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The Ethical dimensions of the biological sciences / edited by Ruth Ellen Bulger, Elizabeth Heitman, and Stanley Joel Reiser.

Contributor(s): Bulger, Ruth Ellen | Heitman, Elizabeth | Reiser, Stanley Joel.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1993Description: xi, 294 p. ; 27 cm.ISBN: 0521434637 (hardback); 9780521434638 (hardback); 0521435994 (pbk.); 9780521435994 (pbk.).Subject(s): Bioethics | Science EthicsDDC classification: 174/.9574 LOC classification: QH332 | .E73 1993Other classification: 42.02 | 44.02
Contents:
Ethics movement in the biological sciences: a new voyage of discovery -- Conceptual and social foundations of science -- Science -- Scientific basis for the support of biomedical science -- Roots of honor and integrity in science -- Ethical basis of science -- Making and breaking the rules of science -- Self-deception in research: procedural, perceptual, and social causes -- Resistance by scientists to scientific discovery -- Self-deception and gullibility -- Responsible conduct of biological research -- Pathogenesis of fraud in medical science -- Pressure to publish and fraud in science -- Science, statistics and deception -- Methods, definitions and basic assumptions -- Ethics of authorship and publication -- Ethical code for scientists.
(cont) Guidelines on authorship -- Peer and/or peerless review: some vagaries of the editorial process -- Irresponsible authorship and wasteful publication -- Reporting provocative results: can we publish "hot" papers without getting burned? -- Research with human subjects -- Nuremberg Code -- Clinical investigations using human subjects -- False hopes and best data: consent to research and the therapeutic misconception -- Declaration of Helsinki: recommendations guiding physicians in biomedical research involving human subjects -- Wanted: single, white male for medical research -- Use of animals in biological research -- Beastly conduct: ethical issues in animal experimentation -- Use of animals in experimental research: a scientist's perspective -- Work of the academic scientist.
(cont) Guidelines for investigators in scientific research -- Guidelines for the conduct of research at the National Institutes of Health -- Reminder and update: requirement for programs on the responsible conduct of research in National Research Service Award institutional training programs -- Enlarging the perspective -- Scientist and industry: conflicts of interest and conflicts of commitment -- Sharing research data -- University-industry research relationships in biotechnology: implications for the university -- Public money, private gain, profit for all -- Patenting life: summary, policy issues, and options for congressional action -- New opportunities create new problems -- Scientist in society: interactions, expectations, and obligations.
(cont) Summary statement of the Asilomar Conference on recombinant DNA molecules -- High cost of hype -- Due process for dissent -- Ethical issues in human genome research.
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Includes bibliographical references.

Ethics movement in the biological sciences: a new voyage of discovery -- Conceptual and social foundations of science -- Science -- Scientific basis for the support of biomedical science -- Roots of honor and integrity in science -- Ethical basis of science -- Making and breaking the rules of science -- Self-deception in research: procedural, perceptual, and social causes -- Resistance by scientists to scientific discovery -- Self-deception and gullibility -- Responsible conduct of biological research -- Pathogenesis of fraud in medical science -- Pressure to publish and fraud in science -- Science, statistics and deception -- Methods, definitions and basic assumptions -- Ethics of authorship and publication -- Ethical code for scientists.

(cont) Guidelines on authorship -- Peer and/or peerless review: some vagaries of the editorial process -- Irresponsible authorship and wasteful publication -- Reporting provocative results: can we publish "hot" papers without getting burned? -- Research with human subjects -- Nuremberg Code -- Clinical investigations using human subjects -- False hopes and best data: consent to research and the therapeutic misconception -- Declaration of Helsinki: recommendations guiding physicians in biomedical research involving human subjects -- Wanted: single, white male for medical research -- Use of animals in biological research -- Beastly conduct: ethical issues in animal experimentation -- Use of animals in experimental research: a scientist's perspective -- Work of the academic scientist.

(cont) Guidelines for investigators in scientific research -- Guidelines for the conduct of research at the National Institutes of Health -- Reminder and update: requirement for programs on the responsible conduct of research in National Research Service Award institutional training programs -- Enlarging the perspective -- Scientist and industry: conflicts of interest and conflicts of commitment -- Sharing research data -- University-industry research relationships in biotechnology: implications for the university -- Public money, private gain, profit for all -- Patenting life: summary, policy issues, and options for congressional action -- New opportunities create new problems -- Scientist in society: interactions, expectations, and obligations.

(cont) Summary statement of the Asilomar Conference on recombinant DNA molecules -- High cost of hype -- Due process for dissent -- Ethical issues in human genome research.

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