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Journal Articles International Journal of Eating Disorders Year : 2019

Drive for muscularity behaviors in male bodybuilders: a trans-contextual model of motivation

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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 male bodybuilders at risk of developing muscle dysmorphia. The relationships between self-determination theory constructs and drive for muscularity behaviors, via the theory of planned behavior variables (i.e., attitude, subjective norm, perceived behavioral control, and intention) were examined. A total of 175 Swiss male bodybuilders (M age = 27.34; SD age = 7.53) completed measures on motivation for sport, theory of planned behavior variables, and drive for muscularity behaviors. They practiced bodybuilding from three to 24 h per week (Mhours per week = 6.59; SDhours per week = 3.45) and had done so for 7.19 years on average (SDnumber of years = 6.91). Using bootstrapped maximum likelihood estimation with the AMOS 7.0 program, a series of confirmatory factor analyses was performed on each subscale and a series of path analyses was performed to determine the final model.

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Psychology
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hal-02524864 , version 1 (30-03-2020)

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Lisa Chaba, Vanessa Lentillon-Kaestner, Stéphanie Scoffier-Mériaux. Drive for muscularity behaviors in male bodybuilders: a trans-contextual model of motivation. International Journal of Eating Disorders, 2019, ⟨10.1186/s40337-019-0274-y⟩. ⟨hal-02524864⟩
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