Un-Kultur: Doping im (Hochleistungs)Sport
Anti-doping researchers should conform to certain statistical standards from forensic science.
- Sociology, Medicine
- Science & justice : journal of the Forensic Science Society
Tacit premises and assumptions in anti-doping research
- Political Science
Professional Cycling and the Fight against Doping
'Clean athlete status' cannot be certified: Calling for caution, evidence and transparency in 'alternative' anti-doping systems.
- Political Science, Medicine
- The International journal on drug policy
Substance Identification in Anti-Doping Control by Means of Mass Spectrometry. Data Reduction and Decision Criteria
Doping in Two Elite Athletics Competitions Assessed by Randomized-Response Surveys
- Sports Medicine
Qualitative evidence of a primary intervention point for elite athlete doping.
- Psychology, Medicine
- Journal of science and medicine in sport
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Inferences about Testosterone Abuse among Athletes
- Computer Science
The Prosecutor's Fallacy and the Defense Attorney's Fallacy*
Statistics: A Bayesian Perspective