That way, after reading the first paragraph, the reader would know the purpose, hypotheses, and findings.There was no information, however, regarding the validity of the RLSS.A MANOVA was used to analyze the data for differences between male and female coaches with regard to leadership behaviors.Following the information on threats to internal validity, the student provided suggestions regarding how these threats could have been dealt with. Not only does the student know what the weakness of the study are, he provides ways the study could have been improved. Investigating leadership, gender, and coaching level using the Revised Leadership for Sport Scale. The purpose of the study was to determine possible differences in leadership behaviors, using the Revised Leadership for Sport Scale (RLSS), between male and female coaches and among different coaching levels. The first hypothesis was that male and female coaches would respond differently to the RLSS in overall leadership behaviors.One thing that was not discussed in this paper is the literature review. The second hypothesis was that differences on the RLSS would occur among coaching levels: junior high, high school, and college.Junior high coaches also demonstrated a lesser degree of social support than either the high school or college coaches.A MANOVA was again used to analyze the data for any interaction between gender and coaching level with regard to overall leadership behavior.Next, the student described specifics about the research design, including the sample, instrumentation, and data analysis.Ecological and population generalizability were discussed. The student spoke at length on threats to internal validity.The sample number for junior high coaches, in particular, is rather low.A larger sample with regard to all categories would have aided in the data analysis, particularly when looking for possible interactions between gender and coaching level.