Publications

LaVoi, N.M. et al. (2009). Sports Based Youth Development for Girls. A factsheet provided Up2Us.

LaVoi, N.M., & Calhoun, A.S. (2009, October 15). What Can Online Intercollegiate Coach Biographies Tell Us About Inclusivity and Tolerance of Diverse Sexual Orientations? It Takes A Team Newsletter, Women’s Sports Foundation.

LaVoi, N.M. (2009, October 13). Relational Coach. LeaderVoice column for The Minnesota Women’s Press.

LaVoi, N.M. (2009). Occupational sex segregation in a youth soccer organization: Females in positions of power. Women in Sport & Physical Activity Journal, 18(2), 25-37.

LaVoi, N.M., & Kane, M.J. (in press). Sport Sociology for Sport Management. In P. Pedersen, L. Thibault, & J. Quarterman (Eds.), Contemporary Sport Management (4th ed.). Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics

Daniels, E., & LaVoi, N.M. (in press). Athletics as Solution and Problem: Sports Participation for Girls and the Sexualization of Female Athletes. In T.A. Roberts and E.L. Zubriggen (Eds.) The Sexualization of Girls and Girlhood. New York: Oxford University Press.

Wiese-Bjornstal, D., LaVoi, N.M., & Omli, J. (2009). Developmental influences on sport skill learning and performance in children and youth. In B.W. Brewer (Ed.) International Olympic Committee (IOC) Medical Commission Handbooks of Sports Medicine and Science: Sport Psychology Volume, (pp. 97-112). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell.

Omli, J., & LaVoi, N.M. (2009). The perfect storm: Background anger in youth sports. Journal of Sport Behavior, 32(2), 242-260.

LaVoi, N.M., & Babkes Stellino, M. (2008). The influence of perceived parent created sport climate on competitive youth male hockey players’ good and poor sport behaviors. Journal of Psychology: Interdisciplinary & Applied, 142(5), 471-495.

Omli, J., LaVoi, N.M., Wiese-Bjornstal, D. (2008). Towards an understanding of parent spectator behavior at youth sport events. Journal of Youth Sports, 3(2), 30-33.

LaVoi, N.M., Omli, J., Wiese-Bjornstal, D. (2008). Minnesota PLAYS™ (Parents Learning About Youth Sports): A research-based parent education solution. Journal of Youth Sports 3(2), 14-16.

LaVoi, N.M., & Wiese-Bjornstal, D. (2007). Girls’ Physical Activity Participation: Recommendations for best practices, programs, policies and future research. In M.J. Kane & N.M. LaVoi (Eds.), The Tucker Center Research Report, Developing physically active girls: An evidence-based multidisciplinary approach (pp.1-5).Minneapolis, MN: The Tucker Center for Research on Girls & Women in Sport, University of Minnesota. Download full report here.

LaVoi, N.M. (2007) Expanding the interpersonal dimension: Closeness in the coach-athlete relationship. International Journal of Sport Science & Coaching, 2(4), 497-512.

Shields, D.L., LaVoi, N.M., Bredemeier, B.L. & Power, C.F. (2007). Predictors of poor sportspersonship in youth sports: An examination of personal attitudes and social influences. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 29, 747-762.

LaVoi, N.M., Buysse, J., Maxwell, H.D., & Kane, M.J. (2007). The influence of occupational status and sex of decision maker on media representations in intercollegiate athletics. Women in Sport & Physical Activity Journal, 15(4), 32-43.

LaVoi, N.M., Becker, E., & Maxwell, H.D. (2007). “Coaching Girls”: A content analysis of best-selling popular press books. Women in Sport & Physical Activity Journal, 15(4), 8-20.

LaVoi, N.M., & Power, C.F. (2006). Pathways to fostering civic engagement in collegiate female athletes: An exploratory study. Journal of College and Character, 7(3).

Shields, D.L. Bredemeier, B.L., LaVoi, N.M., & Power, C.F. (2005). The behavior of youth, parents, and coaches: The good, the bad & the ugly. Journal of Research on Character Education, 3(1).

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