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Ego orientation is related to doping likelihood via sport supplement use and sport supplement beliefs.

Philip Hurst, Christopher Ring, Maria Kavussanu,

<b>ABSTRACT</b>A growing body of evidence suggests sport supplement use is positively related to doping likelihood, both directly and indirectly via beliefs that sport supplements are effective for improving performance. However, it is unclear what leads an athlete to use sport supplements and whether such factors play a role in the ... Read more >>

Eur J Sport Sci (European journal of sport science)
[2021, :1-9]

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Prefrontal Cortex Oxygenation During Endurance Performance: A Systematic Review of Functional Near-Infrared Spectroscopy Studies.

Jonas De Wachter, Matthias Proost, Jelle Habay, Matthias Verstraelen, Jesús Díaz-García, Philip Hurst, Romain Meeusen, Jeroen Van Cutsem, Bart Roelands,

<b>Introduction:</b> A myriad of factors underlie pacing-/exhaustion-decisions that are made during whole-body endurance performance. The prefrontal cortex (PFC) is a brain region that is crucial for decision-making, planning, and attention. PFC oxygenation seems to be a mediating factor of performance decisions during endurance performance. Nowadays, there is no general overview ... Read more >>

Front Physiol (Frontiers in physiology)
[2021, 12:761232]

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A Moral Intervention Reduces Doping Likelihood in British and Greek Athletes: Evidence From a Cluster Randomized Control Trial.

Maria Kavussanu, Philip Hurst, Mariya Yukhymenko-Lescroart, Evangelos Galanis, Ailish King, Antonis Hatzigeorgiadis, Christopher Ring,

<h4>Objectives</h4>The authors aimed to develop a moral intervention and to determine whether it was more effective in preventing doping than an educational (i.e., knowledge-based) intervention; their primary outcome was doping likelihood, and the secondary outcomes were moral identity, moral disengagement, moral atmosphere, and anticipated guilt.<h4>Methods</h4>Eligible athletes (N = 303) in the ... Read more >>

J Sport Exerc Psychol (Journal of sport & exercise psychology)
[2020, 43(2):125-139]

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Athletes using ergogenic and medical sport supplements report more favourable attitudes to doping than non-users.

Philip Hurst, Christopher Ring, Maria Kavussanu,

<h4>Objectives</h4>Our study objectives were twofold: 1) examine whether users and non-users of different types of sport supplements vary in doping attitudes and sport supplement beliefs, and 2) determine whether the type of sport supplement is directly and indirectly (via sport supplement beliefs) related to doping attitudes.<h4>Design</h4>Cross-sectional survey.<h4>Methods</h4>Athletes (N=557; 77% male, ... Read more >>

J Sci Med Sport (Journal of science and medicine in sport)
[2021, 24(3):307-311]

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The Placebo Effect in Sport: How Practitioners Can Inject Words to Improve Performance.

Bart Roelands, Philip Hurst,

Int J Sports Physiol Perform (International journal of sports physiology and performance)
[2020, 15(6):765-766]

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No Differences Between Beetroot Juice and Placebo on Competitive 5-km Running Performance: A Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Trial.

Philip Hurst, Samantha Saunders, Damian Coleman,

The authors examine the effect of an acute dose of beetroot juice on endurance running performance in "real-world" competitive settings. In total, 70 recreational runners (mean ± SD: age = 33.3 ± 12.3 years, training history = 11.9 ± 8.1 years, and hours per week training = 5.9 ± 3.5) completed a ... Read more >>

Int J Sport Nutr Exerc Metab (International journal of sport nutrition and exercise metabolism)
[2020, 30(4):295-300]

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Can taste be ergogenic?

Russ Best, Kerin McDonald, Philip Hurst, Craig Pickering,

Taste is a homeostatic function that conveys valuable information, such as energy density, readiness to eat, or toxicity of foodstuffs. Taste is not limited to the oral cavity but affects multiple physiological systems. In this review, we outline the ergogenic potential of substances that impart bitter, sweet, hot and cold ... Read more >>

Eur J Nutr (European journal of nutrition)
[2021, 60(1):45-54]

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Improved 1000-m Running Performance and Pacing Strategy With Caffeine and Placebo: A Balanced Placebo Design Study.

Philip Hurst, Lieke Schipof-Godart, Florentina Hettinga, Bart Roelands, Chris Beedie,

<h4>Purpose</h4>To investigate the placebo effect of caffeine on pacing strategy and performance over 1000-m running time trials using a balanced placebo design.<h4>Methods</h4>Eleven well-trained male middle-distance athletes performed seven 1000-m time trials (1 familiarization, 2 baseline, and 4 experimental). Experimental trials consisted of the administration of 4 randomized treatments: informed caffeine/received ... Read more >>

Int J Sports Physiol Perform (International journal of sports physiology and performance)
[2019, :1-6]

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Children Have an Increased Risk of Periorbital Dog Bite Injuries.

