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The social-cognitive mechanisms regulating adolescents' use of doping substances
Abstract In this study, we assessed the longitudinal effects of social-cognitive mechanisms on the self-reported use of doping substances and supplements among Italian high school students. In total,Expand
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The contribution of interpersonal appraisals to a social-cognitive analysis of adolescents' doping use
Abstract Objectives The study aimed at extending the general finding from prior research, that adolescents' intentions to use and actual use of doping substances are influenced by a set of beliefsExpand
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Doping use in sport teams: the development and validation of measures of team-based efficacy beliefs and moral disengagement from a cross-national perspective.
Abstract Objectives The main goal of this research focused on the development and validation of three instruments designed to assess athletes' self-regulatory efficacy in team contexts, teamExpand
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The Relationships Among Adolescents’ Drive for Muscularity, Drive for Thinness, Doping Attitudes, and Doping Intentions
This study examined the relative ways in which muscularity and thinness concerns longitudinally influence adolescents’ intentions to use doping substances. It was hypothesized that muscularity andExpand
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Personality and attitudes as predictors of risky driving among older drivers.
Although there are several studies on the effects of personality and attitudes on risky driving among young drivers, related research in older drivers is scarce. The present study assessed a model ofExpand
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Sleep-related car crashes: risk perception and decision-making processes in young drivers.
The aim of the present study is to analyse factors affecting worries, coping strategies and decisions of young drivers regarding the risk of sleep-related car crashes. Furthermore, the study alsoExpand
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Moral Attitudes Predict Cheating and Gamesmanship Behaviors Among Competitive Tennis Players
Background: The present study tested Lee et al.’s (2008) model of moral attitudes and cheating behavior in sports in an Italian sample of young tennis players and extended it to predict behavior inExpand
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Self-efficacy for Coping Moderates the Effects of Distress on Quality of Life in Palliative Cancer Care.
Recent aggressive chemotherapeutic and combined treatments have resulted in increased survivorship for advanced stage breast cancer. In some patients, treatment produces an actual abatement of theirExpand
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Perfectionism mediates the relationship between insomnia and depressive symptoms
Empirical evidence indicates that persistent insomnia is a risk factor for developing depression. A personal variable shown to be related to both insomnia and depressive symptoms is perfectionism.Expand
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Doping Attitudes and the Use of Legal and Illegal Performance-Enhancing Substances Among Italian Adolescents
Using retrospective self-reporting, rates of illegal and legal performance-enhancing substance (PES) use in the past three months among more than 3,400 Italian high school adolescents were obtainedExpand
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