Projets de recherche en sciences sociales subventionnés

Les projets de recherche subventionnés par le Programme de bourses pour la recherche en sciences sociales de l'AMA peuvent être consultés ci-dessous (en anglais).

2018
2017
2016
2015
2014
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
2008
2007
2006
2005

 

ACCEPTÉ EN 2018

Evaluation of a School-Based Intervention Program – NADA Austria’s Anti-Doping School Program
Cornelia BLANK / Autriche

Understanding and nurturing the role of young athletes’ parents in doping prevention
WINAND / Luxembourg 

The 3D Project: Development and evaluation of a multidimensional universal program addressing three interrelated behavioral influences on doping behavior 
YAGER / Australie


ACCEPTÉ EN 2017

Support athletes blow the whistle against doping
Vassilis BARKOUKIS / Grèce

Developing an Evidence-Based Smartphone Application for Monitoring and Promoting Athletes’ Awareness to Unintentional Doping
CHAN / Hong Kong, Chine

Blowing the whistle on doping in sport through evidence-informed policy making
Kelsey ERICKSON / Royaume-Uni

Developing and Evaluating the CREST Anti-Doping Programme
NAIDOO / Afrique du sud

Étude du processus de dénonciation du dopage chez les sportifs malgaches et leur personnel de soutien
RAKOTONIAINA / Madagascar


ACCEPTÉ EN 2016

The effects of permitted forms of performance enhancement on determinants of doping in UK student-athletes
Ian BOARDLEY / Royaume-Uni

Doping attitudes, moral disengagement, and ethical decision-making of young talented athletes: An advanced intervention study
Brigitte CLAESSENS / Pays-Bas

Perceptions of legitimacy, attitudes and buy-in among athlete groups: a cross-national qualitative investigation providing practical solutions
Paul DIMEO / Royaume-Uni

Social change and doping decision-making: Building a conceptual framework and survey development
April HENNING / États-Unis

Psychological aspects of the perception of legitimacy of anti-doping: Systematic review and thematic analysis of the doping literature
Andrea PETROCZI / Royaume-Uni


ACCEPTÉ EN 2015

Enhancing Anti-Doping Education Interventions Using Framed Messages
Lindsay DUNCAN / Canada

From research to application: An evidence-based psychosocial intervention for doping prevention in young athletes
Maria KAVUSSANU / Royaume-Uni

The interactive effects of moral identity and moral disengagement on doping: An experimental investigation
Nicholas STANGER / Royaume-Uni


ACCEPTÉ EN 2014

Designing and Validating Measures of Doping Moral Disengagement and Self-Regulatory Efficacy, and Assessing a Model of Doping Behavior
Ian BOARDLEY / Royaume-Uni

Awareness, perception and attitude to doping and performance-enhancing substance use among athletes in teacher training colleges in Kenya
Janet KAMENJU / Kenya

Doping in Czech adolescents: Prevalence, correlates and experiences
Jiri MUDRAK
 / République Tchèque

Development and Validation of the Adolescent Sport Drug Inventory (ASDI) and Factors that Influence Attitudes among Adolescents
Adam NICHOLLS / Royaume-Uni

A cross-cultural investigation of the effects of coach motivational strategies on athlete doping behaviors: Direct and indirect relations
Nikos NTOUNAMIS / Royaume-Uni


ACCEPTÉ EN 2013

Dire non au dopage : antécédents et modalités de développement des compétences psychosociales (CPS) chez les sportifs de haut-niveau
Dr. Fabienne D'ARRIPE-LONGUEVILLE/ France

Legitimating the fight: Cross cultural perspectives on anti-doping strategies in the Pacific
Dr. James CONNOR / Australie

Développement, implantation, et evaluation de l’impact d’un programme de prevention du dopage sportif
Dr. Claude GOULET/ Canada

Determinants of performance and performance indicators of national anti-doping organizations
Prof. Werner JANN/ Allemagne

A cross-cultural approach to a cross-cultural issue: Psychosocial factors and doping in young athletes.
Dr. Maria KAVUSSANU / Royaume-Uni

Exploring the processes through which personality traits affect doping responses
Dr. Andrew LEVY / Royaume-Uni


 
ACCEPTÉ EN 2012

Precipitating or prohibiting factor? Examining coaches' perspectives of their role in doping and anti-doping
Dr. Justine ALLEN / Royaume-Uni

Sport intensif à l'adolescence : l'apprentissage de la douleur (Intensive sport during adolescence: learning about pain)
Dr. Thomas BUJON / France

A cross-national longitudinal investigation of the contribution of efficacy belief systems and interpersonnal appraisals on doping use in team sports
Dr. Fabio LUCIDI / Italie

