The Influence Of Coach Leadership Behavior And Authenticity On Burnout Among Collegiate Athletes
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Master of Science in Kinesiology (M.S.)
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The purpose of this study was to determine if coach authenticity and leadership behavior can influence burnout in collegiate athletes. By using congruency rooted in the multi-dimensional model of leadership and the leadership scale for sport, a mediating variable of authenticity, and a criterion variable of burnout, it was hypothesized that coach authenticity and congruence in the coach-athlete dyad, will influence rates of burnout evidenced by their ability to account for a significant proportion of the variance associated with burnout. The data analysis used in this study was a meditational analysis, which examined how coach-authenticity and congruency predict athlete burnout.
Ryan, William, "The Influence Of Coach Leadership Behavior And Authenticity On Burnout Among Collegiate Athletes" (2017). Electronic Theses and Dissertations. 1620.
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