Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics



ETHICS OF HUMAN RESEARCH

Attitudes of Future Lawyers and Psychologists to the Use of Genetic Testing for Criminal Behavior


BERNICE S.  ELGER  a1
a1 Department of Community Medicine, University of Geneva, Switzerland

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Abstract

Developments in the last several years have sparked renewed interest in the ethics of research involving humans. Issues relating to the global extent of research and its guiding principles are of particular importance to researchers, health officials, and individual ethics committees who want a deeper and more encompassing inquiry regarding the foundation and evolution of human research. This department of CQ launches a long overdue effort to explore these wider issues. Readers are invited to submit papers to Charles MacKay, 5011 Worthington Drive, Bethesda, MD, 20816, USA. E-mail: mackaycharles@yahoo.com. a



Footnotes

a Funding was provided by a research fund of the faculty of medicine, University of Geneva. I thank Prof. T.W. Harding and Prof. C.-N. Robert for their support.



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