VOICES-related publications


Singh, I & Wessley, S. Childhood: A suitable case for treatment? Lancet Psychiatry.

Fitzgerald, D, Rose, N & Singh, I. Revitalising Sociology: Urban Life and Mental Illness between History and the Present. British Journal of Sociology.

Singh, I. Evidence, epistemology and empirical ethics. In J. Ives et al (eds). Developments in Empirical Ethics Cambridge University Press.

Published Articles & Chapters

Graf, W & Singh, I. (2015). Can guidelines help reduce the medicalization of early childhood? Journal of Pediatrics 166(6), 1344-1346. Link to article

Singh, I. (2014). Authenticity, Values, and Context in Mental Disorder: The Case of Children with ADHD. Philosophy, Psychology & Psychiatry, 21(3), 237-240. Link to article

Singh, I., Bard, I., Jackson, JP. (2014). Robust resilience & substantial Interest: A survey of cognitive enhancement among university students in the UK and Ireland. PLOS One. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0105969. Link to article

Bárd, Imre & Singh, Ilina (2014) Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder: improving performance through brain–computer interface. In: Clausen, Jens and Neil, Levy, (eds.) Handbook of Neuroethics. Springer Netherlands, pp. 741-762. Link to article

Trundle, C., Singh, I., & Broer, C. (2014). Contest and Diagnosis. In A. Jutel and K. Birch. Sociology of Diagnosis. Johns Hopkins University Press.

Singh, I., Sinnott-Armstrong, W., & Savulescu, J. (Eds). (2013). BioPrediction, Biomarkers and Bad Behavior: Scientific, Legal and Ethical Challenges. Oxford University Press. Link to book

Singh, I. & Kelleher, K.J. (2013). The Case for Clinical Management of Neuroenhancement in Young People. In A. Chatterjee & M. Farah (eds) Neuroethics in Practice. New York, USA: Oxford University Press, 16-34.

Singh, I., Filipe, A.M., Bard, I., Bergey, M., & Baker, L. (2013). Globalization and Cognitive Enhancement: Emerging Social and Ethical Challenges for ADHD Clinicians. Current Psychiatry Reports, 15(385). doi: 10.1007/s11920-013-0385-0 Link to article

Singh, I. & Baker, L. (2013). ADHD and stigma: the role of environmental factors. ADHD in Practice, 5 (2), 4-7. Link to article

Ragan, C.I., Bard, I. & Singh, I. (2013). What should we do about student use of cognitive enhancers?: An analysis of current evidence. Neuropharmacology. Link to article

Singh, I. (2012). Brain-talk: Power and negotiation in children's discourse about self, brain and behaviour. Sociology of Health and Illness. Published online: 25 Oct 2012 doi: 10.1111/j.1467-9566.2012.01531.x (Open access) Link to article

Singh, I. (2012). Human development, nature and nurture: Working beyond the divide. BioSocieties. Advance on-line publication 3 September. doi:10.1057/biosoc.2012.20 Link to article

Singh, I. (2012). Not Robots: Children's perspectives on authenticity, moral agency and stimulant drug treatments. Journal of Medical Ethics. Advance on-line publication 28 August. doi:10.1136/medethics-2011-100224 Link to article (open access)
Commentaries: Hyman, Caplan, Rose, Singh

Singh, I. (2011). A disorder of anger and aggression: Children's perspectives on Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder in the UK. Social Science and Medicine 73, 889-896.  Link to article (open access)

Walsh, P., Elsabbagh, M., Bolton, P., & Singh, I. (2011). In search of biomarkers for autism: Scientific, policy and ethical challenges. Nature Reviews Neuroscience. Volume 12, 603 - 612.

Singh, I. & Wengaard, A.  (2011). Neuroscience and eating disorders: Implications of a neurobiological model for patients and families. In B. Lask & I. Hemming (eds) Eating Disorders: Neuroscientific Advances and Clinical Applications. London, UK: Wiley.

