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Presentation
A naturalistic depiction of true competition in a recreational youth basketball program
2014 National Coaching Conference
  • Matthew Vierimaa, Utah State University
  • Mark Bruner, Nipissing University
  • Jean Côté, Queen's University
Document Type
Presentation
Publisher
SHAPE America
Location
Washington, DC
Publication Date
6-1-2014
Disciplines
Abstract
The Personal Assets Framework for Sport (Côté, Turnnidge, & Vierimaa, in press) describes the dynamic elements that help to explain changes in personal assets which ultimately influence the long-term outcomes of performance, participation, and personal development
Citation Information
Vierimaa, M., Bruner, M. W., & Côté, J. (June 2014). A naturalistic depiction of true competition in a recreational youth basketball program. Poster presented at the National Coaching Conference. SHAPE America. Washington, DC, USA.