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Ken Hodge and Daniel F. Gucciardi

The purpose of this investigation was to examine whether the relationships between contextual factors and basic psychological needs were related to antisocial and prosocial behavior in sport. A two-study project employing Bayesian path analysis was conducted with competitive athletes (Study 1, n = 291; Study 2, n = 272). Coach and teammate autonomy-supportive climates had meaningful direct relations with need satisfaction and prosocial behavior. Coach and teammate controlling climates had meaningful direct relations with antisocial behavior. Need satisfaction was both directly and indirectly related with both prosocial and antisocial behavior, whereas moral disengagement was directly and indirectly related with antisocial behavior. Overall, these findings reflected substantial evidence from the literature on self-determination theory that autonomy-supportive motivational climates are important environmental influences for need satisfaction, and are important correlates of prosocial behavior in sport, whereas controlling coach and teammate climates, along with moral disengagement, were important correlates of antisocial behavior in sport.

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Maureen R. Weiss, Lindsay E. Kipp, Alison Phillips Reichter and Nicole D. Bolter

-building opportunities, inclusion of all members, physical and psychological safety, and an autonomy-supportive climate that emphasizes growth and improvement ( 11 , 33 ). Petitpas et al’s ( 30 ) foundational paper stimulated a vision of youth sports within a PYD lens by translating concepts and processes to propose a

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Andreas Stenling and Susanne Tafvelin

Leadership development programs are common in sports, but seldom evaluated; hence, we have limited knowledge about what the participants actually learn and the impact these programs have on sports clubs’ daily operations. The purpose of the current study was to integrate a transfer of training model with self-determination theory to understand predictors of learning and training transfer, following a leadership development program among organizational leaders in Swedish sports clubs. Bayesian multilevel path analysis showed that autonomous motivation and an autonomy-supportive implementation of the program positively predicted near transfer (i.e., immediately after the training program) and that perceiving an autonomy-supportive climate in the sports club positively predicted far transfer (i.e., 1 year after the training program). This study extends previous research by integrating a transfer of training model with self-determination theory and identified important motivational factors that predict near and far training transfer.

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Terese Wilhelmsen, Marit Sørensen and Ørnulf N. Seippel

individual and contextual motivational conditions. Contextual Conditions: Perceived Motivational Climates in PE Three motivation climates (i.e., mastery, performance, and autonomy-supportive climates) serve as the contextual conditions in the analysis in addition to physical inclusion. The distinction

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Jerraco L. Johnson, Mary E. Rudisill, Peter A. Hastie and Julia Sassi

sport-1979 (pp.  269 – 279 ). Champaign, IL : Human Kinetics . Rudisill , M.E. ( 2016 ). Autonomy supportive climates: Motivating children to move and learn in physical education contexts . Kinesiology Review, 5 , 157 – 169 . doi:10.1123/kr.2016-0009 10.1123/kr.2016-0009 Schmidt , R

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Jerraco L. Johnson, Peter A. Hastie, Mary E. Rudisill and Danielle Wadsworth

). Autonomy supportive climates: Motivating children to move and learn in physical education contexts . Kinesiology Review, 5, 157 – 169 . doi:10.1123/kr.2016-0009 10.1123/kr.2016-0009 Stodden , D.F. , Goodway , J.D. , Langendorfer , S.J. , Roberton , M.A. , Rudisill , M.E. , Garcia , C

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Peter Hastie

Exercise and Sport, 82, 784 – 787 . PubMed ID: 22276420 doi:10.1080/02701367.2011.10599815 10.1080/02701367.2011.10599815 Hastie , P.A. , Rudisill , M.E. , & Wadsworth , D.D. ( 2013 ). Providing students with voice and choice: Lessons from intervention research on autonomy-supportive climates in

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Doug Cooper and Justine Allen

of work generally supports the tenets of AGT and SDT, in particular, that task-involving and autonomy-supportive climates are associated with adaptive motivational outcomes, and ego-involving and controlling climates are associated with maladaptive outcomes for participants ( Harwood, Keegan, Smith

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Cathal Óg O’Sullivan, Melissa Parker, Tom Comyns and Annmarie Ralph

: NSW Department of Health . Hastie , P.A. , Rudisill , M.E. , & Wadsworth , D.D. ( 2013 ). Providing students with voice and choice: Lessons from intervention research on autonomy-supportive climates in physical education . Sport, Education and Society, 18 ( 1 ), 38 – 56 . doi:10

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Stewart A. Vella

. Regardless of athletes’ ages and athletic levels, an autonomy supportive climate in training groups is seen as a key factor for satisfying athletes’ basic psychological needs and maintaining their mental health. (p. 632) Broadly, this postulate is consistent with an athlete-centered approach to youth sport