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Alonzo L. Mortejo


Considerable amount of research has been conducted on examining the concept of coaching behavior and athletic achievements, with results suggesting that the impact can be extremely significant, however limited studies tend to associate the correlation of coaching, behavior, pyschological behavior of athletes and its efferct on ahtletes achivements in sports. Through the different styles of coaching, coaches impact the athletes with whom they associate in different ways, while also fulfilling or neglecting the athletes’ psychological needs. This study explores the association of coaching behavior and the psychological behavior of an anthlete to his athletic achivements in sport. A sample of 41 student athletes representing different sports disciplines perceived about coaches behaviors and how coaches behavior affects athletes motivation, performance, focus, and emotions, was presented to nine  Philippine  coaches working in university  schools specialized for college  sports.


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Mortejo, A. L. . (2023). PSYCHOLOGICAL BEHAVIOR AND COACHINGVIS-À-VIS ATHLETIC ACHIEVEMENTS. Journal of Sports Science and Health, 23(3), 1–10. Retrieved from
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