The Relationship Between Ethical and Abusive Coaching Behaviors and Student-Athlete Well-Being

@inproceedings{YukhymenkoLescroart2015TheRB,
  title={The Relationship Between Ethical and Abusive Coaching Behaviors and Student-Athlete Well-Being},
  author={Mariya A. Yukhymenko-Lescroart and Michael E. Brown and Thomas S. Paskus},
  year={2015}
}
Drawing on social–cognitive theory, this research examined the impact of college coaches’ ethical and abusive behavior on their athletes’ college choice satisfaction, perceptions of the team’s inclusion climate, and team members’ willingness to cheat. We examined the relative impact of these coaching behaviors controlling for team gender as well as the contextual influences of the profile of the sport, National Collegiate Athletic Association Division, and ethical climate at the school. Results… CONTINUE READING

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