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Vanessa Lentillon-Kaestner

Vanessa Lentillon-Kaestner
University of Teacher Education, State of Vaud (HEP-VD) · Teaching and Research Unit in Physical Education and Sport (UER-EPS)

PhD

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August 2012 - present
University of Lausanne
Position
  • Research Associate
August 2012 - present
University of Teacher Education, State of Vaud (HEP-VD)
Position
  • Professor (Full)
Description
  • Co-education in Physical education Assessment procedure in Physical education Students' fitness condition Teaching conceptions in physical education Eating disorders among males Doping prevention
August 2006 - July 2012
University of Lausanne
Position
  • post-doctorate researcher
Description
  • doping behaviors in cycling and amateur sport eating disorders in sport

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Publications (103)
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Teaching is a demanding job and the aim of the present study was to explore the emotional experiences and well-being levels (burnout and vigour) of Physical Education (PE) student teachers in comparison with student teachers of other subjects. In all, 167 student teachers (99 in PE and 68 in other subjects) described two significant professional ne...
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Introduction Rousselet et al. (2017) ont relié désordres alimentaires et dopage. Mais peu de choses sont connues sur les liens entre la régulation des comportements alimentaires (CA) et la susceptibilité de se doper dans le sport et sur les mécanismes psychologiques qui soustendent cette association. La théorie de l’autodétermination (TAD) semble ê...
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Purpose: Jigsaw is a popular cooperative method, but its effect on students’ motivation in physical education (PE) remains uncertain. The purpose of this study was to estimate this Jigsaw effect and to explore whether the type of sport taught in PE modified this effect. Method: Overall, 136 middle-school students participated in two PE sequences in...
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Cet article présente deux dispositifs innovants proposant des apprentissages interdisciplinaires en mathématiques et en éducation physique, en prenant appui sur des outils numériques. Tandis que « Learn-O » vise à utiliser l’énergie physique des élèves pour amplifier leur motivation scolaire et ancrer les apprentissages, grâce au dispositif « Play-...
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This study aimed to explore the longitudinal trajectories of teacher burnout and vigour across the school year and whether teacher emotional intelligence (EI) at the beginning of the school year would predict membership in the trajectories. A sample of 311 school teachers (Mage = 42.40 years ± 9.64 years, aged: 24–61) reported their burnout and vig...
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This article focuses on two popular sports that can put male athletes at risk of developing an eating disorder: bodybuilding and running. Bodybuilders concentrate on gaining muscle mass and runners on leaning body mass. Based on the trans-contextual model of motivation, this study aimed to better understand the psychological mechanisms underlying e...
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Based on the framework of interest, researchers make a difference between the psychological state of interest and the stable trait of interest (Harackiewicz & Knogler, 2017). Viewed as a psychological state, situational interest is characterized by increased attention, concentration and affect experienced in a particular moment. In contrast, indivi...
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Purpose: Cooperation and competition are two elements explaining the motivation for adolescents to engage in exergame play within a social environment. Experimental results have suggested that exergames involving inter-team competition may elicit greater psychosocial and physiological benefits than single-player exergames (Moss et al., 2018). Howev...
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Grounded in SDT, several studies have highlighted the role of teachers’ motivating and demoti-vating styles for students’ motivation, learning, and physical activity in physical education (PE). However, most of these studies focused on a restricted number of motivating strategies (e.g., of-fering choice) or dimensions (e.g., autonomy support). Rece...
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Si plusieurs études ont montré un effet positif des jeux vidéo actifs (JVA) sur la motivation et l’activité physique des adolescents lors d’affrontements en un contre un par rapport à un jeu seul, très peu de recherches se sont intéressées au mode multi-joueurs avec affrontements inter-équipes. Le récent dispositif Play Lü propose justement un mode...
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Both doping (e.g., Hodge et al., 2013 Hodge, K., Hargreaves, E. A., Gerrard, D. F., & Lonsdale, C. (2013). Psychological mechanisms underlying doping attitudes in sport: Motivation and moral disengagement. Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 35, 419-432.[Crossref], [PubMed], [Web of Science ®] , [Google Scholar]) and eating behaviours (e.g.,...
