References in periodicals archive ?
Nucci emphasizes that character and the context are mutually constitutive and continuously coacting.
The cohesion-performance outcome relationship in a coacting sport.
The fastening elements each carry securing means coacting with a contact zone of the hygiene article.
It attempted to verify that team members listed in Dun and Bradstreet constituted a coacting team by contacting 25% of the firms in their sample and asking them how often team members formally met.
Although extensive research has attempted to determine the various factors that affect cohesion in the athletic context, no research has examined the specific coaching strategies a coach uses to develop and promote cohesion among athletes in coacting small group sports.
Finally, I believe future research should attempt to examine various sport types to determine if coaches employ additional strategies when working with independent or coacting team structures.
Team performance outcome and the cohesiveness of competitive coacting groups.
Instead all elements of this dynamic system (Witherington, 2011) are interpenetrating and coacting on one another.
The few studies (Lenk, 1976; McGrath, 1962; Meyers, 1962) which have analyzed coacting teams, where success is based on individual performance which, when summed, results in total team achievement and an overall score (Bird, 1977), have found that coacting team members exhibit a lower level of cohesion than interacting team members due in part to intragroup rivalry and within team competition (Carron, 1982, 1984; Carron & Chelladurai, 1981; Donnelly, Carron, & Chelladurai, 1978; Gill, 1984).
Higher levels of cohesion have, therefore, been found in sports such as field hockey (interactive), than in coacting sports such as track.
Similarly, these results may not be representative of coacting, or individual, sport athletes.