Philip J Hurst, Marcus Ji Hoon Hwang, Thomas B Dodson, Jasjit K Dillon,

PURPOSE:Dog bites to the head, neck, and face (HNF) disproportionately affect children. It is unclear if specific facial regions are uniquely at risk in this population. Both the periorbital region and the central target area (CTA; nose, lips, and cheeks) have been proposed as being at increased risk. This study ... Read more >>

J Oral Maxillofac Surg (Journal of oral and maxillofacial surgery : official journal of the American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons)
[2020, 78(1):91-100]

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The Placebo and Nocebo effect on sports performance: A systematic review.

Philip Hurst, Lieke Schipof-Godart, Attila Szabo, John Raglin, Florentina Hettinga, Bart Roelands, Andrew Lane, Abby Foad, Damian Coleman, Chris Beedie,

The aim of this review was to determine the magnitude of the placebo and nocebo effect on sport performance. Articles published before March 2019 were located using Medline, Web of Science, PubMed, EBSCO, Science Direct, and Scopus. Studies that examined placebo and nocebo effects of an objective dependent variable on ... Read more >>

Eur J Sport Sci (European journal of sport science)
[2020, 20(3):279-292]

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Sport supplement use predicts doping attitudes and likelihood via sport supplement beliefs.

Philip Hurst, Maria Kavussanu, Ian Boardley, Christopher Ring,

The aim of this study was to examine: 1) whether sport supplement use is related to doping and 2) whether sport supplement beliefs mediated this relationship. In Study 1, athletes (<i>N</i> = 598), completed measures of sport supplement use, sport supplement beliefs, and doping attitudes. In Study 2, athletes (<i>N</i> = 475) ... Read more >>

J Sports Sci (Journal of sports sciences)
[2019, 37(15):1734-1740]

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Consensus statement on placebo effects in sports and exercise: The need for conceptual clarity, methodological rigour, and the elucidation of neurobiological mechanisms.

Christopher Beedie, Fabrizio Benedetti, Diletta Barbiani, Eleanora Camerone, Emma Cohen, Damian Coleman, Arran Davis, Charlotte Elsworth-Edelsten, Elliott Flowers, Abby Foad, Simon Harvey, Florentina Hettinga, Philip Hurst, Andrew Lane, Jacob Lindheimer, John Raglin, Bart Roelands, Lieke Schiphof-Godart, Attila Szabo,

In June 2017 a group of experts in anthropology, biology, kinesiology, neuroscience, physiology, and psychology convened in Canterbury, UK, to address questions relating to the placebo effect in sport and exercise. The event was supported exclusively by Quality Related (QR) funding from the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE). ... Read more >>

Eur J Sport Sci (European journal of sport science)
[2018, 18(10):1383-1389]

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Athletes Intending to Use Sports Supplements Are More Likely to Respond to a Placebo.

Philip Hurst, Abby Foad, Damian Coleman, Chris Beedie,

<h4>Purpose</h4>We investigated associations between athletes' use of sport supplements and their responsiveness to placebo and nocebo interventions.<h4>Methods</h4>Participants (n = 627) reported their intention to use, and actual use of, sport supplements. They then completed a 5 × 20 m repeat sprint protocol in the baseline condition, before being randomized to ... Read more >>

Med Sci Sports Exerc (Medicine and science in sports and exercise)
[2017, 49(9):1877-1883]

Cited: 9 times

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Portable Device for Measuring Breath Acetone Based on Sample Preconcentration and Cavity Enhanced Spectroscopy.

Thomas P J Blaikie, John Couper, Gus Hancock, Philip L Hurst, Robert Peverall, Graham Richmond, Grant A D Ritchie, David Taylor, Kevin Valentine,

A portable and compact device is demonstrated for measuring acetone in breath samples. The device features a 7 cm long high finesse optical cavity as an optical sensor that is coupled to a miniature adsorption preconcentrator containing 0.5 g of polymer material. Acetone is trapped out of breath and released ... Read more >>

Anal Chem (Analytical chemistry)
[2016, 88(22):11016-11021]

Cited: 3 times

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Capitalizing on the Placebo Component of Treatments.

Chris Beedie, Abby Foad, Philip Hurst,

A placebo treatment is traditionally administered in a double-blind randomized controlled trial to control for the "real" effects of the treatment under investigation. In the present article, a broader view of the placebo is proposed, one in which the idea of a potentially "useable" placebo component of a sports or ... Read more >>

Curr Sports Med Rep (Current sports medicine reports)
[2015, 14(4):284-287]

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Recommendations for managing missing data, attrition and response shift in palliative and end-of-life care research: part of the MORECare research method guidance on statistical issues.

Nancy J Preston, Peter Fayers, Stephen J Walters, Mark Pilling, Gunn E Grande, Vicky Short, Eleanor Owen-Jones, Catherine J Evans, Hamid Benalia, Irene J Higginson, Chris J Todd, ,

<h4>Background</h4>Statistical analysis in palliative and end-of-life care research can be problematic due to high levels of missing data, attrition and response shift as disease progresses.<h4>Aim</h4>To develop recommendations about managing missing data, attrition and response shift in palliative and end-of-life care research data.<h4>Design</h4>We used the MORECare Transparent Expert Consultation approach to ... Read more >>

Palliat Med (Palliative medicine)
[2013, 27(10):899-907]

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The selection and use of outcome measures in palliative and end-of-life care research: the MORECare International Consensus Workshop.

