Articles IN PRESS
Singh, I. & Kelleher, K.J. Brain enhancement in children. In M. Farah & A. Chatterjee (eds) Neuroethics in Practice. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.
Published Articles & Chapters
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
Ragan, C.I., Bard, I. & Singh, I. (2012). What should we do about student use of
cognitive enhancers?: An analysis of current evidence. Neuropharmacology. Link to article
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
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. (2008). Bambini e le droghe: The case of ADHD and Ritalin 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),
Link to article
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