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Kipp, Bolter, Bhalla, and Weiss give research presentations at NASPSPA conference

Lindsay Kipp and Nicole Bolter (doctoral students) and Jennifer Bhalla and Maureen Weiss (faculty), all in the School of Kinesiology, presented three research papers on positive youth development through sport at the annual conference of the North American Society for the Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity earlier this month in Tucson, AZ. Papers included studies on adult and peer influences on sportsmanlike attitudes in youth hockey, mechanisms of coaching behaviors that promote sportsmanship among adolescent athletes, and coaches and parents as sources of developmental sport experiences among adolescent girls.

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