Science For Judges IV: Agent Orange Revisited and Human Behavior Research
Introduction by Margaret A. Berger
Characterization of Exposure to Agent Orange in Vietnam Veterans as a Basis for Epidemiological Studies
Jeanne Mager Stellman, Ph.D.
Steven D. Stellman, Ph.D., M.P.H.
The Early History of Scientific and Medical Research on “Agent Orange”
David A. Butler, Ph.D.
How Scientists View Causality and Assess Evidence: A Study of the Institute of Medicine’s Evaluation of Health Effects in Vietnam Veterans and Agent Orange
Irva Hertz-Picciotto, Ph.D., M.P.H.
The Role of Science in Department of Veterans Affairs Disability Compensation Policies for Environmental and Occupational Illnesses and Injuries
Mark Brown, Ph.D.
On the Use of Gender Stereotyping Research in Sex Discrimination Litigation
Eugene Borgida, Ph.D.
Assessing The Likelihood of Future Violence in Individuals with Mental Illness: Current Knowledge and Future Issues
Edward P. Mulvey, Ph.D.
Victories for Privacy and Losses for Journalism? Five Privacy Controversies from 2004 and Their Policy Implications for the Future of Reportage
Notes and Comments:
Undercover Marketing: If Omission is the Mission, Where is the Federal Trade Commission?
Brooke E. Crescenti
In Search of Congressional Intent: Does Lihprha Restrict State and Local Governments from Preserving Affordable Housing?
Broadnax V. Gonzalez: Questioning the Impact of Expanding Fetal Rights on Litigation and Healthcare in New York
Veiled Muslim Women and Driver’s License Photos: A Constitutional Analysis
Duty-To-Protect Claims by Inmates after the Prison Rape Elimination Act
David K. Ries