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Effect of implicit theories on judgement of cheating acceptability in physical education: The mediating role of achievement goals
Abstract We tested a hypothetical model that examined both the effects of implicit theories of ability on the judgement of cheating acceptability in a physical education context and the mediatingExpand
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“It’s Not My Fault; It’s Not Serious”: Athlete Accounts of Moral Disengagement in Competitive Sport
This study was designed to assess athletes’ use of moral disengagement in competitive sport. We conducted semistructured interviews with 24 elite male and female athletes in basketball and taekwondo.Expand
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Aging stereotypes and active lifestyle: Personal correlates of stereotype internalization and relationships with level of physical activity among older adults
Objectives : The goal of this study was to identify the personal correlates (openness to experience and implicit theories of ability) of internalization of aging stereotypes and its relationshipsExpand
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Development and Validation of the French Achievement Goals Questionnaire for Sport and Exercise (FAGQSE)
Recently, Elliot and Murayama (2008) pointed out a number of theoretical and methodological shortcomings among the instruments assumed to measure achievement goals. This research aimed to develop andExpand
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Sociocognitive self-regulatory mechanisms governing judgments of the acceptability and likelihood of sport cheating.
This study extends previous psychosocial literature (Bandura et al., 2001, 2003) by examining a structural model of the self-regulatory mechanisms governing the acceptability and likelihood ofExpand
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Development and validation of the aging stereotypes and exercise scale.
This article presents the development and validation of the aging stereotypes and exercise scale (ASES), which measures different dimensions of aging stereotypes in the exercise domain. Drawing onExpand
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Development and Validation of the Cancer Exercise Stereotypes Scale
The objective of this study was to develop and validate a French-language questionnaire measuring stereotypes related to exercise in cancer patients: The Cancer Exercise Stereotypes Scale (CESS).Expand
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Development and validation of the French Self‐Regulatory Eating Attitude in Sports Scale
In this study, the French Self‐Regulatory Eating Attitude in Sports Scale (SREASS) was developed and then validated. Five subscales measure the control of eating attitude in contexts of: (a) foodExpand
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Effects of achievement goals on female aesthetic athletes' disordered eating attitudes.
Summary Objective This study examined how achievement goals are related to athletes’ eating disorders. Method The sample consisted of 196 female adolescents involved in aesthetic sports at an eliteExpand
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Self-Regulatory Mechanisms of Doping Intentions in Elite Athletes: The Role of Self-Determined Motivation in Sport
Objective: Although research on the personal and psychosocial predictors of doping has been extensive, the factors related to the socio-cognitive self-regulatory mechanisms of doping remainExpand
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