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Studies have shown that children with behavioral disorders should be included in sports. This research looks at the comfort level coaches have with the idea of having children with behavioral disorders on their team. The research goes further into this question by looking at training as a possible option to increase the level of comfort. The study looks into the survey that was conducted and goes into further explanation as to how this affects youth sports. The discussion of the findings shows who is most affected by this research and what else can be examined.
Campbell, Rebecca, "The Level Of Comfort Coaches Have For Dealing With Children With Behavioral Disabilities" (2013). Sport Management Undergraduate. Paper 64.
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