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Identifying the specificity of students’ individual interest in physical education is necessary to capture the different facets of this construct. In contrast to existing questionnaires in education which assess the multidimensionality of individual interest, the current scale used in physical education consists of a single‐item measurement which r...
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ABSTRACT Based on previous research and the limitations of existing questionnaires on teachers’ value orientations (VOs), the purpose of this study was to develop and provide validity evidence of two French-language versions of a physical education (PE) teachers’ VO questionnaire (OVEPS). The two versions are based on a model of 3 VOs (i.e., motor...
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L’étude TIMOTÉ (presTIge, Motivation et attractiviTÉ), a permis d’appréhender les représentations diverses du métier d’enseignant.e d’EPS grâce à une approche historique (couvrant la période de 1981 à nos jours) et une approche psycho- sociale (analysant les représentations sociales des lycéen.ne.s et validant un outil de mesure de l’Identité profe...
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Cet article porte sur l'utilisation de la méthode d'apprentissage coopératif, le Jigsaw en éducation physique et sportive. En s'appuyant sur les apports des recherches antérieures, l'objectif de cet article est d'étayer en quoi la méthode Jigsaw peut être une approche intéressante en éducation physique et sportive. À ce jour, seulement cinq études...
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En éducation physique, comme ailleurs, nous avons souvent tendance à nous appuyer sur des pratiques que nous connaissons bien et qui fonctionnent. Cet ouvrage collectif permet de sortir du quotidien de nos classes et de penser autrement en éducation physique. Basé sur des études récentes, il propose des réflexions et des exemples de pratiques innov...
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Background: The drive for muscularity behaviors are very common in male athletes, especially in male bodybuilders. Studies have related drive for muscularity behaviors to body dissatisfaction, eating disorders and muscle dysmorphia. Methods: This study applied the trans-contextual model of motivation to the drive for muscularity behaviors of mal...
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Le but de cette étude quasi-expérimentale était de tester les effets de deux conditions d’utilisation de feedbacks vidéo (FBV) (avec et sans commentaires de l’enseignant) sur les différentes dimensions de l’intérêt en situation (IS). Ces deux groupes sont comparés à un groupe contrôle qui reçoit uniquement des feedbacks verbaux sans vidéo. L'échant...
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The present study focused on researches using both psychological and physiological measurements in the context of physical education with a self‐determination framework. A total of 28 studies were selected and analysed using types of measurements and their relations. This literature review was conducted to (1) establish the state of the art of exis...
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Although many studies in physical education and in gymnastics have revealed the positive impact of video feedback on students’ motivation, no study has considered the effects of video feedback use on students’ situational interest. However, situational interest (SI) is typically viewed as a powerful motivator for students when they are engaged in a...
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Background: A student’s choice to engage in a learning task is highly related to the student’s environmental stimuli and his or her perception of interest. From this perspective, the construct of situational interest (SI) has been used to interpret students’ motivation in task engagement. SI is assumed to be transitory, environmentally activated, a...
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Situational interest (SI) has been conceptualized in physical education (PE) as a multidimensional construct including five dimensions: instant enjoyment, exploration intention, attention demand, novelty and challenge. Consistent with Ding, Sun and Chen (2013), who argued for the need ‘to develop cross-culture models to examine the universality of...
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Au regard du maintien des inégalités entre les filles et les garçons en classes d’éducation physique et sportive (EPS), la séparation des sexes au sein des classes est une stratégie parfois utilisée par des enseignants et enseignantes dans différents pays. C’est notamment le cas en Suisse romande où l’enseignement de l’EPS au collège rassemble des...
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The purpose of this study was to develop and examine the psychometric properties of a Questionnaire on Perceived Professional Identity among Teachers (QIPPE), including three individual components (i.e., subject matter, didactical and pedagogical expertise) in the definition of teachers’ professional identity. This study involved three steps: the d...
