2000 - Member of the National Academy of Medicine (NAM)
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Psychiatry, Informed consent, Clinical psychology, MEDLINE and Mental health. His Psychiatry research integrates issues from Clinical research and Psychometrics. Paul S. Appelbaum has included themes like Research design, Competence, Cognition and Medical education in his Informed consent study.
As part of one scientific family, Paul S. Appelbaum deals mainly with the area of Clinical psychology, narrowing it down to issues related to the Mental illness, and often Socioeconomic status. His MEDLINE research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Placebo and Disease. His Therapeutic misconception research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Subject and Family medicine.
Paul S. Appelbaum mostly deals with Psychiatry, Informed consent, Mental health, Law and Clinical psychology. Many of his research projects under Psychiatry are closely connected to Suicide prevention, Injury prevention and Human factors and ergonomics with Suicide prevention, Injury prevention and Human factors and ergonomics, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. His Informed consent study incorporates themes from Competence, Cognition, Research ethics and Family medicine.
Paul S. Appelbaum interconnects Legislation and Public health in the investigation of issues within Mental health. His Supreme court and Statute investigations are all subjects of Law research. Occupational safety and health is often connected to Medical emergency in his work.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Psychiatry, Informed consent, Genetic testing, Mental illness and MEDLINE. His work on Mental health and Schizophrenia as part of general Psychiatry research is frequently linked to Suicide prevention, Injury prevention and Human factors and ergonomics, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. His research in Mental health intersects with topics in Law and Forensic psychiatry.
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His primary scientific interests are in Psychiatry, Informed consent, MEDLINE, Mental illness and Genetic testing. His Psychiatry study combines topics in areas such as Bioethics and Set. His studies deal with areas such as Optimism, Context, Cognition and Family medicine as well as Informed consent.
His work deals with themes such as Position paper, Best practice and Medical emergency, which intersect with MEDLINE. His Mental illness research incorporates themes from Sex factors and Occupational safety and health. His study in Clinical psychology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Schizophrenia and Public health.
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Rethinking Risk Assessment: The MacArthur Study of Mental Disorder and Violence
John Monahan;Henry J. Steadman;Eric Silver;Paul S. Appelbaum.
Violence by people discharged from acute psychiatric inpatient facilities and by others in the same neighborhoods.
Henry J. Steadman;Edward P. Mulvey;John Monahan;Pamela Clark Robbins.
Archives of General Psychiatry (1998)
Assessing patients' capacities to consent to treatment
Paul S. Appelbaum;Thomas Grisso.
The New England Journal of Medicine (1988)
Assessing Competence to Consent to Treatment: A Guide for Physicians and Other Health Professionals
Thomas Grisso;Paul S. Appelbaum.
Assessment of Patients' Competence to Consent to Treatment
Paul S. Appelbaum.
The New England Journal of Medicine (2007)
Informed Consent: Legal Theory and Clinical Practice
Paul S. Appelbaum;Charles W. Lidz;Alan Meisel.
False Hopes and Best Data: Consent to Research and the Therapeutic Misconception
Paul S. Appelbaum;Loren H. Roth;Charles W. Lidz;Paul Benson.
Hastings Center Report (1987)
The therapeutic misconception: informed consent in psychiatric research
Paul S. Appelbaum;Loren H. Roth;Charles W. Lidz.
International Journal of Law and Psychiatry (1982)
The MacArthur Treatment Competence Study. III: Abilities of patients to consent to psychiatric and medical treatments.
Thomas Grisso;Paul S. Appelbaum.
Law and Human Behavior (1995)
Insight in schizophrenia. Its relationship to acute psychopathology.
Joseph P. McEvoy;L. Joy Apperson;Paul S. Appelbaum;Priscilla Ortlip.
Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease (1989)
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