Influencing factors of Chinese adolescent athletes' doping intention and strategy of anti-doping education
Dr. MAO ZHIXIONG / Chine

A statistical synthesis of the literature on personal and situational variables that predict doping in physical activity settings
Dr. Nikolaos NTOUMANIS / Royaume-Uni

Nutritional supplement habits and perceptions of athletes with a disability
Dr. Vicky TOLFREY / Royaume-Uni

Analysis of multilevel factors and trnaistions influencing athletes' drug-taking behavior
Dr. Paul WYLLEMAN / Belgique

Effect of the level of physical fitness and game participation on attitudes toward doping of elite U-20 soccer players
Dr. Georgios ZIOGAS / Grèce

Reviewing the social science of drugs in sport: Five years on *
Dr. Susan BACKHOUSE / Royaume-Uni

Why do athletes say NO! to doping: exploring reasons accross sport, age, ethnicity and experience *
Dr. David COLLINS / Royaume-Uni

 

* Dans le cadre du Programme de recherche ciblée


 
ACCEPTÉ EN 2011

Projet de mise en place d’une stratégie de prévention du dopage en milieu scolaire de Côte d’Ivoire
Dr. Dimi Théodore DOUDOU / Côte d’Ivoire

The relationship between mindfulness, psychological well-being, goal orientation and the propensity to use ergogenic aids (legal/illegal)
Dr. Kim NOLTE / Afrique du Sud

Team dynamics and doping behavior in elite athletes: a focus on normative processes
Dr. Haralambos TSORBATZOUDIS / Grèce

Knowledge, attitudes and practices of coaches belonging to different generations in relation to doping behavior of athletes
Dr. Alexander VANKHADLO / Biélorussie

Team dynamics and doping in sport: A risk or a protective factor? *
Dr. Paul DIMEO / Royaume-Uni

 

* Dans le cadre du Programme de recherche ciblée


 
ACCEPTÉ EN 2010

Prévenir le dopage chez les jeunes en France et en Espagne: approche multidimensionnelle des processus de conduites dopantes
Dr. Dominique BODIN / Université de Rennes 2, France

Anti-doping policies and reasons (not) to dope: a need for diversified prevention strategies?)
Dr. Gertrud PFISTER / Université de Copenhague, Danemark

Determinants of intentions for doping in sports in youth: Empirical study and prevention intervention in adolescent athletes (DIDIS-Youth)
Dr. Haralambos TSORBATZOUDIS / University of Thessaloniki, Grèce

A national investigation of psychosocial factors facilitating doping in bodybuilders
Dr. Ian BOARDLEY / Université de Birmingham, Royaume-Uni

Death for performance: What would athletes trade-off for success?
Dr. James CONNOR / Université de New South Wales, Australie

"If everyone is using, shouldn't I?": perceived norms of anabolic androgenic steroid use among high school athletes
Dr. Jules WOOLF / Université de Western Illinois, États-Unis

Doping behaviour, causes and prevention in elite level Kenyan athletes: an empirical investigation
Dr. Paul DIMEO / Université de Stirling, Royaume-Uni (en partenariat avec l'Université de Kenyatta, Kenya)

Le dopage en milieu sportif au Burkina Faso : Causes, Connaissances, Attitudes et Pratiques des principales communautés sportives
Dr. Innocent GUISSOU / Université de Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso

Preventing doping in sport: An investigation of the attitudes and perceived role of high performance coaches
Dr. Aidan MORAN / Université de Dublin, Irelande

Global evaluation of the anti-doping program: proposed by an international federation
Dr. Fabio MANFREDINI / Université de Ferrara, Italie


ACCEPTÉ EN 2009

A qualitative examination of knowledge of doping, and motivations and/or deterrents to dope, among American and Canadian elite female triathletes
Dr. Ted BUTRYN / San Jose State University, États-Unis

The relationship between moral code, participation in sport, and attitudes towards performance enhancing drugs in young people
Dr. James SKINNER/ Griffith University, Australie

The Effect of Negative Health Consequences Information on Likelihood to Use Anabolic Steroids: An International Investigation
Dr. Tonya DODGE / Skidmore College, États-Unis

A study of surroundings influence on attitude towards and behaviour regarding doping among Ukrainian athletes and non-athletes
Dr. Dmitriy BONDAREV, / Sevastopol National Technical University, Ukraine

Markers of transition phases in assisted performance enhancement in emerging young athletes
Dr. Andrea PETROCZI / Kingston University, Royaume-Uni

Learning about psycho-social determinants of doping behaviour through the testimony of sanctioned athletes
Dr Mattia PIFFARETTI / UAC&T Consulting, Suisse

Enhancing coaches’ confidence in confronting athletes who are suspected of doping
Dr Philip SULLIVAN/ Brock University, Canada

