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Fri Mar 21 17:10:23 2014 UTClccn-n811479960.00Science and morality : new directions in bioethics ; [... based on papers presented at three conferences on science and morality organized by and held at Nazareth College of Rochester ...] /0.331.00The role of manganese in photosynthetic reactions and chloroplast structure of chlamydomonas reinhardi40708094n 81147996692759Teichler Zallen, DorisZallen, Doris T.-Zallen, Doris Teichler-lccn-n81147995Clements, Colleen D.edtlccn-n81021528Nazareth College of Rochesterlccn-nr97000661Dove, Chris Hayslccn-nr97017356Choices and Challenges Projectnc-virginia polytechnic institute and state universityVirginia Polytechnic Institute and State Universitylccn-no99005104Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State UniversityCenter for Interdisciplinary Studieslccn-n85184530Sagoff, Marklccn-n84021838Postel, Sandralccn-n81021987Linden, Eugenelccn-n50020015Hammond, Allen L.Teichler-Zallen, DorisPopular worksConference proceedingsHistoryForecastsGenetic screeningGenetic disorders--DiagnosisMedical ethicsBioethicsQuality of lifeComputers and civilizationComputers--Social aspectsInformation networks--Social aspectsWater conservationEconomic policyFreshwater ecologyFlorida--EvergladesWater-supplyNature conservationEthics, ModernTerminal careWater--PollutionWater in agricultureNorth America--Colorado RiverSocial policyEnvironmentalismWater rightsEnvironmental policyWater resources developmentMedicineRh factorIntelligence testsEducational tests and measurementsIntelligence levelsUnited StatesEnvironmental qualityTwenty-first centuryGenetic engineering--Moral and ethical aspectsEugenics--Moral and ethical aspectsHuman genetics--Moral and ethical aspectsGenetically modified foodsEnvironmental sciencesPesticidesPesticides--Government policyDIET (Event)EugenicsCanadaHuman ecologyRight to die--Moral and ethical aspectsFood industry and tradeScientistsCommunity life--Technological innovationsEnvironmental protectionWater quality managementDeath--Moral and ethical aspects194119661982199219941995199619971998200020032004200520082009201033462442616.042RB155.65ocn310882709ocn757262450ocn29937689219388ocn301796048com20080.29Teichler-Zallen, DorisTo test or not to test a guide to genetic screening and riskGenetic tests of our risks for disease offer practical medical benefits for some while for others, they do not prove useful. Often they raise many medical, ethical, and psychological concerns. To Test or Not to Test arms readers with questions that should be considered before they decide whether to pursue genetic screening. ? Am I at higher risk for a disorder?. ? Can genetic testing give me useful information?. ? Is the timing right for testing?. ? Do the benefits of having the genetic information outweigh the problems that testing can bring?. Doris Teichler Zallen provides a template to guid+-+52289086359493ocn035928801book19970.25Teichler-Zallen, DorisDoes it run in the family? : a consumer's guide to DNA testing for genetic disordersPopular worksinvolved in their decisions. It will also interest all readers who seek a clear explanation of the new DNA tests and the issues surrounding them+-+11997086352806ocn007998547book19820.73Science and morality : new directions in bioethicsConference proceedings292ocn033172735book19950.53Quality of life in the electronic village : a Choices and Challenges forum282ocn031532125book19940.53Quality of life at the end of life : a Choices and Challenges forum271ocn037764352book19970.47Quality of life in the global environment : preparing for the next centuryA public forum examining environmental trends, development strategies, and environmental aspects of ethical, social, and economic policies worldwide271ocn037764472book19970.47Quality of life in the global environment : sharing the earth's water supplyA discussion of the environmental aspects of world water policy. Extended discussion of water policy problems associated with the Colorado River and the Everglades is used to provide examples of complex water-supply problems221ocn057406616book20040.73The Rhesus factor and disease prevention : the transcript of a Witness Seminar held by the Wellcome Trust Centre for the History of Medicine at UCL, London, on 3 June 2003HistoryConference proceedings+-+5445939035111ocn037385782visu19960.56Quality of life in the electronic villageIn tape 1, Stephen Acker, Bryan Pfaffenberger, and Donald Lindberg describe the effects of the information highway on education, the workplace, and medicine. In tape 2, Deborah