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Amparo Escartí, Ramon Llopis-Goig and Paul M. Wright

, 2011 ) that characterize and distinguish it from others. One such element is a set of responsibility-based teaching strategies that promote or foster personal and social responsibility. These strategies include but are not limited to modeling respectful behavior, fostering social interactions

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Ralph Appleby, Paul Davis, Louise Davis and Henrik Gustafsson

will naturally empathize with their teammates and reflect commonly held team-based beliefs ( Shearer, Holmes, & Mellalieu, 2009 ). Athletes’ social interactions can influence how they cope with the physical and mental demands of participating in sport ( Gustafsson et al., 2011 ; Smith, 1986 ; Udry

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Marianne Jover, Mathilde Cellier and Celine Scola

, Adamson, Wise, & Brazelton, 1978 ), subjected the infants’ movements to microanalysis and described movement patterns associated with the social context. They provided a large volume of detailed descriptions of the qualitative aspects of infants’ motor behaviors during social interactions. Few

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Melissa Bittner

and therapists alike ( Horvat, Block, Kelly, & Croce, 2019 ). Chapter 10 reviews common assessment tools and practices used to measure students’ behaviors, social skills, self-concept, play, and attitudes. Too often, many referrals for APE are based on behavior or social interaction challenges

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Kelly P. Arbour-Nicitopoulos, Viviane Grassmann, Krystn Orr, Amy C. McPherson, Guy E. Faulkner and F. Virginia Wright

disabilities into the same activities; promoting social interactions and play (opportunities for fostering friendships and social acceptance) PedsQL 4.0 (Health-related Quality of life); Piers-Harris 2 Children’s Self Concept Scale (self-concept); Peer Sociometric Nomination Assessment (peer acceptance

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Lindley McDavid, Meghan H. McDonough, Bonnie T. Blankenship and James M. LeBreton

programs create contexts, where there are opportunities for high-quality social interactions and learning experiences and, as a result, participation in these programs has the potential to make meaningful contributions to the overall well-being of young people ( Damon, 2004 ). The opportunity to

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Haichun Sun and Tan Zhang

. Social constructivists argue that a learning environment with positive social interaction can facilitate students’ knowledge construction. According to social constructivism, learning relies heavily on social interactions and cultural influences. Yet, knowledge cannot exist without individuals

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Breanna E. Studenka and Kodey Myers

) peers do ( Baron-Cohen, 2001 ; Phillips, Baron-Cohen, & Rutter, 1998 ), leading to deficits in social interaction and communication. One explanation for this difficulty has been that children with ASD have an underdeveloped theory of mind, defined as the ability to understand the perspectives of

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Anna Gerke and Yan Dalla Pria

( 2008 ) argues that a localized system of interconnected companies, specialized suppliers, firms in related industries, and associated institutions is more competitive than any of these organizations standing alone. Toward a better acknowledgment of social interactions in clusters Interest in the social

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Henry Wear and Bob Heere

inaugural season. As an organization, the new team promoted their home games as a place for social interaction and camaraderie among fans. Perceptions of shared group experience continued to grow after the inaugural season’s conclusion and in fact grew at a rate greater than that of stadium. The importance