Interactive Decision Making and Behavior of Experienced and Inexperienced Basketball Coaches During Practice

Jones, Dennis Floyd; Housner, Lynn Dale; Kornspan, Alan Seth
July 1997
Journal of Teaching in Physical Education;Jul1997, Vol. 16 Issue 4, p454
Academic Journal
Analyzes the decision making and behavior of experienced and inexperienced basketball coaches during practice. Exhibition of silent observation; Implementation of practice consistent with plans; Reluctance of experienced coaches in changing a plan.


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