Johnson discusses social issues. Marc Rotenberg raises concerns about privacy. In tape 3, the panelists discuss issues of equity on the Internet. In tape 4, Donald Lindberg discusses telemedicine, including 'Nintendo surgery'61ocn038045039visu19970.81Quality of life in the global environment preparing for the next century : a Choices and Challenges forumForecasts52ocn047006123visu20000.86Bioethics & the human genomePanelists from a variety of disciplines discuss medical and genetic ethics and answer questions from the audience42ocn037385686visu19960.66Intelligence testingIn tape 1, psychologist Arthur Jensen defends his contention that intelligence is a fact of nature. He explains the 'g-factor' and maintains that it is correlated with a number of physical attributes. A different definition of intelligence and intelligent thinking is offered by psychologist Jonathan Baron, especially in relation to educational programs. Philosopher Richard Burian responds to the ideas put forth by Jensen and Baron. Tape 2 is Jensen's complete presentation, and tape 3 is Baron's complete presentation31ocn052989165visu20030.47Food frights? genetically modified foodsPanel forum, held April 11, 2002, that explores the health, environmental, social, ethical, and policy controversies surrounding the addition of genetically modified foods to our diet31ocn310882709book1982Science and morality : new directions in bioethics ; [... based on papers presented at three conferences on science and morality organized by and held at Nazareth College of Rochester ...]21ocn084650516file20040.23The Rhesus factor and disease prevention+-+544593903521ocn660822459visu20100.73Intelligence testing September 30, 1986In volume 1, psychologist Arthur Jensen defends his contention that intelligence is a fact of nature. He explains the 'g- factor' and maintains that it is correlated with a number of physical attributes. A different definition of intelligence and intelligent thinking is offered by psychologist Jonathan Baron, especially in relation to educational programs. Philosopher Richard Burian responds to the ideas put forth by Jensen and Baron. Volume 2 is Jensen's complete presentation, and Volume 3 is Baron's complete presentation21ocn077000021book19661.00Teichler-Zallen, DorisThe role of manganese in photosynthetic reactions and chloroplast structure of chlamydomonas reinhardi21ocn037385720visu19960.47An apple a day? the pesticide dilemmaIn tape 1, following an introductory segment outlining the nature of the pesticide dilemma, environmental historian Thomas Dunlap describes the history of pesticide use in the United States. In tape 2, John Thorne, Allan Abramson, and Charles Benbrook present contrasting viewpoints on the safety and effectiveness of pesticide use from the perspectives of industry, of the EPA, and of advocates for alternative strategies. Safety analyst William Lowrance adds his perspective11ocn037385733visu19961.00Food fightsIn tape 1, medical ethicist Haavi Morreim discusses limitations associated with carrying out research and the difficulties of drawing conclusions. In tape 2, biologist David Klurfeld summarizes research studies used to establish the relationship between cholesterol levels and mortality, and offers his criticism of these studies as well as other food and drug-related research. Cardiologist Dennis DeSilvey and consumer advocate Michael Jacobson challenge his assertions. In tape 3, consumer advocate Michael Jacobson challenges deception in the food industry and laziness in regulatory agencies. A lively discussion with cardiologist Dennis DeSilvey and biologist David Klurfeld follows11ocn037385752visu19961.00The genie in the genome the Human Genome ProjectHistoryIn tape 1, science policy analyst Robert Cook-Deegan and scientist Martin Rechsteiner disagree on the value of the Human Genome Project. In the question-and-answer segment following, historian Daniel Kevles and scientist Norton Zinder join the discussion. In tape 2, Cook-Deegan provides background on the goals of the Human Genome Project. Abbey Meyers, founder of the National Organization for Rare Disorders, responds by pointing out some of the possible social and ethical consequences of this scientiic effort. In tape 3, historian Daniel Kevles presents an overview of the history and politics behind the eugenics movement which flourished in the U.S., England, and Germany in the first half of the twentieth century11ocn613636263art19980.10Teichler, Zallen Doris: human geneticsBiographyDirectories+-+1199708635+-+1199708635Fri Mar 21 15:37:03 EDT 2014batch15314