|Andrea Petróczi: Where Are We Now and Where Are We Going with Doping Behaviour Research? A Critical Appraisal of Current Knowledge and Implications for Future Directions|
|Kingston University, London (England)|
Andrea Petróczi is a Professor of Public Health at Kingston University London. She is an internationally recognised expert in social science doping and anti-doping research and provides consultancy to the World Anti-Doping Agency and serves as a member for the Editorial Boards of Psychology of Sport and Exercise (Elsevier); and Substance Abuse, Treatment, Prevention and Policy (BMC). After obtaining a BSc in Sport Management and an MSc in Marketing in Hungary, Andrea continued her studies in the U.S. where she received a PhD in Sport & Exercise Science (Administration) with a doctoral minor in Applied Statistics & Research Methods in 2002. In 2015, Andrea completed her second PhD in Psychology.
Andrea's current research is centred on behavioural choices with public health implications, where short term gains are traded off for potential health consequences later in life; and method development. She has a strong commitment to multidisciplinary research spanning across disciplines allied to medicine and psychology.
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