CBAS

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AcronymDefinition
CBASCommunity-Based Adult Services (California Department of Health Care Services)
CBASComputer-Based Accounting Systems
CBASCognitive Behavioral Analysis System (psychotherapy)
CBASCoaching Behavior Assessment System (sports psychology)
CBASCarrying Bibles around School
CBASCorporate Business Applications Support
CBASCentre for Biomedicine and Society (King's College London; UK)
CBASComputer Business Applications Specialist (various locations)
CBASCredit Balance Analysis System (software)
CBASCincinnati Book Arts Society (Ohio)
CBASComputrols Building Automation System (building automation software)
CBASCollege of Basic and Applied Sciences (various universities)
CBASCommand Budget Automated System
CBASComputerized Building Automation System
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The Coaching Behavior Assessment System (CBAS) is an observation evaluation tool designed by Smith, Smoll, and Hunt (1977) to measure coaches' leadership behaviors.
Smith, Smoll and Hunt (1977) created a coaching behavior assessment system that identifies spontaneous and reactive behaviors present in coaches as they direct practices and competitions.
Coaching Behavior Assessment System (CBAS; Smith, Smoll, & Hunt, 1977).
Table 1 Modified Coaching Behavior Assessment System (CBAS) Categories Codes Reactive Behaviors Desirable Performances Positive Reinforcement R Reinforcement+General Technical Instruction R+TIG Mistakes/Errors Mistake-Contingent Encouragement EM Mistake-Contingent Technical Instruction TIM Mistake-Contingent Technical Instruction+Encouragement TIM+EM Punishment P Punitive Mistake-Contingent Technical Instruction TIM+P Keeping Control KC Spontaneous Behaviors Game-Related General Technical Instruction TIG General Encouragement EG Organization O Game-Irrelevant General Communication GC (adapted from Smith, Smoll, & Hunt, 1977)
First, trainees completed the training manual and videotape module for the Coaching Behavior Assessment System (CBAS; Smith, Smoll, & Hunt, 1976).
Training manual for the Coaching Behavior Assessment System (CBAS).
Trained observers recorded overt coaching behaviors of 29 male and 29 female high school soccer coaches during competition using the Coaching Behavior Assessment System (CBAS).