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The Repository@Hull is an Open Access showcase for the published research output of the University, including journal articles, books and book chapters, conference papers and more. Where publisher terms permit, the author's accepted manuscript or the published version of the text is available here to read and download, alongside a link to the publisher's platform.



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The Effects of the iPlayClean Education Programme on Doping Attitudes and Susceptibility to use Banned Substances among High-Level Adolescent Athletes from the UK: A Cluster-Randomised Control Trial (2020)
Journal Article
Nicholls, A., Morley, D., Thompson, M. A., Huang, C., Abt, G., Rothwell, M., …Ntoumanis, N. (in press). The Effects of the iPlayClean Education Programme on Doping Attitudes and Susceptibility to use Banned Substances among High-Level Adolescent Athletes from the UK: A Cluster-Randomised Control Trial. International Journal of Drug Policy,

Background: This study examined the effects of the iPlayClean anti-doping intervention on attitudes towards doping and susceptibility, and whether delivery mode affected the results. Methods: A total of 1,081 high-level UK athletes (14-18 years old... Read More about The Effects of the iPlayClean Education Programme on Doping Attitudes and Susceptibility to use Banned Substances among High-Level Adolescent Athletes from the UK: A Cluster-Randomised Control Trial.

Opioids for breathlessness: a narrative review of the evidence (2020)
Journal Article
Johnson, M., & Currow, D. (in press). Opioids for breathlessness: a narrative review of the evidence. BMJ supportive & palliative care,

ABSTRACT Chronic breathlessness is a disabling and distressing condition for which there is a growing evidence base for a range of interventions. Non-pharmacological interventions are the mainstay of management and should be optimised prior to use... Read More about Opioids for breathlessness: a narrative review of the evidence.

Is corporate hedging always beneficial? A theoretical and empirical analysis (2020)
Journal Article
Ahmed, H., Fairchild, R., & Guney, Y. (in press). Is corporate hedging always beneficial? A theoretical and empirical analysis. The European journal of finance,

This paper investigates, theoretically and empirically, the impact of corporate hedging activities on firm value/performance. In a perfect market, with self-less management, aiming to maximise shareholder wealth, it may be expected that hedging would... Read More about Is corporate hedging always beneficial? A theoretical and empirical analysis.

In search of stock repurchases determinants in listed Indonesian firms during regulatory changes (2020)
Journal Article
Moin, A., Guney, Y., & Kalak, I. E. (in press). In search of stock repurchases determinants in listed Indonesian firms during regulatory changes. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization,

Motivated by the introduction of share repurchases regulations in 1998 and 2007 coupled with unique characteristics of the Indonesian market, we investigate the effect of firms’ sub-optimal financial position on their share repurchases decisions. The... Read More about In search of stock repurchases determinants in listed Indonesian firms during regulatory changes.

Shoots and leaves: exploring the impacts and fragile sustainability of sustainable place-making projects working with marginalised people (2020)
Journal Article
Ramsden, S. (2020). Shoots and leaves: exploring the impacts and fragile sustainability of sustainable place-making projects working with marginalised people. Voluntary Sector Review, https://doi.org/10.1332/204080520x15898294617450

This article contributes to emerging research on sustainable place-making, but makes an important contribution through a strong focus on outcomes for marginalised people and the need for long-term sustainability. Sustainable place-making combines ‘pl... Read More about Shoots and leaves: exploring the impacts and fragile sustainability of sustainable place-making projects working with marginalised people.

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