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Showing posts with the label Psychiatry

Advocating for Change: Neuroethics and Race

The Benefits and Perils of COVID-19 Neuropsychiatric Studies

Moral Injury in Veterans with Nonepileptic Seizures

Guiding the Ethical Use and Development of Psychiatric Electroceutical Interventions

Outsider Art: Madness, Marginalization, and Exploitation

Duty to warn about mental status: legal requirements, patient rights, and future ethical challenges

Ethical Concerns Surrounding Psychiatric Treatments: Do Academics Agree with the Public?

Early Intervention in Schools: A Site for Empirical Neuroethics

We’re All Mad Here

Beyond polemics: science and ethics of ADHD (critique by Yan Hong)

Beyond polemics: science and ethics of ADHD by Illna Singh (critique by Maylen Perez)

Stimulant Treatment of ADHD in Children

Neurodiversity and Autism: Where do We Draw the Line?

Call for “Late Breaking” Abstracts

Animal Models and the Future of Psychiatric Research

Emory Neuroethics on Facebook