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Authors:  (Amy Baltzell, Vanessa LoVerme Akhtar, John McCarthy, David Hurley, and Ira Martin)
Abstract:
The purpose of this study was to consider predictors of happiness and well-being of
high school coaches in their role as athletic coach. The study considered both the Full
Life model of happiness (Seligman, 2002) and the PERMA Well-Being model
(Seligman, 2011). Data was drawn from a mixed method study exploring high school
coach values and happiness. Data was gathered via an open-ended anonymous on-line
survey. Based on linear regression analysis, support for the Full Life model emerged: The
overall regression model was significant (p < .001) and the coefficient of determination
(R2) was .111. There also was support for three of the five PERMA model components.
The overall linear model remaining significant (p < .0001) and the coefficient of
determination (R2) a low level of predictive power at .148, as predictor of
happiness/satisfaction with coaching. Positive relationships and meaning were not
significant predictors of satisfaction in the role of athletic coach, whereas positive
emotion, engagement and accomplishment were significant (p < .001). Implications from
this study will be considered for athletic administrators, coach educators and for the
coaches. 


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