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The effects of permitted forms of performance enhancement on determinants of doping in UK student-athletes

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Project/Report Title: The effects of permitted forms of performance enhancement on determinants of doping in UK student-athletes

Researcher(s)/author(s): Ian Boardley

Institution(s): University of Birmingham (UK)

Language: English

Year of funding/approval: 2016

The current project aims to answer the following research questions:

  • What permitted forms of performance enhancement are commonly used by student athletes?
  • How can permitted forms of performance enhancement be presented most effectively to portray them as alternatives to – rather than precursors for – doping?
  • What are the effects over time of using nutritional supplements, medicines and performance enhancing technology on explicit functional and moral doping attitudes and automatic doping preferences in student athletes?
  • Does disparity between explicit functional and moral doping attitudes influence doping moral disengagement in student athletes over time?

 

 

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