Singh, I. (2011). Listening to children with ADHD. In E. Parens and J. Johnston, "Troubled Children: Diagnosing, Treating, and Attending to Context," Special Report. Hastings Center Report 41 (2). childpsychiatry.thehastingscenter.org.

Singh, I. (2010). ELSI-Neuroscience should have a broad scope. American Journal of Bioethics-Neuroscience. 1(4), 11-12. 

Singh, I. & Keenan, S. (2010). The challenges and opportunities of qualitative health research with children. In I. Bourgeault, R. Dingwall & R. DeVries, Eds. The SAGE Handbook of Qualitative Methods in Health Research. London: Sage Press.

Singh, I., Ford, P., Jacova, D., & Illes, J. (2010). Being and thinking. In T. Kushner, Ed. Surviving Healthcare. Cambridge, UK: University of Cambridge Press, 222-245.

Singh, I., Kendall, T., Taylor, C., Hollis, C., Batty, M., Mears, A. Keenan, S. (2010). The experience of children and young people with ADHD and stimulant medication: A qualitative study for the NICE guideline. Child and Adolescent Mental Health. Published on-line May 2010, doi: 10.1111/j.1475-3588.2010.00565.x Link to article

Singh, I. & Kelleher, KJ. (2010). Neuroenhancement in young people: Proposal for research, policy and clinical management. American J of Bioethics- Neuroscience. 1 (1), 3-16.   Link to article Link to Chapter

Singh, I. (2010). Cryptic Coercion. Hastings Center Report, 40(1), 22-23.  Link to article

Singh, I. (2009). Psychotropic drugs in childhood: The case of stimulants. In G. Miller (ed) Pediatric Bioethics. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

Singh, I & Rose, N. (2009). Biomarkers in psychiatry: Promises and perils in the real world. Nature. 460 (7252), 202 - 207   Link to article

Singh, I. (2008). Beyond Polemics: Science and ethics of ADHD. Nature Rev Neuroscience, 9(12), 957-964.   Link to article

Singh, I. (2008). Culture, education, and ADHD. Early Child Development and Care.178 (4), 347-361   Link to article

Singh, I., Keenan, S., & Mears, A. (2008). Service users' experiences of stimulant drug medication. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: Full Guideline for Consultation, pp 94-8. National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence: London.

Frazzetto, G, Keenan, S & Singh, I. (2007). I Bambini e le droghe: The Right to Ritalin vs the Right to Childhood in Italy. BioSocieties 2(4), 393-412. Link to article

Singh, I. (2007). Not just naughty: 50 years of stimulant drug advertising. Medicating Modern America (eds. A. Toon & E. Watkins), NYU Press, 131-155.   Link to article

Singh, I. (2007). Capacity and competence in children as research participants. EMBO Reports, 8, 35-39.   Link to article

Singh, I. (2007). Clinical implications of ethical concepts: The case of children taking stimulants for ADHD. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 12(2), 167-182.  
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Singh, I. (2007). Authentic Problematics of Empirical Ethics: Response to D. Micah Hester. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 12(2), 189-190.

Singh, I. (2006). A framework for understanding trends in ADHD diagnosis and stimulant drug treatment: Schools and schooling as a case study. BioSocieties, 1(4), 439-452.   Link to article

Singh, I. (2005). "Will the 'real boy' please behave: Dosing dilemmas for parents of boys with ADHD." American J. of Bioethics 5(3), 34-47.   Link to article

Singh, I. (2004). Doing their jobs: Mothering with Ritalin in a culture of mother-blame. Social Science and Medicine 59(6), 1193-1205.   Link to article

Singh, I. (2003). Boys will be boys: Fathers' perspectives on ADHD symptoms, diagnosis and drug treatment. Harvard Review of Psychiatry, 11(6), 308-316.

Singh, I. (2002). Biology in context: Social and cultural perspectives on ADHD. Children and Society, 16, 360-367.   Link to article

Singh, I. (2002). Bad boys, good mothers and the 'miracle' of Ritalin. Science in Context, 15(4), 577-603.  Link to article