Analysis of Coaching Science Research Published from 1970–2001

  title={Analysis of Coaching Science Research Published from 1970–2001},
  author={Wade D. Gilbert and Pierre Trudel},
  journal={Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport},
  pages={388 - 399}
Abstract The study followed a four-phase design. In Phase I an exhaustive search was conducted for all English language coaching research published in journals from 1970 to 2001. In Phase II, copies of the research were obtained. An expert panel conducted a manual search and a review in Phase III to address validity. Analysis of the research was completed in Phase IV (Culver, Gilbert, & Trudel, 2003; Silverman & Skonie, 1997). Over 1,100 articles were reviewed, and 610 met the inclusion… 

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