The Psychology of Youth Sports | Psychology Today

If you’re a parent or coach, you probably have an opinion about youth sports. You might think that sports help children develop teamwork skills, self-confidence, resiliency, moral character, and other personal strengths. Or you may see a dark side to youth sports, believing that young athletes develop aggressive traits like bullying and the need to dominate their opponents on and off the field.

Another insightful article bu Marilyn Price-Mitchell, PhD.

The Psychology of Youth Sports | Psychology Today.

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