• Citation Network Analysis of Research on Sport Officials: A Lack of Interconnectivity 

      Hancock, David J.; Rix-Lièvre, Géraldine; Côté, Jean (2016-04-27)
      In sport research, the majority of attention is directed towards athletes. While investigations on sport officials have proliferated in recent years, many queries remain unanswered. Through citation analysis, we investigate ...
    • Describing Citation Structures in Sport Burnout Literature: A Citation Network Analysis 

      Gustafsson, Henrik; Hancock, David J.; Côté, Jean (2016-04-28)
      Objectives To evaluate sport burnout research using citation network analysis. Design A citation network analysis. Methods We began by searching the term “sport and burnout” in SportDiscus, Physical Education ...
    • Evidence-Based Policies for Youth Sport Programmes 

      Côté, Jean; Hancock, David J. (2016-04-28)
      Youth sport involvement can lead to outcomes classified as the 3Ps: performance, participation and personal development. The 3Ps are central to youth sport systems aimed at providing quality experiences to participants. A ...
    • Place of Development and Dropout in Youth Ice Hockey 

      Imtiaz, Faizan; Hancock, David J.; Vierimaa, Matthew; Côté, Jean (2016-04-29)
      Research demonstrates that smaller cities in North America are associated with higher rates of elite talent development in sport compared to larger cities [Côté, J., MacDonald, D. J., Baker, J., & Abernethy, B. (2006). ...
    • Positive Youth Development From Sport to Life: Explicit or Implicit Transfer? 

      Turnnidge, Jennifer; Côté, Jean; Hancock, David J. (2016-04-29)
      While previous studies indicate that participation in sport has the potential to facilitate positive developmental outcomes, there is a lack of consensus regarding the possible transfer of these outcomes to other environments ...
    • A Proposed Theoretical Model to Explain Relative Age Effects in Sport 

      Hancock, David J.; Adler, Ashley L.; Côté, Jean (2016-05-02)
      Exemplary scientific methods describe concepts and provide theories for further testing. For the field of relative age effects (RAEs) in sport, the scientific method appears to be limited to description. The purpose of ...