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Medical imaging

Judy Illes
2004 Academic Radiology  
Address correspondence to J.I. e-mail: © AUR, 2004 doi:10.1016/j.acra.2004.05.009  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.acra.2004.05.009 pmid:15217587 fatcat:skdz3upkyredblpnuynur4cfdm

Blurring our edges

Judy Illes
2007 Nature  
In this paper, we put two concepts together: Shortest paths and starant graphs. We calculate the costs involved in putting two randomly selected individuals in contact in a controlled network. That would be the costs in terms of public health. Disease spread became our main concern in what comes to the starant graphs in the year of 2002 because that is one of the directions the work of Comellas et al. and Watts et al. pointed at, and our work is inspired in theirs. Other factors, such as
more » ... and unexpected, contact between individuals, are disregarded, so that if the individual visits the clinic that belongs to Mister X, his mate, but his usual doctor, Mister Y, is not there, and he is then served by Miss R, we will need new calculations, what means that we go from predictive power to disgrace power, and that frontally opposes our initial intentions with this work.
doi:10.1038/450351a fatcat:wx67bwyabrgjpedomv6zfcdzmu

Brain Imaging

Eric Racine, Ofek Bar-Ilan, Judy Illes
2006 Science communication  
There has also been a steady expansion of studies with social and policy implications (Illes, Kirschen, and Gabrieli 2003) .  ...  Social concerns occur when results are invested with broader cultural meaning that can lead to social tensions (Racine, Bar-Ilan, and Illes 2005) .  ... 
doi:10.1177/1075547006291990 pmid:17330151 pmcid:PMC1805690 fatcat:2652vfsq4za45epljyxu5za26u

Neurobiological narratives: experiences of mood disorder through the lens of neuroimaging

Daniel Z. Buchman, Emily L. Borgelt, Louise Whiteley, Judy Illes
2012 Sociology of Health and Illness  
There has been little investigation of how individuals living with mental illness view functional neuroimaging, or of the potential psychological impacts of its clinical use.  ...  We discuss these anticipated outcomes in the context of participant lived experience and attitudes to biologisation of mental illness, and argue for bringing these voices into upstream ethics discussion  ...  An emphasis on neurobiology can also divert attention from the complexities of living with mental illness.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1467-9566.2012.01478.x pmid:22554090 pmcid:PMC3414674 fatcat:igbuzfvmbjfi3pp5fbxzlzu2ou

Police Training and Specialized Approaches to Respond to People With Mental Illnesses

Judy Hails, Randy Borum
2003 Crime and delinquency  
Approximately one third of the agencies (32%) had some specialized response for dealing with calls involving people with mental illnesses.  ...  Eighty-four medium and large law enforcement agencies reported the amount of training provided on mental-health-related issues and the use of specialized responses for calls involving people with mental illnesses  ...  Numerous studies from around the country show that between 6% and 15% of all jail inmates have a severe mental illness (Lamb & Weinberger, 1998) .  ... 
doi:10.1177/0011128702239235 fatcat:wmg4b55vknfivhopot25m3bawq

Responsabilités Neuroéthiques

Eric Racine, Judy Illes
2006 Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences  
Nous proposons et discutons d'un cadre général de responsabilités neuroéthiques en réponse aux défis émergents (Tableau 3, inspiré de Racine 78 et Illes, Racine et Kirschen 10 ).  ...  Illes).  ...  bourse postdoctorale du Conseil de recherches en sciences humaines du Canada et une subvention des National Institutes of Health/National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, R01 #NS045831 (Judy  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0317167100005126 fatcat:lqty4romvbc3zpktcvjm72saue

Tangles of Neurogenetics, Neuroethics, and Culture

Elana Brief, Judy Illes
2010 Neuron  
To reduce the understanding of illness to a genetic explanation may be a disservice to a community.  ...  Explanatory models of illness create order and meaning (Kleinman, 1978) , and influence the care that is given.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neuron.2010.09.041 pmid:20955922 fatcat:wqziwb7ukrcl5mlslvxrme4at4

Neuroethical Responsibilities

Eric Racine, Judy Illes
2006 Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences  
CASE 2 ENHANCING HUMAN COGNITION The expected benefits of neuroscience are intimately associated with the alleviation of neurological and psychiatric illness.  ...  They thus contribute to the improvement in the quality of life of patients suffering from illness for which there is often still too few treatment options.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0317167100005138 fatcat:hzdt6trtqze4jbolrar2ugphnu

Reducing barriers to ethics in neuroscience

Judy Illes
2010 Frontiers in Human Neuroscience  
, 2009; Buchman and Illes, 2010) .  ...  The obligation to take note of societal implications of neuroscience has been expressed in a growing number of publications (Caplan, 2002; Illes and Racine, 2005; Leshner, 2005; Illes, 2006; Illes and  ...  Illes, Tairyan, Federico, Tabet and Glover.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fnhum.2010.00167 pmid:20953291 pmcid:PMC2955400 fatcat:vw472dqaarauzfhesaxr2vnyz4

Mandate ethics methods in papers

James A. Anderson, Marleen Eijkholt, Judy Illes
2012 Nature  
doi:10.1038/487432a pmid:22836987 fatcat:apmhzlciurcg7j6ufouxsypjli

Genetic Testing and Neuroimaging: Trading off Benefit and Risk for Youth with Mental Illness

Grace Lee, Ania Mizgalewicz, Emily Borgelt, Judy Illes
2014 Annals of Psychiatry and Mental Health  
According to the World Health Organization, mental illness is one of the leading causes of disability worldwide. The first onset of mental illness usually occurs during childhood or adolescence.  ...  Practitioners anticipated three major benefits associated with clinical introduction of imaging and genetic testing in the mental health care for youth: (1) improved understanding of illness, (2) more  ...  Judy Illes is Canada Research Chair in Neuroethics.  ... 
pmid:26949737 pmcid:PMC4775083 fatcat:wc63flyoufgpbogn57rq2fsfy4

The Paradox of Addiction Neuroscience

Daniel Z. Buchman, Judy Illes, Peter B. Reiner
2010 Neuroethics  
illness based on biological rather than psychosocial factors [75, 76] .  ...  A later study confirmed this finding as Phelan [78] demonstrated that attributing genetic causes to mental illness increased both the perceived seriousness and persistence of mental illness.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12152-010-9079-z fatcat:a7rvirncnnb3tjzgurhp5bsz2a

From neuroimaging to neuroethics

Judy Illes, Matthew P. Kirschen, John D.E. Gabrieli
2003 Nature Neuroscience  
doi:10.1038/nn0303-205 pmid:12601375 fatcat:quhcgymc6vdptgwpiu57td56ra

Reflections on translation

Shelly Benjaminy, Cody Lo, Judy Illes, Anthony Traboulsee
2018 Neurology Clinical Practice  
Judy Illes: study design, implementation, data analysis and synthesis, and writing of manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1212/cpj.0000000000000462 pmid:30105163 pmcid:PMC6075987 fatcat:q3vpbsauwrbwzatbmrcsitk3e4

Tenure in Supportive Housing for Homeless Persons With Severe Mental Illness

Frank R. Lipton, Carole Siegel, Anthony Hannigan, Judy Samuels, Sherryl Baker
2000 Psychiatric Services  
One of the first housing studies compared two groups of homeless persons with serious mental illness (4) .  ...  High-intensity settings are exclusively dedicated to persons with serious mental illness and are licensed by the state.  ... 
doi:10.1176/ pmid:10737823 fatcat:6dbcuiwj7bh5znnp6w2kv46bo4
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