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Genetic research on addiction [electronic resource] : ethics, the law, and public health / edited by Audrey R. Chapman.


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Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2012.
1 online resource (viii, 251 p.)
Substance abuse.
Human experimentation in medicine -- Moral and ethical aspects.
Medical subjects:
Genetic Research -- ethics.
Substance-Related Disorders -- genetics.
Human Experimentation -- ethics.
Informed Consent.
Public Policy.
Machine generated contents note: Abstracts; Part I. Introduction: 1. Introduction to volume Audrey R. Chapman; 2. The implications of genetic research on alcohol dependence for prevention and treatment Rebecca Mathews, Adrian Carter and Wayne Hall; 3. Promises and risks for participants in studies of genetic risk for alcohol or drug dependence Carl Erik Fisher, Deborah Hasin and Paul Appelbaum; Part II. Research Ethics: 4. Improving the informed consent process in research with substance abusing participants David S. Festinger and Karen L. Dugosh; 5. Ethical responsibilities to minor children with drug abusing parents in research trials Thomas McMahon; 6. Protecting privacy in genetic research on alcoholism and other addictions Mark A. Rothstein; 7. Uses and limitations of certificates of confidentiality for protecting research on addiction Zita Lazzarini; 8. Ethical issues in genomic databases and biobanks involving human subjects David B. Resnik; 9. Should addiction researchers accept funding derived from the profits of addictive consumptions? Peter J. Adams; 10. Ethical issues related to alcohol research funding from the alcohol beverage industry Thomas Babor; Part III. Translating Addiction Research: 11. The public health implications of genetic research on addiction Rebecca Mathews, Wayne Hall and Adrian Carter; 12. Genetics, addiction, and stigma Jo C. Phelan and Bruce G. Link; 13. Lay beliefs about genetic influences on alcoholism: implications for prevention and treatment Toby Jayaratne, Alicia Giordimaina and Amy Gaviglio; 14. Personalizing risk: how behavioral genetics research into addiction makes the political personal Jonathan M. Kaplan; Part IV. Conclusions: 15. Conclusions and guidelines for conducting and translating research on alcohol dependence and addiction Audrey R. Chapman, Jonathan M. Kaplan and Adrian Carter; Index.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Electronic reproduction. Palo Alto, Calif. Available via World Wide Web.
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Acquired for the Penn Libraries with assistance from the Samuel Bellet Book Fund.
Chapman, Audrey R.
ebrary, Inc.
Samuel Bellet Book Fund.
1139058975 (electronic bk.)
9781139058971 (electronic bk.)
9781107653344 (hardback)
1107653347 (hardback)
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