Monthly Archives: May 2013

“Paternalism and Utilitarianism in Research with Human Participants.”

Resnik DB. Source National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, National Institutes of Health, Box 12233, Mail Drop CU 03, Research Triangle Park, NC, 27709, USA, resnikd@niehs.nih.go Abstract “In this article I defend a rule utilitarian approach to paternalistic policies in … Continue reading

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Posted on Monday 20 May 2013 1BOM “But his discussion of suicidality and the Black Box warning is where Rothschild’s bias shines. It’s hard for me to imagine anyone that prescribes SSRIs hasn’t seen akathisia – agitation with aggression. It’s … Continue reading

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“DSM-5: Caught between Mental Illness Stigma and Anti-Psychiatry Prejudice”

By Jeffrey A. Lieberman | May 20, 2013 |-Scientific American “When psychiatry did make its first forays into medical treatment, it used crude instruments like strait jackets, cold packs, fever induction, insulin shock therapy and psycho-surgery. The underlying theories for … Continue reading

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“How technology redefines norms”

“Reasonable resistance to the upending of cultural mores is not “technopanic” “ 12:40 PM – May 20, 2013-By Felix Salmon-Columbia Journalism Review “My point here is that technology has a tendency to create its own norms. The classic example is … Continue reading

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“Dan Markingson, the 2009 Frank Premack Award, and the “financial incentives that can compromise a doctor’s decision-making” “

Sunday, May 19, 2013-Carl-Fear and Loathing in Bioethics “Readers of the Star Tribune could be forgiven for thinking that there is only one person at the University of Minnesota who is worried about the current state of human subject protection. … Continue reading

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“Delusions of Progress: Psychiatry’s Diagnostic Manual”

found at U.D. Andrew Scull on The Book of Woe : The DSM and the Unmaking of Psychiatry and Hippocrates Cried : The Decline of American Psychiatry May 19th, 2013 Los Angeles Review of Books Greenberg has outlined such a … Continue reading

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“Why French Kids Don’t Have ADHD”

Saturday, May 18, 2013-PharmaGossip “According to Sociologist Manuel Vallee, the French Federation of Psychiatry developed an alternative classification system as a resistance to the influence of the DSM-3. This alternative was the CFTMEA (Classification Française des Troubles Mentaux de L’Enfant … Continue reading

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