The measure also included 20 items adapted from PABSS (Kavussanu & Boardley, 2009) to be relevant to coaching.
This 59-item measure included athletes' assessments of the following: (1) overall team experience, (2) perceptions of coaching, (3) and their own prosocial and antisocial behavior (PABSS).
The remainder of the questionnaire includes 20 items from PABSS (Kavussanu & Boardley, 2009).
Sample items on the PABSS antisocial behavior scale included:
The analysis of the PABSS scales indicated that both boys and girls were significantly more likely to report that they engaged in more negative behavior during the completed season than the previous season [ME F(1,132) = 7.03, p = .009 for boys].
The analyses of the PABSS scales indicated that athletes on the PLC teams generally rated their coaches as practicing more positive coaching behaviors than their coaches had in the previous year.
We did not find any significant changes on the PABSS behavioral measures of the student athlete.
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