SOCIAL COHESION AND PEER ACCEPTANCE PREDICT STUDENT-ATHLETES’ ATTITUDES TOWARD HEALTH-RISK BEHAVIORS: A WITHIN- AND BETWEEN-GROUP INVESTIGATION

Maintaining motivation and health among recreational runners: panel study of factors associated with self-rated performance outcomes at competitions
14 juillet 2019

SOCIAL COHESION AND PEER ACCEPTANCE PREDICT STUDENT-ATHLETES’ ATTITUDES TOWARD HEALTH-RISK BEHAVIORS: A WITHIN- AND BETWEEN-GROUP INVESTIGATION

Collegiate student-athletes often engage in health-risk behaviors such as alcohol misuse and hazing, but the literature in this domain lacks evidence pertaining to how peers shape attitudes towards such behaviors. We investigated how peer acceptance and social cohesion relate to attitudes towards alcohol use, marijuana use, drinking and driving, playing through a concussion, performance enhancing substance use, and hazing.

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