Center Professor Dr. Tom Tomlinson has a new commentary in the September 2018 American Journal of Bioethics. In “Getting Off the Leash,” Dr. Tomlinson discusses “digital medicines” and what such technologies mean for patient privacy. He asks questions such as: do patients have a right to deceive their clinicians? Why would patients be deceptive?
The full text is available via Taylor & Francis Online (MSU Library or other institutional access may be required to view this article).
Center Assistant Professor Dr. Laura Cabrera is co-author of a new open peer commentary in the September issue of The American Journal of Bioethics. The article, “Environmental Neuroethics: Bridging Environmental Ethics and Mental Health,” was written by Adam J. Shriver (University of British Columbia), Laura Cabrera, and Judy Illes (University of British Columbia).
The full text is available online via Taylor & Francis (MSU Library or other institutional access may be required to view this article).
Center Assistant Professor Dr. Laura Cabrera has a new article in AJOB Neuroscience, titled “Beyond the Technology: Attribution and Agency in Treatments for Mental Disorders.” This publication from Dr. Cabrera and co-authors Rachel McKenzie and Robyn Bluhm is a result of their S3-funded research project, “Psychiatric Interventions: Values and Public Attitudes.”
The full text is available online from Taylor & Francis (MSU Library or other institutional access may be required to view this article).
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Assistant Professor Dr. Laura Cabrera has a new article in the current issue of AJOB Neuroscience (Volume 7, Issue 1). Dr. Cabrera’s open peer commentary, “Inductive Risks, Inferences, and the Role of Values in Disorders of Consciousness,” is available online through Taylor & Francis.
Below is a list of recent publication from Center for Ethics faculty, including peer-reviewed journal articles, book reviews, and book chapters. Most articles can be accessed online through MSU Libraries. Open access publications are labeled as such.
- Cabrera L, Fitz N, Reiner PB. Reasons for comfort and discomfort with pharmacological enhancement of cognitive, affective, and social domain. Neuroethics. Aug 2015;8(2):93-106.
- Cabrera Trujillo LY. Ethics and Emerging Technologies. NanoEthics. Nov 2015;9(3):251-254.
- Cabrera LY, Beattie BL, Dwosh E, Illes J. Converging approaches to understanding early onset familial Alzheimer disease: A First Nation study. SAGE Open Medicine. Dec 2015;3. Open Access.
- Cabrera L, Elger B. Memory Interventions in the Criminal Justice System: Some Practical Ethical Considerations. Journal of Bioethical Inquiry. Dec 2015;12(4):1-9.
- Cabrera L, Tesluk J, Chakraborti M, Matthews R, Illes J. Brain matters: from environmental ethics to environmental neuroethics. Environmental Health. Feb 15 2016;15(20). Open Access.
- Cabrera L, Davis W, Orozco M. Visioneering Our Future. In: Collier J, ed. The Future of Social Epistemology: A Collective Vision. London: Rowman & Littlefield International; Dec 2015.
- Stahl D. Moral Evaluations of Genetic Technologies: The Need for Catholic Social Doctrine. National Catholic Bioethics Quarterly. Autumn 2015;15(3):477-489.
Center Assistant Professor Monir Moniruzzaman, PhD, has a new article in the October issue of the American Journal of Bioethics. Read “Regulated Organ Market: Reality Versus Rhetoric” here (a subscription may be required to view this article).