms of physical and mental health, and the establishment of social interactions) ( Yazicioglu, Yavuz, Goktepe, & Tan, 2012 ). The same study has also shown that participation in disability sports was considered by the participants the most influential factor in their participation in

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Alessandro Quartiroli, Edward F. Etzel, Sharon M. Knight and Rebecca A. Zakrajsek

consultants. Findings related to sport psychology professional quality of life identified in the current study integrates, confirms, and extends the recommendations by Waumsley et al. ( 2010 ). The importance attributed to positive social interactions as well as the need for developing and nurturing trusting