Currently conducting research on crime and misconduct in sport. A major focus in this work is the identification and detection of doping athletes through investigative interviewing.

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International Olympic Committee - IOC Anti-Doping Research Fund

An Honest Mistake? Establishing `Intention to Dope?

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The proposed study will involve testing the effectiveness of a forensic anti-doping interview technique that can ultimately be used to establish whether doping occurred intentionally or accidentally. An experimental study will be conducted to establish linguistic criteria that might reliably distinguish between truthful and deceptive behaviour in the context of doping in sport. Drawing on police investigative interviewing frameworks, a forensic anti-doping interview protocol will be tested.
Stephen Moston and Terry Engelberg-Moston (College of Healthcare Sciences)
Drugs in Sport; Deception; Doping; Confession

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