Youth Sports

Edwards, M. B., Bocarro, J. N., Bunds, K. S., Bush, K. A., Casper, J. M., Dorsch, T. E., Chalip, L., Kanters, D., & Kanters, M. A. (in press). Parental perceptions of the impact of COVID-19 and returning to play based on level of sport. Sportin Society.

Eckardt, V. C., Dorsch, T. E., & Lobinger, B. H. (in press). Parents' Competitive Stressors in Professional German Youth Soccer Academies: A Mixed-Method Study. Psychology of Sport and Exercise.

Whitley, M.A., Smith, A. L., Dorsch, T. E., Bowers, M. T., Centeio, E. E., & President’s Council on Sports, Fitness & Nutrition Science Board. (In press). Reimagining the youth sport system across the United States:A commentary from the President's Council on Sports, Fitness & Nutrition Science Board.Journal of Physical Education, Recreation and Dance.

Whitley, M. A., Smith, A. L., Dorsch, T. E., Bowers, M. T., Centeio, E. E., President’s Council on Sports, Fitness & Nutrition Science Board(in press). Re-envisioning post-pandemic youth sport to meet young people’s mental, emotional, and social needs. Translational Journal of the American College of Sports Medicine.

Dorsch, T. E., Vierimaa, M., Terwillegar, M., Coffman, J., & Shaw, T. (in press). Defining an Olympic legacy: A case study of one community’s efforts to optimize youth sport programming. Journal of Olympic Studies.

Dorsch, T. E., Hardiman, A., & Vierimaa, M (2021). Developing an organizational mission statement in youth sport: Utilizing Mad Libs as a novel, shared leadership approach. Journal of Sport Psychology in Action, 12(3), 143-154.

Dorsch, T. E., Blazo, J. A., Arthur-Banning, S. G., Anderson-Butcher, D., Jayanthi, N., Hardiman, A., Farrey, T., Solomon, J., Brown Lerner, J. (2021). National trends in American youth sport during the COVID-19 pandemic: Understanding parents’ perceptions and perspectives. Journal of Sport Behavior.

Sutcliffe, J. T., McLaren, C.D., Benson, A. J., Martin, L. J., Arnocky, S., Shields, C., Law, B., Dorsch, T. E., & Bruner, M. W. (2021). Parents’ moral intentions towards antisocial parent behaviour: An identity approach in competitive youth sport. Psychology of Sport & Exercise. Advance Online Edition.

Dorsch, T. E., Smith, A. L., Blazo, J. B., Coakley, J., Côté, J., Wagstaff, C. R., Warner, S., & King, M. Q. (2020). Toward an integrated understanding of the youth sport system. Research Quarterly in Exercise and Sport. Advance Online Edition.

Osai, K. V., Dorsch, T. E., & Whiteman, S. D. (2020). To be, or not to be, that is the question: Sibling modeling and differentiation among siblings participating in organized youth sport. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 42(6), 500-510.

Dorsch, T. E., King, M. Q., Tulane, S., Osai, K. V., Dunn, C. R., & Carlsen, C. (2019). Parent education in youth sport: A community case study of parents, coaches, and administrators.Journal of Applied Sport Psychology, 31(4), 427-450.

Dorsch, T. E., Vierimaa, M., & Plucinik, J. (2019). A citation network analysis of research on parent-child interactions in youth sport. Sport, Exercise, & Performance Psychology, 8(2), 145-162.

Lowe, K., Dorsch, T. E., Kaye, M. P., Arnett, J. J., Lyons, L. K., Faherty, A., & Menendez, L. (2018). Parental involvement among collegiate student-athletes: An analysis across NCAA divisions. Journal of Intercollegiate Sport, 11(2), 242-268.

DeFreese, J. D., Dorsch, T. E., & Flitton, T. A. (2018). The parent-child relationship and parents’ experiences of burnout and engagement in organized youth sport. Journal ofClinical Sport Psychology, 12(2), 218-233.

Bolter, N. D., Petranek, L. J., & Dorsch, T. E. (2018). Coach, parent, and administrator perspectives on required coaching education inorganized youth sport. International Journal of Sport Science and Coaching, 13(3), 362-372.

Dorsch, T. E., King, M., Dunn, C. R., Osai, K. V., & Tulane, S., (2017). The impact of evidence-based parent education in organized youth sport: A pilot study. Journal of Applied Sport Psychology, 29(2), 199-214.

Knight, C. J., Dorsch, T. E., Osai, K. V., Haderlie, K. L., & Sellars, P. A. (2016). Influences on parental involvement in youth sport. Sport, Exercise, & Performance Psychology, 5(2), 161-178.

Dunn, C. R., Dorsch, T. E., King, M., & Rothlisberger, K. (2016). The impact of family financial investment on parent pressure, child enjoyment, and commitment to participation in organized youth sport. Family Relations, 65(2), 287-299.

Dorsch, T. E., Smith, A. L., & Dotterer, A. M. (2016). Individual, relationship, and context factors associated with parent support and pressure in organized youth sport. Psychology of Sport & Exercise, 23, 132-141.

Dorsch, T. E., Smith, A. L., Wilson, S. R., & McDonough, M. H. (2015). Parent goals and verbal sideline behavior in organized youth sport. Sport, Exercise, & Performance Psychology, 4(1), 19-35.

Dorsch, T. E., Smith, A. L., & McDonough, M. H. (2015). Early socialization of parents through organized youth sport. Sport, Exercise, & Performance Psychology, 4(1), 3-18.

Dorsch, T. E., Smith, A. L., & McDonough, M. H. (2009). Parents’ experiences of child-to parent socialization in organized youth sport. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 31(4), 444-468.