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Table 2 True hits and false alarms (number of participants) produced by the doping BIAT cut-off D -score, proposed to discriminate test participants (here: bodybuilders) with a rather negative ( D≤ -0.57) or a rather positive ( D> -0.57) doping attitude

From: Using response-time latencies to measure athletes’ doping attitudes: the brief implicit attitude test identifies substance abuse in bodybuilders

  BIAT: doping attitude
Rather negative evaluation of doping Rather positive evaluation of doping
Biochemical test: presence of doping substance in urine sample Doper 4 22
Non-doper 19 16