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Examining the Predictive Power of Emotional Intelligence on Coaching Success

Eric D. Magrum, Mika Manninen, and Paul G. Schempp

Scholars have spent years designing studies and examining questions surrounding the overarching theme summarized by the following question: “What makes an effective coach?” ( Becker & Wrisberg, 2008 ; Hodgson, 2018 ; Hodgson et al., 2017 ; Jowett, 2017 ). Contemporary scholarship defines an

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Coaching and Coach Education in Spain: A Critical Analysis of Legislative Evolution

Sebastián Feu, Javier García-Rubio, Antonio Antúnez, and Sergio Ibáñez

Sport and Coaches in Spain Spain is a modern nation, organized administratively in regions. The national government in the first place and the regional ones, in second place, have the authority to regulate or develop laws related to sport. The sports in schools are regionally organized, though

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Investigating Coaching Behaviors During the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Case Study Within a Case Study

Jonathan Glen, Julie Gordon, and David Lavallee

facilities as well as communal places within parks, such as playgrounds, sports courts, and outdoor gyms. In response to the measures put in place, many sports organizations initiated the delivery of remote, online coaching sessions. This involved a wide range of coaching activities, including video coaching

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Practical Considerations for Coaching Athletes With Learning Disabilities and Neurodevelopmental Disorders

Rhys J. Thurston, Danielle M. Alexander, and Mathieu Michaud

skill development, which may be challenging for children and adults with learning disabilities or neurodevelopmental disorders. In sports, learning involves developing knowledge on a technical (i.e., sport-specific skills) or tactical (i.e., understanding game plays) level. Indeed, coaches have the

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Athletes’ Perceptions of Developing Relationships Through Adult-Oriented Coaching in Online Contexts

Kimberley Eagles and Bettina Callary

Over the last several years, advancements in technology and online platforms have allowed the opportunity for athletes and coaches to connect not only in person, but also at a distance. Szedlak et al. ( 2022 ) discussed that there has been continued growth in technology and a variety of social

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Erratum: Developing Coaches’ Knowledge of the Athlete–Coach Relationship Through Formal Coach Education: The Perceptions of Football Association Coach Developers

International Sport Coaching Journal

TO OUR READERS: Errors appeared in the ahead-of-print version of the following article: Newland, A., Cronin, C., Cook, G., & Whitehead, A. (2023). Developing coaches’ knowledge of the athlete–coach relationship through formal coach education: The perceptions of football association coach developers

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Coaching Behaviors as Sources of Relation-Inferred Self-Efficacy (RISE) in American Male High School Athletes

Brock McMullen, Hester L. Henderson, Donna Harp Ziegenfuss, and Maria Newton

When the relationship between a coach and an athlete is regarded as coach-athlete centered, one can gain a better understanding of coaching effectiveness and the relationship that is developed between the two parties, while also realizing the two cannot exist in isolation and need one another to

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Next One Up! Exploring How Coaches Manage Team Dynamics Following Injury

Rachel A. Van Woezik, Alex J. Benson, and Mark W. Bruner

group has the potential to destabilize group dynamics if not managed well. Thus, it is perhaps not surprising that the interviewed athletes perceived the coaching staff to be extremely influential in how the group responded in the wake of an injury, as well as how athletes viewed the injured teammate

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Exploring the Daily Hassles of Neophyte Cycling Coaches

Samuel Wood, David Richardson, Simon J. Roberts, and David Fletcher

; Umberson et al., 2008 ). Within the context of sport, coaching is increasingly acknowledged as a stressful occupation ( Carson et al., 2019 ; Frey, 2007 ; Kelley et al., 1999 ; Levey et al., 2009 ). Literature examining coach stress has typically focused on elite settings (see Didymus, 2017 ; Fletcher

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Erratum. Exploring Virtual Coach Education in USA Lacrosse

International Sport Coaching Journal

TO OUR READERS: An error appeared in the ahead-of-print version of the following article: Langdon, J., Van Arkel, J., & Greene, K. Exploring virtual coach education in USA Lacrosse. International Sport Coaching Journal . Advance online publication. The