Adrian Carter
Adrian Carter
School of Psychological Sciences, Monash University
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The brain disease model of addiction: is it supported by the evidence and has it delivered on its promises?
W Hall, A Carter, C Forlini
The Lancet Psychiatry 2 (1), 105-110, 2015
Impulse control disorders in patients with Parkinson's disease receiving dopamine replacement therapy: evidence and implications for the addictions field
P Ambermoon, A Carter, WD Hall, NNW Dissanayaka, JD O'sullivan
Addiction 106 (2), 283-293, 2011
The relationship between weight stigma and eating behavior is explained by weight bias internalization and psychological distress
KS O'Brien, JD Latner, RM Puhl, LR Vartanian, C Giles, K Griva, A Carter
Appetite 102, 70-76, 2016
Addiction neuroethics: The promises and perils of neuroscience research on addiction
A Carter, W Hall
Cambridge University Press, 2011
Caveolin-1 is required for lateral line neuromast and notochord development
SJ Nixon, A Carter, J Wegner, C Ferguson, M Floetenmeyer, J Riches, ...
Journal of cell science 120 (13), 2151-2161, 2007
The neurobiology of “food addiction” and its implications for obesity treatment and policy
A Carter, J Hendrikse, N Lee, M Yücel, A Verdejo-Garcia, ZB Andrews, ...
Annual review of nutrition 36, 105-128, 2016
Public views on food addiction and obesity: implications for policy and treatment
NM Lee, J Lucke, WD Hall, C Meurk, FM Boyle, A Carter
PloS one 8 (9), e74836, 2013
Proposals to trial deep brain stimulation to treat addiction are premature
A Carter, W Hall
Addiction 106 (2), 235-237, 2011
Why don’t smokers want help to quit? A qualitative study of smokers’ attitudes towards assisted vs. unassisted quitting
K Morphett, B Partridge, C Gartner, A Carter, W Hall
International journal of environmental research and public health 12 (6 …, 2015
The genetics of nicotine addiction liability: ethical and social policy implications
WD Hall, CE Gartner, A Carter
Addiction 103 (3), 350-359, 2008
Mobile phones in research and treatment: ethical guidelines and future directions
A Carter, J Liddle, W Hall, H Chenery
JMIR mHealth and uHealth 3 (4), 2015
Informed consent to opioid agonist maintenance treatment: Recommended ethical guidelines
A Carter, W Hall
International Journal of Drug Policy 19 (1), 79-89, 2008
Ethical issues raised by proposals to treat addiction using deep brain stimulation
A Carter, E Bell, E Racine, W Hall
Neuroethics 4 (2), 129-142, 2011
The issue of consent in research that administers drugs of addiction to addicted persons
A Carter, W Hall
Accountability in Research 15 (4), 209-225, 2008
I miss being me: Phenomenological effects of deep brain stimulation
F Gilbert, E Goddard, JNM Viaña, A Carter, M Horne
AJOB Neuroscience 8 (2), 96-109, 2017
Four ethical priorities for neurotechnologies and AI
R Yuste, S Goering, G Bi, JM Carmena, A Carter, JJ Fins, P Friesen, ...
Nature News 551 (7679), 159, 2017
Researchers’ perspectives on scientific and ethical issues with transcranial direct current stimulation: An international survey
K Riggall, C Forlini, A Carter, W Hall, M Weier, B Partridge, M Meinzer
Scientific reports 5, 10618, 2015
Knockdown of zebrafish crim1 results in a bent tail phenotype with defects in somite and vascular development
G Kinna, G Kolle, A Carter, B Key, GJ Lieschke, A Perkins, MH Little
Mechanisms of development 123 (4), 277-287, 2006
How is acceptance of the brain disease model of addiction related to Australians’ attitudes towards addicted individuals and treatments for addiction?
C Meurk, A Carter, B Partridge, J Lucke, W Hall
BMC psychiatry 14 (1), 373, 2014
Views of Addiction Neuroscientists and Clinicians on the Clinical Impact of a ‘Brain Disease Model of Addiction’
S Bell, A Carter, R Mathews, C Gartner, J Lucke, W Hall
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