Would they dope? Revisiting the Goldman dilemma

  title={Would they dope? Revisiting the Goldman dilemma},
  author={J. Connor and Jules Woolf and J. Mazanov},
  journal={British Journal of Sports Medicine},
  pages={697 - 700}
  • J. Connor, Jules Woolf, J. Mazanov
  • Published 2013
  • Medicine
  • British Journal of Sports Medicine
  • Background/aim Discussions of doping often report Goldman's sensational results that half of the elite athletes asked would take a drug that guaranteed sporting success which would also result in their death in 5 years’ time. There has never been any effort to assess the properties of the ‘Goldman dilemma’ or replicate the results in the post World Anti-Doping Agency context. This research evaluated the dilemma with contemporary elite athletes. Methods Participants at an elite-level track and… CONTINUE READING
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