Journal Articles

  1. & Olympic Doping, Transparency, and the Therapeutic Exemption Process. Diagoras 1, 55-74.
  2. & Morgan’s Conventionalism versus WADA’s Use of the Prohibited List: The Case of Thyroxine. Sport, Ethics and Philosophy, 1-15.
  3. & Autonomy, eating disorders and elite gymnastics: ethical and conceptual issues. Sport, Education and Society 22(8), 878-889.
  4. & Understanding Eating Disorders in Elite Gymnastics. Clinics in Sports Medicine 35(2), 275-292.
  5. Prudence well-being and sport. Sport, Ethics and Philosophy 8(2), 191-202.
  6. & Investigating eating disorders in elite gymnasts: Conceptual, ethical and methodological issues. European Journal of Sport Science 14(1), 60-68.
  7. Sport, physical activity and well-being: an objectivist account. Sport, Education and Society 17(4), 497-514.
  8. & Doping and supplementation: the attitudes of talented young athletes. Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports 22(2), 293-301.
  9. & Clean Olympians? Doping and anti-doping: The views of talented young British athletes. International Journal of Drug Policy 21(4), 276-282.
  10. Rationality and Compulsion: Applying Action Theory to Psychiatry. Health Care Analysis 17(1), 85-91.
  11. & Nutritional supplement use by elite young UK athletes: fallacies of advice regarding efficacy. Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition 5(1), 22

Book Chapters

  1. What to do with the TUE process? Bradley Wiggins, Therapeutic Use and Data sharing; a critical analysis. In B. Fincoeur, J. Gleaves, F. Ohl (Ed.), Doping in Cycling: Interdisciplinary Perspectives. London: Routledge.
  2. & Sport, Society, and Anti-Doping Policy: An Ethical Overview. In Rabin O. & Pitsiladis Y. (Ed.), Acute Topics in Anti-Doping. (pp. 177-185). S. Karger AG, Basel.