In force Publication date 13 May 19

Gender Outcomes in Using Brief Motivational Interventions (BMIs) on Shaping Beliefs and Attitudes towards Doping for Athletes in Secondary Schools

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Project/Report Title: Gender Outcomes in Using Brief Motivational Interventions (BMIs) on Shaping Beliefs and Attitudes towards Doping for Athletes in Secondary Schools

Researcher(s)/author(s): Dr. Eunice Githae

Institution(s): Kenyatta University (Kenya)

Language: English

Year of funding/approval: 2019

The proposed research will elucidate the psychological factors influencing doping choices among athletes in secondary schools and how the students can be motivated to sustain aspects that help choose abstinence from dope. The overarching objective of the proposed project will be to implement a behaviour change model to enable assessment of changes in psychosocial factors that influence decision making against use of dope.

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