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Title: Interpersonal mechanisms explaining the transfer of well- and ill-being in coach-athlete dyads
Authors: Stebbings, Juliette
Taylor, Ian M.
Spray, Christopher M.
Keywords: Self-determination theory
Autonomy support
Control
Laissez-faire
Distinguishable dyads
Leadership
Mediation
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: © Human Kinetics
Citation: STEBBINGS, J., TAYLOR, I. and SPRAY, C., 2016. Interpersonal mechanisms explaining the transfer of well- and ill-being in coach-athlete dyads. Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology [in press].
Abstract: The current study explored coaches’ interpersonal behaviors as a mechanism for well- and ill- being contagion from coach to athlete, and vice versa. Eighty-two coach-athlete dyads from individual sports completed self-report measures before and after a training session. Structural equation modeling supported three actor-partner interdependence mediation models, in which coaches’ pre-session well- and ill-being were associated with changes in athletes’ well- and ill-being over the course of the session. These relationships were mediated by athletes’ perceptions of their coaches’ interpersonal styles during the session. The reciprocal transfer from athlete to coach was not fully supported. Nonetheless, coaches’ perceptions of their own interpersonal behavior were associated with changes in their post-session well- and ill-being. Overall, evidence is provided for the contagion of affect from authority figures to those under their instruction, but not vice versa.
Description: THIS ITEM WILL REMAIN CLOSED ACCESS UNTIL AFTER ITS COMMERCIAL PUBLICATION.
Version: Accepted for publication
URI: https://dspace.lboro.ac.uk/2134/20952
Publisher Link: http://journals.humankinetics.com/jsep
ISSN: 0895-2779
Appears in Collections:Closed Access (Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences)

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