Three generalizability studies of the components of perceived coach support

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Authors: Rees, T., Freeman, P., Bell, S. and Bunney, R.

Journal: J Sport Exerc Psychol

Volume: 34

Issue: 2

Pages: 238-251

eISSN: 1543-2904

DOI: 10.1123/jsep.34.2.238

Coaches are important providers of social support, but what influences us to perceive our coaches as supportive or unsupportive? We investigated the extent to which perceptions of coach support reflect characteristics of athletes and coaches, as well as relational components. In three studies, athletes judged the actual or hypothetical supportiveness of various coaches. The methods of generalizability theory permitted us to conclude that perceptions of coach support primarily reflected relational components, with characteristics both of athletes and coaches also independently playing (lesser) roles. These findings suggest that athletes may systematically disagree on the supportiveness of their coaches.

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Authors: Rees, T., Freeman, P., Bell, S. and Bunney, R.

Journal: Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology

Volume: 34

Issue: 2

Pages: 238-251

eISSN: 1543-2904

ISSN: 0895-2779

DOI: 10.1123/jsep.34.2.238

Coaches are important providers of social support, but what influences us to perceive our coaches as supportive or unsupportive? We investigated the extent to which perceptions of coach support reflect characteristics of athletes and coaches, as well as relational components. In three studies, athletes judged the actual or hypothetical supportiveness of various coaches. The methods of generalizability theory permitted us to conclude that perceptions of coach support primarily reflected relational components, with characteristics both of athletes and coaches also independently playing (lesser) roles. These findings suggest that athletes may systematically disagree on the supportiveness of their coaches. © 2012 Human Kinetics, Inc.

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Authors: Rees, T., Freeman, P., Bell, S. and Bunney, R.

Journal: JOURNAL OF SPORT & EXERCISE PSYCHOLOGY

Volume: 34

Issue: 2

Pages: 238-251

eISSN: 1543-2904

ISSN: 0895-2779

DOI: 10.1123/jsep.34.2.238

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Authors: Rees, T., Freeman, P., Bell, S. and Bunney, R.

Journal: Journal of sport & exercise psychology

Volume: 34

Issue: 2

Pages: 238-251

eISSN: 1543-2904

ISSN: 0895-2779

Coaches are important providers of social support, but what influences us to perceive our coaches as supportive or unsupportive? We investigated the extent to which perceptions of coach support reflect characteristics of athletes and coaches, as well as relational components. In three studies, athletes judged the actual or hypothetical supportiveness of various coaches. The methods of generalizability theory permitted us to conclude that perceptions of coach support primarily reflected relational components, with characteristics both of athletes and coaches also independently playing (lesser) roles. These findings suggest that athletes may systematically disagree on the supportiveness of their coaches.

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