alexa Investigation of the Attitudes of Japanese Physical Educational University Students toward Doping in Sports

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Investigation of the Attitudes of Japanese Physical Educational University Students toward Doping in Sports

Drug abuse, most notably Anabolic-Androgenic Steroid (AAS) use, in athletes is thought to be widespread. In Japan also few drug abusers and persons who express acceptance of drug abuse in sports are known. We investigated the state of drug abuse and attitudes toward drug abuse in sports in a Japanese physical education university from the viewpoint of anti-doping. The study sample consists of students attending a physical educational university in Japan. An anonymous self-completed questionnaire was given out in two classes at the beginning of the semester from 2008 until 2012, inclusive. The questionnaire consists 5 sections covering responder’s drug use, attitudes toward doping, a hypothetical situation on an athlete’s drug use, dietary supplements, and what the responder eats or drinks before playing a game.

 

Investigation of the Attitudes of Japanese Physical Educational University Students toward Doping in Sports

 
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