Conference Paper
Face au maintien des inégalités entre les sexes au sein des établissements scolaires, l’école est embarrassée par la mixité. En cours d’éducation physique et sportive (EPS), la mise en place de cours séparés est considérée, dans certains pays, comme une « nouvelle option éducative ». Des synthèses réalisées sur l’efficacité de la non-mixité ont tou...
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Face au maintien des inégalités entre les sexes, le retour de la non-mixité au sein des classes est une perspective discutée et envisagée dans certains pays comme une « nouvelle option éducative ». En EPS, face à la domination des garçons en contexte mixte, la non-mixité est une stratégie parfois utilisée par des enseignant(e)s. Toutefois, les synt...
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Le but de cette étude quasi-expérimentale est de tester les effets de deux conditions d'utilisation de feedbacks vidéo (FBV) (avec et sans commentaires de l'enseignant) sur les différentes dimensions de l'intérêt en situation (IS). Ces deux groupes sont comparés à un groupe contrôle qui reçoit uniquement des feedbacks verbaux sans vidéo. L'échantil...
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La notation en milieu scolaire et plus spécifiquement en éducation physique fait débat. Or ce débat est souvent idéologique sans réel fondement scientifique. Si les études sur la notation foisonnent, celles sur l’absence de notation et ses effets sur les enseignants ou les élèves, en particulier en éducation physique, restent lacunaires. Cet ouvrag...
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À une échelle internationale, la question du genre à l’école est devenue un « thème crucial » (Rapport Eurydice, 2010, p. 3). Nous assistons depuis quelques années à un retour en force de la non mixité à l’école (Williams, 2010). Aux États- Unis, depuis le vote de la « Single Sex Regulation » en 2006, le nombre d’écoles non mixtes a connu une forte...
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The purpose of this paper was to adapt and examine the psychometric properties of a French-language Drive for Muscularity Scale (DMS). First, a preliminary version of the scale, based on both the English-language version of the DMS and the literature on the drive for muscularity, was developed following a committee validation process. Second, the f...
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Data sample among participants of studies 1 and 2. Data used for the realization of the different analyses. (XLSX)
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This study investigated eating and deviant behaviors in bodybuilders according to their competitive engagement. Semi-structured interviews were conducted with 16 bodybuilders of different skill levels. Results revealed that dietary strategies and deviations (e.g., disordered eating, doping use, addictive training) developed with competitive commitm...
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The purpose of the present study was to develop a reliable and psychometrically sound French questionnaire related to the expectancy-value theory in physical education. Four stages were followed: (1) the development of a preliminary version based on the findings of a literature review on expectancy-value and a committee process validation; (2) a 1s...
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The Effect of Alternating Grouping Forms on the Pleasure Felt in Physical and Sports Education The aim of this study was to estimate the effects of the alternation of homogeneous ability groups (ability-based groups) and heterogeneous groups (traditional mixed ability classes) on the pleasure felt by students in physical education. A total of 202 s...
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En EPS, la question d’un enseignement mixte ou non occupe une place importante et fréquemment débattue. A une échelle internationale, « physical education remains the subject in coeducational schools that is most likely to be delivered in gender segregated sessions » (Hills & Croston, 2012, p. 591). En plaçant le corps des élèves au centre des appr...
Conference Paper
Defined in the physical education (PE) context as “the appealing effect of the characteristics of an activity on an individual” (Chen et al., 2006), situational interest (SI) has been used to interpret motivation in task engagement (Renninger & Hidi, 2016). SI has been conceptualized as a multidimensional construct including five dimensions: instan...
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Carried out in the context of a PEERS project between Lausanne and Barcelona, the aim of this study was to compare the place of gender stereotypes among young pupils educated in Swiss and Spanish schools. These stereotypes were measured in relation to sporting activities (football and dance) and in relation to toys (dolls and toy cars). Questionnai...
