Athletes' perceptions of role ambiguity and coaching competency in sport teams: a multilevel analysis.

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The purpose of this study was to examine the relationship between athletes' perceptions of role ambiguity and two theoretically derived dimensions of coaching competency (i.e., game strategy and technique competencies). A total of 243 players from 26 teams representing various interdependent sports completed French versions of the Role Ambiguity Scale and… (More)

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@article{Bosselut2012AthletesPO, title={Athletes' perceptions of role ambiguity and coaching competency in sport teams: a multilevel analysis.}, author={Gr{\'e}goire Bosselut and Jean-Philippe Heuz{\'e} and Mark A. Eys and Paul Fontayne and Philippe C Sarrazin}, journal={Journal of sport & exercise psychology}, year={2012}, volume={34 3}, pages={345-64} }