Catherine J Evans, Hamid Benalia, Nancy J Preston, Gunn Grande, Marjolein Gysels, Vicky Short, Barbara A Daveson, Claudia Bausewein, Chris Todd, Irene J Higginson, ,

<h4>Context</h4>A major barrier to widening and sustaining palliative care service provision is the requirement for better selection and use of outcome measures. Service commissioning is increasingly based on patient, carer, and service outcomes as opposed to service activity.<h4>Objectives</h4>To generate recommendations and consensus for research in palliative and end-of-life care on ... Read more >>

J Pain Symptom Manage (Journal of pain and symptom management)
[2013, 46(6):925-937]

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Evaluating complex interventions in end of life care: the MORECare statement on good practice generated by a synthesis of transparent expert consultations and systematic reviews.

Irene J Higginson, Catherine J Evans, Gunn Grande, Nancy Preston, Myfanwy Morgan, Paul McCrone, Penney Lewis, Peter Fayers, Richard Harding, Matthew Hotopf, Scott A Murray, Hamid Benalia, Marjolein Gysels, Morag Farquhar, Chris Todd, ,

<h4>Background</h4>Despite being a core business of medicine, end of life care (EoLC) is neglected. It is hampered by research that is difficult to conduct with no common standards. We aimed to develop evidence-based guidance on the best methods for the design and conduct of research on EoLC to further knowledge ... Read more >>

BMC Med (BMC medicine)
[2013, 11:111]

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'Best practice' in developing and evaluating palliative and end-of-life care services: a meta-synthesis of research methods for the MORECare project.

Catherine J Evans, Richard Harding, Irene J Higginson, ,

<h4>Background</h4>Improved and cost-effective palliative and end-of-life care is an international policy imperative. Developments are impeded by a weak and often inconsistent evidence base.<h4>Aim</h4>To examine the main methodological challenges and limitations to developing and evaluating palliative and end-of-life care services and requirements to further this field of research.<h4>Design</h4>A meta-synthesis to systematically ... Read more >>

Palliat Med (Palliative medicine)
[2013, 27(10):885-898]

Cited: 43 times

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Reproducibility of QuantiFERON-TB gold in-tube assay.

Sharon Perry, Luz Sanchez, Shufang Yang, Zubin Agarwal, Philip Hurst, Julie Parsonnet,

Studies are needed to characterize the reproducibility of QuantiFERON-TB Gold (QFT-G) for targeted U.S. screening populations. Members of northern California households were tested with the QFT-G in-tube assay (QFT-G-IT) at two home visits 3 months apart. Reproducibility and agreement with the tuberculin skin test (TST) were assessed. Monte Carlo simulation ... Read more >>

Clin Vaccine Immunol (Clinical and vaccine immunology : CVI)
[2008, 15(3):425-432]

Cited: 57 times

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Household transmission of gastroenteritis.

Sharon Perry, Maria de la Luz Sanchez, Philip K Hurst, Julie Parsonnet,

Transmission of infectious gastroenteritis was studied in 936 predominately Hispanic households in northern California. Among 3,916 contacts of 1,099 primary case-patients, the secondary attack rate was 8.8% (95% confidence interval 7.9-9.7); children had a 2- to 8-fold greater risk than adults. Bed-sharing among children in crowded homes is a potentially ... Read more >>

Emerg Infect Dis (Emerging infectious diseases)
[2005, 11(7):1093-1096]

Cited: 20 times

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Gastroenteritis and transmission of Helicobacter pylori infection in households.

Sharon Perry, Maria de la Luz Sanchez, Shufang Yang, Thomas D Haggerty, Philip Hurst, Guillermo Perez-Perez, Julie Parsonnet,

The mode of transmission of Helicobacter pylori infection is poorly characterized. In northern California, 2,752 household members were tested for H. pylori infection in serum or stool at a baseline visit and 3 months later. Among 1,752 person considered uninfected at baseline, 30 new infections (7 definite, 7 probable, and ... Read more >>

Emerg Infect Dis (Emerging infectious diseases)
[2006, 12(11):1701-1708]

Cited: 55 times

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Helicobacter pylori and risk of gastroenteritis.

Sharon Perry, Luz Sanchez, Shufang Yang, Thomas D Haggerty, Philip Hurst, Julie Parsonnet,

<h4>Background</h4>Helicobacter pylori infection is thought to modify susceptibility to gastroenteritis.<h4>Methods</h4>Members of northern California households with an index case of gastroenteritis were interviewed regarding recent episodes and tested for H. pylori. Conditional logistic regression was used to evaluate the risk of secondary gastroenteritis within households matched for members with secondary gastroenteritis ... Read more >>

J Infect Dis (The Journal of infectious diseases)
[2004, 190(2):303-310]

Cited: 19 times

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