High-Dose Anabolic Steroids in Strength Athletes: Effects upon Hostility and Aggression

  title={High-Dose Anabolic Steroids in Strength Athletes: Effects upon Hostility and Aggression},
  author={P Y Choi and Andrew C. Parrott and David A Cowan},
  • P Y Choi, Andrew C. Parrott, David A Cowan
  • Published 1990
  • Psychology
  • Six male strength athletes, three illicit anabolic steroid users and three non-steroid users were monitored over several months as they underwent normal training and competition routines. Subjects completed the Profile of Mood States (POMS) questionnaire, Buss-Durke Hostility Inventory and the Rosenweig Picture Frustration Test on four occasions: two on-drug periods and two off-drug periods for the steroid users and equivalent test periods for the non-users. Steroid presence was monitored… CONTINUE READING

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