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Self-Regulation and the Boundaries of the Self: A Proposal for Determining Which DBS Applications Affect Autonomy in TRD Patients

‘I’ll Wear This as a Badge of Honour Because It’s Made Me Better’: Patient and Caregiver Narrative Accounts of DBS for Depression

Using Qualitative Methods in a Neuroethics R01 Grant to Investigate Patient Perspectives on Closed-Loop Neurostimulation

Guiding the Ethical Use and Development of Psychiatric Electroceutical Interventions

“Revealing the Soul”: Psychedelics and the Future of Mental Health Care

Allies and Enemies in the Fight for Mental Health Reform

Revising the Ethical Framework for Deep Brain Stimulation for Treatment-Resistant Depression

“Inflammation might be causing depression”: Stigma of mental illness, reductionism, and (mis-)representations of science

Should Getting High be a Possible Treatment for Depression?

Animal Models and the Future of Psychiatric Research

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