Philip Hurst
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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
C Beedie, F Benedetti, D Barbiani, E Camerone, E Cohen, D Coleman, ...
European Journal of Sport Science 18 (10), 1383-1389, 2018
The placebo and nocebo effect on sports performance: a systematic review
P Hurst, L Schipof-Godart, A Szabo, J Raglin, F Hettinga, B Roelands, ...
European journal of sport science 20 (3), 279-292, 2020
Sport supplement use predicts doping attitudes and likelihood via sport supplement beliefs
P Hurst, M Kavussanu, I Boardley, C Ring
Journal of sports sciences 37 (15), 1734-1740, 2019
Athletes intending to use sports supplements are more likely to respond to a placebo
P Hurst, A Foad, D Coleman, C Beedie
Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise (MSSE), 2017
The effects of moral disengagement mechanisms on doping likelihood are mediated by guilt and moderated by moral traits
C Ring, P Hurst
Psychology of Sport and Exercise 40, 33-41, 2019
Capitalizing on the placebo component of treatments
C Beedie, A Foad, P Hurst
Current sports medicine reports 14 (4), 284-287, 2015
An evaluation of UK athletics’ clean sport programme in preventing doping in junior elite athletes
P Hurst, C Ring, M Kavussanu
Performance Enhancement & Health 7 (3-4), 100155, 2020
Can taste be ergogenic?
R Best, K McDonald, P Hurst, C Pickering
European Journal of Nutrition 60 (1), 45-54, 2021
The development of a menthol solution for use during sport and exercise
R Best, IR Spears, P Hurst, NJA Berger
Beverages 4 (2), 44, 2018
Effects of personal and situational factors on self-referenced doping likelihood
C Ring, M Kavussanu, S Lucidi, P Hurst
Psychology of Sport and Exercise 41, 29-35, 2019
‘Caution, this treatment is a placebo. It might work, but it might not’: why emerging mechanistic evidence for placebo effects does not legitimise complementary and alternative …
C Beedie, G Whyte, AM Lane, E Cohen, J Raglin, P Hurst, D Coleman, ...
British journal of sports medicine 52 (13), 817-818, 2018
Improved 1000-m running performance and pacing strategy with caffeine and placebo: a balanced placebo design study
P Hurst, L Schipof-Godart, F Hettinga, B Roelands, C Beedie
International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance 15 (4), 483-488, 2019
Development and validation of the sports supplements beliefs scale
P Hurst, A Foad, D Coleman, C Beedie
Performance enhancement & health 5 (3), 89-97, 2017
A moral intervention reduces doping likelihood in British and Greek athletes: evidence from a cluster randomized control trial
M Kavussanu, P Hurst, M Yukhymenko-Lescroart, E Galanis, A King, ...
Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 43 (2), 125-139, 2020
Reliability of 5-km running performance in a competitive environment
P Hurst, L Board
Measurement in Physical Education and Exercise Science 21 (1), 10-14, 2017
Athletes using ergogenic and medical sport supplements report more favourable attitudes to doping than non-users
P Hurst, C Ring, M Kavussanu
Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 24 (3), 307-311, 2021
Reproducibility of Outdoor 5 Km Running Time-Trial In A Competitive Environment
H Philip, E Board
British Journal of Sports Medicine 47 (17), 2013
No differences between beetroot juice and placebo on competitive 5-km running performance: A double-blind, placebo-controlled trial
P Hurst, S Saunders, D Coleman
International journal of sport nutrition and exercise metabolism 30 (4), 295-300, 2020
The placebo effect in sport: how practitioners can inject words to improve performance
B Roelands, P Hurst
International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance 15 (6), 765-766, 2020
Prefrontal cortex oxygenation during endurance performance: a systematic review of functional near-infrared spectroscopy studies
J De Wachter, M Proost, J Habay, M Verstraelen, J Díaz-García, P Hurst, ...
Frontiers in Physiology, 1834, 2021
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