Self-Efficacy and Positive and Negative Coaching Strategies

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Self-Efficacy and Positive and Negative Coaching Strategies

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2013

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Collegiate athletics are becoming more and more competitive. It is important that coaches do everything they can to get the most out of their athletes. This study surveyed over fifty collegiate athletes and over twenty collegiate coaches at the NCAA division two level. The athletes and coaches were current participants on team sports that included women’s basketball, women’s volleyball, men’s basketball, and men’s football. The purpose was to find out how an athletes’ self-efficacy was affected with positive versus negative coaching tone. The study showed that athletes have increased self-efficacy when receiving positive coaching strategies.

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Presented in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for The Master of Education Degree in the College of Education and Human Service Professions, University of Minnesota Duluth, 2013
Committee names: Diane Rauschenfels (Chair). This item has been modified from the original to redact the signatures present.

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University of Minnesota, Duluth. College of Education and Human Service Professions

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Prevost, Andrew Charles. (2013). Self-Efficacy and Positive and Negative Coaching Strategies. Retrieved from the University Digital Conservancy, https://hdl.handle.net/11299/187554.

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