The coaching schematic: Validation through expert coach consensus

@article{Abraham2006TheCS,
  title={The coaching schematic: Validation through expert coach consensus},
  author={Andrew Abraham and Dave Collins and Russell Martindale},
  journal={Journal of Sports Sciences},
  year={2006},
  volume={24},
  pages={549 - 564}
}
Abstract Current research in coaching development infers that coaching is predominantly a decision-making process. The same and other research is not, however, informing the coaching development process due to a lack of a big picture approach. Consequently, there is a need for a model of coaching. In this paper, we offer such a model in the form of a schematic that reflects the coaching process from both a content and information-processing stance. To assess the validity of the schematic, 16… 

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