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The increased availability and development of technologies in physical education (PE) gave teachers the opportunity to enhance teaching and learning, providing motivating and innovative experiences for students (Casey, Goodyear & Armour, 2017). One of the most common technology used during PE lessons is video feedback. Although many studies in PE h...
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Should boys and girls be in the same classroom? In some countries, a return to single-sex groups within school establishments is a prospect discussed, considered and already put in place because of continued inequity between the sexes. In physical and sports education (PSE), the question of separation of boys and girls in the classroom is widely de...
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En EPS, la question des filles et leur engagement au sein des leçons continuent d’être considérés comme un « challenge » par les enseignants. Moins investies et plus souvent absentes, les filles obtiennent en moyenne des résultats inférieurs à ceux des garçons en EPS. En donnant la parole aux adolescentes, ce travail a souhaité revenir sur les expé...
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Peu utilisée en France, la séparation des sexes au sein des cours d’EPS est une stratégie discutée et privilégiée dans d’autres pays. Parfois envisagée comme une nouvelle forme d’éducation, parfois décrite comme une menace pour l’égalité des sexes, la non-mixité interroge. Que devient alors le genre ? Comment évoluent les stéréotypes ? Retour sur u...
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Face au maintien des inégalités entre les sexes et autres stéréotypes de genre présents dans les établissements scolaires, l’école continue d’être « embarrassée par la mixité » (Dubet, 2010, p. 78). Critiquée en tant que principe pédagogique, la mixité est remise en question dans certains pays (e.g., Australie, Canada, Corée du Sud, Etats-Unis) où...
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L’engagement émotionnel, qui correspond aux réactions positives ou négatives des élèves vis-à-vis de l’Ecole, des enseignants et des leçons, a été appréhendé au travers de l’intérêt des élèves et des valeurs qu’ils attribuent au système scolaire et aux situations d’apprentissage, selon Fredericks, Blumenfeld et Paris (2004). Les concepts d’intérêt...
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The purpose of this study was to estimate the main and interaction effects of grouping forms, student gender and ability level on the pleasure experienced in physical education (PE). The participants included 178 secondary school students (M = 13.17, SD = 81), with 72 students enrolled in a basketball unit and 106 students enrolled in an endurance...
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Background Doping substances are those thought to increase athletic performance, enhance image, or overcome the effects of ageing. This study aims to evaluate the profiles of people and the reasons for importing substances appearing on the World Anti-Doping Agency Prohibited List into Switzerland, which is illegal under Swiss law. Methods A survey...
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Eating Disorders and Fitness Sports This study aimed at a better understanding of the role of fitness sports in the development of eating disorders (ED) among women, using a dual—qualitative and quantitative—approach. A total of 1,270 participants responded to a questionnaire, and 25 women with clinical ED were interviewed. The results showed a tot...
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Face aux inégalités persistantes entre les filles et les garçons au sein des établissements scolaires, le récent rapport du Conseil de l'Europe (2015) rappelle l’importance pour les enseignants et les formateurs de lutter contre les stéréotypes de genre à l’école. Susceptibles de limiter la réussite scolaire, personnelle et professionnelle des élèv...
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Face au maintien des inégalités entre les sexes à l’école, le retour de la non-mixité au sein des établissements scolaires est une perspective envisagée et déjà mise en place dans certains pays. Cette revue de littérature a pour objectif de synthétiser les connais- sances actuelles à propos de la séparation des sexes à l’école. Elle évoque tout d’a...
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Le but de cette etude est d’apprehender les effets du mode de communication de l’evaluation sommative (note certificative, note non certificative, pas de note) en education physique et sportive (EPS) sur deux facteurs psychologiques associes a l’apprentissage : la perception du soutien de l’enseignant et la competence percue dans l’activite physiqu...
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This study was a preliminarily investigation into the prevention of unintentional doping on the basis of self-determination theory (SDT). Specifically, we examined the relationship between athletes' motives for doping avoidance and their behavior when offered an unfamiliar food product. Participants were young Australian athletes (n = 410) that wer...
