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The Prevalence of Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivation on Performance Enhancing Drug Abuse in Athletes
Since the thought of competition between two individuals came into existence, there has been a mentality of attempting to get an "edge" on the opponent. Nations are ever concerned with intelligence and counter-intelligence issues, which is essentially political competition. Historically, in ancient Rome, the "competitive edge" was accomplished by making chariots lighter for greater speed or adding extra leather or iron to the body, for protection in the arenas. The people with the most money were able to purchase newer and better tools in which they competed with. …
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