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Shahab Bahrami, Shirin Zardoshtian, Rasool Norouzi Seyyed Hosseini,
Volume 1, Issue 2 (12-2011)

The aim of this study is to determine the effect of perceived coach leadership behavior on motivational climate and athlete satisfaction of women taking part in basketball super league of Iran. Statistical population of this study was included from all super leagues’ female basketball players. Sample society was equal to all 174 athletes of statistical society and the method of research was descriptive. The personal information questionnaire (demography), leadership sport scale (LSS), motivational climate questionnaire (PMCSQ), and athlete satisfaction questionnaire (ASQ) were used to measure the variables. The results showed that among coaches’ leadership behavior autocratic behavior (ß=0/76) and performance climate social support (ß= 0/24) and education and training behavior and mastery climate have linear relationship and even predict it. Coaches’ leadership behavior and athlete satisfaction have significant linear relationship (p<0/01), also education and training behavior (ß=0/93) and positive feedback (ß=0/75) have linear relationship with athlete satisfaction and even predict it.
As a whole, it is obvious that coaches’ leadership behavior is an important factor in motivational climate and athlete satisfaction so the coaches by using the appropriate leadership behavior can effect on motivational climate and athlete satisfaction to achieve success and desirable outcomes.
Shirin Zardoshtian, Behesht Ahmadi, Azadeh Azadi,
Volume 2, Issue 3 (8-2012)

The aim of this study was to examine therelationship perceived autonomy-supportive behaviors of coaches onself-determined motivation and sport commitment of elitefemale players inHandball league. The research desing was a descriptive-correlational.For this pourpose statistical society of this research incloud 237 female players were selected equal to sample society. Perceived autonomy- supportive behaviors of coaches, self-determined motivation and sport commitment were assessed using the perceived autonomy support scale for exercise settings(PASSES), Sport Motivation Scale (SMS( and Sport Commitment Model Scale) scms) respectively. The validity and reliability of the questionnaires was measured and modified.Data were analyzed using multiple regression and Structural Equation Models (SEM) in significance level of P<0/05. The finding showed autonomy-supportive behaviors had significant positive correlation with intrinsic motivation, introjected regulation and indentified regulation. However, autonomy-supportive negative correlation amotivation.In addition, intrinsic motivation, introjected regulation and indentified regulation had significant positive correlation with sport commitment players.Multiple regression showed autonomy-supportive coaches was predictor factor for the intrinsic motivation, extrinsic motivation and sport commitment players.path analysis results offered support for the proposed model. Total mediation was supported in the case of intrinsic motivation, introjected regulation and indentified regulation in the relationship between autonomy-supportive coaches and sport commitment players. The findings underline the importance of perceived autonomy-supportive coaches in motivation and sport commitment players. The results provide support Self-determination Theory in elite players
Dr Shirin Zardoshtian, Mr Ali Karimi,
Volume 9, Issue 17 (9-2019)

The aim of this study was to examine the impact of social capital and intellectual capital on organizational performance. The research is descriptive and correlational. The study population consisted of 150 office workers Youth and Sports Kermanshah province is Of which 110 samples were selected in the first half of 1395. The research tools using standard questionnaires, social capital (Putnam, 2000), intellectual capital Bontis (2004) and organizational performance questionnaire Baharestan et al (1391), respectively. In this study, face and content validity of the questionnaire was approved by 10 experts in sports management.In order to determine the reliability of the questionnaire, Internal consistency with Cronbach's alpha coefficient Amos software to various factors questionnaire, respectively, 77/0, 87 /. , 80/0, respectively. The. For data analysis and structural equation modeling software was used Amos. The analysis results showed that Social capital variables intellectual capital, organizational performance and intellectual capital have a significant positive impact on organizational performance. The results of the study showed that Intellectual investment in social capital influence on organizational performance, the role of the moderator is capable of.

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