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The Controlling Coach Behavioral Scale (CCBS) is a multidimensional self-report assessment instrument designed by Bartholomew et al. (2010). The Scale measures sport coaches´ controlling interpersonal style from the perspective of Ryan´s and Deci (2000a) self-determination theory. The aim of this study is to translate the original English version of CCBS into Icelandic and evaluate its psychometric properties by recruiting athletes from different types of sports. The Icelandic version of CCBS demonstrates a good internal consistency for all four subscales used. Furthermore, the test – retest shows a strong positive correlation for all of the four subscales and a high correlation for the total score. However, some subscales are a little lower than in Bartholomew’s study. Measurement of convergent validity of the scale shows medium to high negative correlation between the athlete´s assessment of coach communication ability and the total score of the Icelandic version of CCBS. These results underpin the convergent validity of the scale. The most interesting finding is that athletes in individual sports rank their coaches higher in communication ability compared to athletes in team sports. Furthermore there are some gender differences in the assessment of coaches controlling interpersonal style as well as in communication skills.
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