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This retrospective study evaluates the content, the destination and the source of 960 postal items seized by the Swiss customs authorities at the Swiss border between 2013 and 2014. The packages were seized because they contained at least one prohibited doping product as identified by the Swiss law on encouraging sports and physical activity. A tot...
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Aim Based on the theory of labelling, this paper sought to better understand doping norms in Swiss national and international elite cycling. Methods The investigation was based on 16 semi-structured interviews conducted in 2007 with eight active Swiss national and international elite cyclists and other people involved in cycling (coaches, physicia...
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We applied the strength-energy model of self-control to understand the relationship between self-control and young athletes’ behavioral responses to taking illegal performance-enhancing substances or ‘doping’. Measures of trait self-control, attitude and intention toward doping, and doping avoidant intention and behavioral adherence were administer...
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Elite athletes' beliefs about, and attitudes toward, taking banned performance-enhancing substances were explored in 8 focus-group discussions with 57 athletes from 7 different sports. Discussion was initiated by 3 broad open-ended questions pertaining to 3 important themes likely to affect beliefs and attitudes toward banned performance-enhancing...
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Concerns about muscle development are important in the elaboration “General body appearance dissatisfaction of body image” for males: for men, the ideal body is lean and muscular. In a recent study, 85% of French men reported being dissatisfied with their muscle mass. The purpose of this study was to explore the psychometric properties (factor stru...
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Objectives Motivation in sport has been frequently identified as a key factor of young athletes’ intention of doping in sport, but there has not been any attempt in scrutinising the motivational mechanism involved. The present study applied the trans-contextual model of motivation to explain the relationship between motivation in a sport context an...
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Objectives This study examined the modal salient behavioral, normative, and control beliefs within the theory of planned behavior (TPB) in the context of anti-doping in sport. We tested the efficacy of four hypothesized expectancy-value models as predictors of the directly-measured social-cognitive components of the TPB toward doping avoidance: att...
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The validity of the 34-item and shortened versions of the Body Shape Questionnaire (BSQ) has been evaluated in various languages. To date, only the validity of the 34-item French BSQ scale has been tested in a nonclinical sample. This study assessed the reliability and validity of the 34-item French BSQ and 7 shortened versions in clinical and nonc...
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The objective of this article is to understand how the specific interactions between actors involved in the production of performance influence the socialization process by which cyclists learn their job. In particular, we try to understand how these interactions determine the reported attitudes towards doping products and methods. We focused on th...
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The literature shows that some sports, such as aesthetic sports, weight division sports, endurance sports and sports with vertical moves, are associated with a higher risk of developing eating disorders (EDs). Studies about EDs in fitness activities are rare. The purpose of this chapter is to improve the understanding of the role of fitness classes...
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Research conducted outside of the sports context has shown higher risk for all injuries (e.g., intentional injuries, injured drivers, fatal and non-fatal injuries) among persons with risk-taking behaviors (e.g., cannabis use, alcohol consumption). The purpose of this study was to investigate whether: (1) risk-taking behaviors, such as alcohol, cann...
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Questionnaires are used in the majority of the studies on doping prevalence in sport. Nevertheless, prevalence is not easy to evaluate and previous epidemiologic studies demonstrated a wide variance. This variance has mostly been explained by sample differences. The way to evaluate doping prevalence in the survey is questioned in this paper. A ques...
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In 1998, the Festina scandal at the Tour de France provided the first proof of widespread doping in professional cycling. This doping scandal marked the end of team-organized doping in professional cycling and ushered in a new period marked by the increasing implementation of anti-doping measures. This article evaluates the impact of the anti-dopin...
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The protection of the health of athletes is one of the three criteria taken into account when registering a substance in the World Anti-Doping Agency prohibited list. Nevertheless, in elite-level cycling, banned substance use is widespread. The present research adopted a psychological approach to examine how or whether perceived health risks influe...
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The purpose of this study is to better understand how cyclists appropriate the "culture of doping" during their sports career. The entry in the professional environment seems to be a key moment in the development of doping practices. While