Volume 6(1): September, 2000
This first issue of Volume 6 of Coaching Science Abstracts reviews articles concerned with coaching actions, descriptions, and parents. The final section includes definitions and descriptions of frequently used coaching science terminology that appears in sport science literature. The listing is not exhaustive.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
INDIVIDUAL ANALYSIS OF OBJECTIVE PERFORMANCE INFORMATION IS HIGHLY EFFECTIVE Komaki, J. (1986). Toward effective supervision; an operant analysis and comparison of managers at work. Journal of Applied Psychology, 71, 270-279.
IGNORE ERRORS AND FOCUS ON WHAT IS DONE WELL IN SKILLED PERFORMANCES Buzas, H. P., & Ayllon, T. (1981). Differential reinforcement in coaching tennis skills. Behavior Modification, 5, 372-385.
FREQUENT, CONSISTENT, CONTINGENT COACHING OF RELEVANT BEHAVIORS AFFECTS ATHLETES' SELF-PERCEPTIONS OF COMPETENCE Horn, T. S. (1985). Coaches' feedback and changes in children's perceptions of their physical competence. Journal of Educational Psychology, 77, 174-186.
COACHES NEED TO IMPROVE THE COACH-ATHLETE RELATIONSHIP Bortoli, L., Robazza, C., & Giabardo, S. (1995). Young athletes' perception of coaches' behavior. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 81, 1217-1218.
COACHES! ATTEND TO ATHLETES' EMOTIONS AND OPINIONS Salminen, S., & Liukkonen, J. (1996). Coach-athlete relationship and coaching behavior in training sessions. International Journal of Sport Psychology, 27, 59-67.
COACH ADOLESCENT FEMALES POSITIVELY Allen, J. B., & Howe, B. L. (1998). Player ability, coach feedback, and female adolescent athletes' perceived competence and satisfaction. Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 20, 280-299.
IF YOU SEE THE FOLLOWING YOU ARE NOT VIEWING A QUALITY PRACTICE Brent S. Rushall, personal notes, 1966.
PERCEPTIONS OF COACHING DIFFER BETWEEN PERFORMANCE STANDARDS Wilson, K., Woodhouse, D., & Barnes, C. A. (1998). Athlete perceptions of effective coaching behavior: A comparison between junior county and international badminton players. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 30(5), Supplement abstract 499.
A COACH'S REACTIONS TO ATHLETE'S PERFORMANCES AFFECTS HOW THEY ARE PERCEIVED BY CHILDREN Amorose, A. J., & Weiss, M. R. (1998). Coaching feedback as a source of information about perceptions of ability: A developmental examination. Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 20, 395-420.
COACH BURNOUT INFLUENCES ATHLETES' TRAINING RESPONSES Vealey, R. S., Armstrong, L., & Comar, W. (1998). Influence of perceived coaching behaviors on burnout and competitive anxiety in female college athletes. Journal of Applied Sport Psychology, 10, 297-318.
COACH-ATHLETE COMPATIBILITY ASSOCIATED WITH AN ATHLETE'S RESPONSIVENESS TO A COACH'S PROGRAM Kenow, L., & Williams, J. M. (1999). Coach-athlete compatibility and athlete's perception of coaching behaviors. Journal of Sport Behavior, 22, 251-260.
YOUTH ATHLETES AND PARENTS PREFER DIFFERENT COACHING STYLES Martin, S. B., Jackson, A. W., Richardson, P. A., & Weiller, K. H. (1999). Coaching preferences of adolescent youths and their parents. Journal of Applied Sport Psychology, 11, 247-262.
EXPECTATIONS FOR, AND APPRAISALS OF, ATHLETIC ABILITY AFFECT THE TYPE OF FEEDBACK EMITTED BY A COACH Ciapponi, T. M., Golden, A. J., Jr., Martin, A. D., & Solomon, G. B (1998). Coach expectations and differential feedback: Perceptual flexibility revisited. Journal of Sport Behavior, 21, 298-310.
COACHES BEHAVIORS CONFLICT WITH THOSE THAT EVOKE THE BEST RESPONSES FROM ATHLETES Chase, M. A., Lirgg, C. D., & Feltz, D. L. (1997) Do coaches' efficacy expectations for their teams predict team performance? The Sport Psychologist, 11, 8-22.
SOME COLLEGE COACHES DO NOT COACH WELL Solomon, G. B., Striegel, D. A., Eliot, J. F., Heon, S. N. MISSING NAMES. (1996). The self-fulfilling prophecy in college basketball: Implications for effective coaching. Journal of Applied Sport Psychology, 8, 44-59.
COACHES AND TRAINING ZONES Dr. Joel M Stager, Director of the Human Performance Laboratory, Department of Kinesiology, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana; personal communication (1999). .
PARENTS IN SPORT
CHILDREN IN SPORT - A POEM FOR PARENTS Fitzsimons, P. (07/08/2000) Child's play. The Sydney Morning Herald.
SOME THINGS TO SAY TO PARENTS Jeffrey Bond (no date). Canberra, ACT: Australian Institute of Sport..
WHAT EVERY PARENT SHOULD REMEMBER ABOUT SPORT Fitzsimons, P. (05/06/1997) The Sydney Morning Herald.
PARENTAL INVOLVEMENT IN SPORT BENEFICIAL TO ATHLETES Hoyle, R. H., & Leff, S. S. (1997). The role of parental involvement in youth sport participation and performance. Adolescence, 32, 233-243.
COACHING SCIENCE TERMINOLOGY
PHYSIOLOGY DEFINITIONS (Brent S. Rushall).
ENERGY SYSTEMS Armstrong, N., & Welsman, J. (1997). Children in sport and exercise: Bioenergetics and anaerobic exercise. British Journal of Physical Education, 28(1), 3-6.
BASIC CONCEPTS IN MUSCLE FUNCTION Hinkle, C. Z. (1997). Fundamentals of anatomy and movement. St. Louis, MO: Mosby.
BLOOD AND URINE LABORATORY TEST EXPLANATIONS (Brent S. Rushall).
TYPES OF MUSCLE FIBERS (Brent S. Rushall).
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