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Synonyms for Zen

school of Mahayana Buddhism asserting that enlightenment can come through meditation and intuition rather than faith

a Buddhist doctrine that enlightenment can be attained through direct intuitive insight


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Sekulic, D., Tahiraj, E., Zvan, M., Zenic, N., Uljevic, O.
Sekulic, D., Zenic, N., Versic, S., Maric, D., Gabrilo, G.
All of the variables were collected by a previously validated questionnaires: (i) Questionnaire of Substance Use (QSU) (Zenic et al., 2010), (ii) knowledge on doping (KD) (Fmjan Mandic et al., 2013; Sajber et al., 2013), (iii) knowledge on sport nutrition (KSN) (Kondric et al., 2013; Sekulic et al., 2014), and (iv) attitudes to performance-enhancing drugs (Performance Enhancement Attitude Scale-PEAS) (Morente-Sanchez et al., 2014; Petroczi et al., 2008)
Previous studies have found that athletes' personal opinion about the presence of doping in sports as strongly associated doping behaviour in various sports, while WADA statistics have reported significant differences among sports in positive findings on doping substances (Kondric et al., 2011; Rodek et al., 2009; Sekulic et al., 2014; Zenic et al., 2010).
Miodrag Spasic (1), Ante Krolo (1), Natasa Zenic (1), Anne Delextrat (2) and Damir Sekulic (1) ([mail])
Not surprisingly, 50% to 93% of athletes use NS, with 53% of young synchro swimmers using NS according to a recent report (Dascombe et al., 2010; Huang et al., 2006; Kondric et al., 2010; Zenic et al., 2010).
To the best of our knowledge, only one study has investigated NS and doping in synchro (Zenic et al., 2010).
Consequently, authors have already noted the need to assess athletes' knowledge of these issues (Zenic et al., 2010; Kondric et al 2011).