When an Innocent Person is Framed

We’ve all seen movies and television programs in which a totally innocent person is “set up” by the police or their agents and accused of a crime.  Drama ensues as the unjustly accused protagonist struggles to prove his or her innocence.  Often, the narrative takes liberties with legal principles and practices, and the story can…


Cheat This, Not That: Hypocrisy, Ethics and Performance Enhancement

By Jack Darkes, PhD, Rick Collins, JD, Dan Gwartney, MD, and Jason Cohen, PsyD Those of us who have spent our careers studying substance use (note we do not assume that all use is disordered) and/or working with, in various capacities, those who engage in non-medical use of androgenic/anabolic steroids (AAS) have long ceased being…