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E. Whitney G. Moore and Karen Weiller-Abels

; Harwood, Keegan, Smith, & Raine, 2015 ). These climates have been associated with opposite relationships to multiple behaviors, affects, and cognitions over the last 30 years of research ( Fry & Moore, 2019 ). Recently, the caring climate has started to also be studied in sport contexts to better

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Kristen Lucas and E. Whitney G. Moore

emphasis on a task-involving rather than an ego-involving climate will be more likely to report being mindful in their daily lives. A third aspect of the motivational environment that has been introduced in the last decade is the caring climate, which is defined as a climate that is “interpersonally

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Eric W. MacIntosh and Popi Sotiriadou

.1.76 10.1123/jpah.2.1.76 Fishbein , M. , & Ajzen , I. ( 1975 ). Belief, attitude, intention, and behavior . Reading, MA : Addison-Wesley . Fry , M.D. , & Gano-Overway , L.A. ( 2010 ). Exploring the contribution of the caring climate to the youth sport experience . Journal of Applied Sport