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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.
- 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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- Chapman, Audrey R.
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