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  • Concurrent Contents: Recent and Classic References at the Interface of Philosophy, Psychiatry, and Psychology

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Abi-Rached, J. M., and N. Rose. 2010. The birth of the neuromolecular gaze. History of the Human Sciences 23, no. 1:11–36.
Adshead, G. 2010. Looking backward and forward. Philosophy, Psychiatry, & Psychology 17, no. 3:251–3.
Aho, K. 2008. Medicalizing mental health: A phenomenological alternative. Journal of Medical Humanities 29, no. 4:243–59.
———. 2010. The psychopahtology of American shyness: A hermeneutic reading. Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour 40, no. 2:190–206.
Amering, M. 2010. Finding partnership: The benefit of sharing and the capacity for complexity. Philosophy, Psychiatry, & Psychology 17, no. 1:77–9.
Bergo, B. 2010. What Sujet de la folie? Gladys Swain and Marcel Gauchel’s search for an alternative history of madness. PhaenEx: Journal of Existential and Phenomenological Theory and Culture 5, no. 2:87–124.
Berman, J. 2010. The talking cure and the writing cure. Philosophy, Psychiatry, & Psychology 17, no. 3:255–7.
Bishop, J. P. 2009. Foucauldian diagnostics: Space, time and the metaphysics of medicine. Journal of Medicine and Philosophy 34, no. 4:328–49.
———. 2009. Revisiting Foucault. Journal of Medicine and Philosophy 34, no. 4:323–7.
———. 2010. Transhumanism, metaphysics, and the posthuman God. Journal of Medicine and Philosophy 35, no. 6:700–20.
———. 2011. Waiting for St. Benedict among the ruins: MacIntyre and medical practice. Journal of Medicine and Philosophy 36, no. 2:107–13.
Boddy, C. R. 2011. Corporate psychopaths, bullying, and unfair supervision in the workplace. Journal of Business Ethics 100, no. 3:367–79.
Carson, A. M., and P. Lepping. 2009. Ethical psychiatry in an uncertain world: Conversations and parallel truths. Philosophy, Ethics, and Humanities in Medicine 4, no. 7:1–5.
Chong, S. A., R. Huxtable, and A. Campbell. 2011. Authorizing psychiatric research: Principles, practices, and problems. Bioethics 25, no. 1:27–36.
Christakis, N. A. 1979. Ethics are local: Engaging cross-cultural variation in the ethics for clinical research. Social Science & Medicine 35, no. 9:1079–91. [End Page 73]
Clune-Taylor, C. 2010. From intersex to DSD: The disciplining of sex development. PhaenEx: Journal of Existential and Phenomenological Theory and Culture 5, no. 2:152–78.
Doorn, N. 2011. Mental competence or capacity to form a will: An anthropological approach. Philosophy, Psychiatry, & Psychology 18, no. 2:135–45.
Fava, G. A. 2009. An operational proposal for addressing conflict of interest in the psychiatric field. Journal of Ethics in Mental Health 4, no. 1(suppl.):1–6.
Focquaret, F., and D. DeRidder. 2009. Direct intervention in the brain: Ethical issues concerning personal identity. Journal of Ethics in Mental Health 4, no. 2:1–7.
Ghaemi, S. N. 2009. Nosologomania: DSM and Karl Jaspers’ critique of Kraepelin. Philosophy, Ethics, and Humanities in Medicine 4, no. 10:1–8.
Giordano, S. 2010. Anorexia and refusal of life-saving treatment: The moral place of competence, suffering, and the family. Philosophy, Psychiatry, & Psychology 17, no. 2:143–67.
———. 2010. The fisherman and the assassin: Reflections on anorexia nervosa. Philosophy, Psychiatry, & Psychology 17, no. 2:163–7.
Gipps, R. G. T., and J. Rhodes. 2011. Delusions and the non-epistemic foundations of belief. Philosophy, Psychiatry, & Psychology 18, no. 1:89–97.
Glannon, W. 2008. The blessing and burden of biological psychiatry. Journal of Ethics in Mental Health 3, no. 2:1–4.
———. 2009. Neuroscience, free will and responsibility. Journal of Ethics in Mental Health 4, no. 2:1–6.
———. 2010. Consent for deep brain stimulation for neurological and psychiatric disorders. Journal of Clinical Ethics 21, no. 2:104–11.
Graham, G. 2010. Are the deluded believers? Are philosophers among the deluded? Philosophy, Psychiatry, & Psychology 17, no. 4:337–9.
Halpern, A. L., J. H. Halpern, and S. B. Doherty. 2008. “Enhanced” interrogation of detainees: Do psychologists and psychiatrists participate? Philosophy, Ethics, and Humanities in Medicine 3, no. 21...

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ISSN
1086-3303
Print ISSN
1071-6076
Pages
pp. 73-74
Launched on MUSE
2012-05-12
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