Exploring the application of social media in influencing the attitudes and behaviours of young athletes towards doping *
Dr Jon BATTERHAM / Edcoms, Royaume-Uni

A Handbook for the evaluation of anti-doping education programmes *
Dr Barrie HOULIHAN / Loughborough University, Royaume-Uni

 

* Dans le cadre du Programme de recherche ciblée


 
ACCEPTÉ EN 2008

Prevention through Education - A Review of current International Social Science Literature *
Dr. Susan BACKHOUSE / Leeds Metropolitan University, Royaume-Uni

Determinants of Intentions for Doping In Sports
Dr. Haralambos TSORBATZOUDIS / Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Grèce

Doping prevalence among high School students in Ukraine: a study of Knowledge attitudes and behaviour
Dr. Dmitriy BONDAREV / Sevastopol National Technical University, Ukraine

Measurement Tool for estimating the prevalence of doping: development and validation of a self-report measure of performance enhancing drug use *
Dr. Andrea PETROCZI / Kingston University, Royaume-Uni

Under 23 Cyclists' openness to doping: understanding the causes of doping behaviour among American junior road cyclists with professional aspirations
Dr. Brian GILLEY / University of Vermont, États-Unis

Analysis of Knowledge and social awareness of doping and prevention among athletes in CÓRDOBA (Argentina) and the preventative approach
Dr. Elsa Clara CORBELLA / Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, Argentine

A Sociocultural Analysis of Doping and Gender
Dr. Charlene WEAVING / St. Francis Xavier, Canada

Being a fair sportsman: Ethical decision making as a chance for doping prevention?
Dr. Anne-Marie ELBE / University of Copenhagen, Danemark

Incorporating Parents in the Anti-Doping Fight: A Test of the Viability of a Parent-Based Prevention Program *
Dr. Tonya DODGE / Skidmore College, États-Unis

The effects of moral reasoning educational program on the moral judgement indicators of athletes participating in elite collegiate sports
Dr. Amukela GWEBU / University of Iowa, USA

 

* Dans le cadre du Programme de recherche ciblée


ACCEPTÉ EN 2007

Boosting in elite athletes with high spinal cord injury: awareness, knowledge and attitudes of athletes, coaches and trainers
Dr. Yagesh BHAMBHANI / University of Alberta, Canada

Les facteurs psychologiques et sociaux de risque et de protection vis-a-vis du dopage
Dr. Jean BILARD / Université Montpellier 1, France

Medical Doctors and Doping in Sport: Attitudes and Experience in Balkan Region - 8 Countries Study
Dr. Nenad DIKIC / Anti-Doping Agency of Serbia, Serbie

Risk Factors within Doping Behavior Related to Personality Structure and Social Environment of the Athletes
Dr. Graziela VAJIALA / National Anti-Doping Agency of Romania, Roumanie

Compliance to the World Anti-Doping Program: A Status Evaluation of National Sport Organizations in Hong Kong
Dr. Lena FUNG / Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong


ACCEPTÉ EN 2006

International Literature Review: Attitudes, Behaviours, Knowledge and Education – Drugs in Sport: Past, Present and Future
Dr. Susan BACKHOUSE / Leeds Metropolitan University, Royaume-Uni

Parcours de consommation de produits dopants de sportifs appelant un service d’aide téléphonique
Dr. Jean BILARD / Université Montpellier 1, France

Intermediate and high school students' attitudes toward and behavior regarding steroids and sports supplements use: The mediation of clique identity
Dr. Roger REES / Adelphi University, États-Unis

Performance-enhancing drug-use among amateur sportsmen and women in Cameroon: A study of knowledge, attitudes and practices
Dr. Emmanuel Chia KIAWI / African Research Institute for Development (AFRID), Cameroun

Social Psychology within the anti-doping area: baseline statistics and profiles of athlete’s attitude and knowledge
Dr. Ingemar WEDMAN / International Doping Test & Management (IDTM), Suède


ACCEPTÉ EN 2005

The impact of changes to the Prohibited Substance List on use of over-the-counter medication by athletes
Dr. Neil CHESTER / Liverpool John Moores University, Royaume-Uni

The development and validation of a doping attitudes and behaviour scale (DABS)
Dr. Aidan MORAN / University College, Irlande

The relationship between goal orientation and attitudes toward doping in sports. Knowledge about and attitudes toward doping among Polish athletes
Dr. Krzysztof SAS-NOWOSIELSKI / Academy of Physical Education, Pologne

Socialisation secondaire et intériorisation des normes de dopage en cyclisme sur route : le cas de la Belgique, de la France et de la Suisse
Dr. Fabien OHL / Université de Lausanne, Suisse