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Laura Y. Cabrera
Laura Y. Cabrera
Associate Professor of Neuroethics, Dept. Engineering Science and Mechanics, Penn State University
Verified email at psu.edu
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Alzheimer’s disease in the Latino community: intersection of genetics and social determinants of health
IE Vega, LY Cabrera, CM Wygant, D Velez-Ortiz, SE Counts
Journal of Alzheimer's disease 58 (4), 979-992, 2017
1062017
Ethics of the electrified mind: defining issues and perspectives on the principled use of brain stimulation in medical research and clinical care
LY Cabrera, EL Evans, RH Hamilton
Brain topography 27, 33-45, 2014
962014
Rethinking human enhancement: social enhancement and emergent technologies
LY Cabrera
Springer, 2015
652015
Ethics of digital mental health during COVID-19: crisis and opportunities
N Martinez-Martin, I Dasgupta, A Carter, JA Chandler, P Kellmeyer, ...
JMIR Mental Health 7 (12), e23776, 2020
552020
Empirical support for the moral salience of the therapy-enhancement distinction in the debate over cognitive, affective and social enhancement
LY Cabrera, NS Fitz, PB Reiner
Neuroethics 8, 243-256, 2015
392015
A novel sequential mixed-method technique for contrastive analysis of unscripted qualitative data: Contrastive quantitized content analysis
LY Cabrera, PB Reiner
Sociological Methods & Research 47 (3), 532-548, 2018
362018
Reasons for comfort and discomfort with pharmacological enhancement of cognitive, affective, and social domains
LY Cabrera, NS Fitz, PB Reiner
Neuroethics 8, 93-106, 2015
342015
The interplay of environmental exposures and mental health: setting an agenda
A Reuben, EM Manczak, LY Cabrera, M Alegria, ML Bucher, EC Freeman, ...
Environmental health perspectives 130 (2), 025001, 2022
292022
The re-emergence of psychiatric neurosurgery: insights from a cross-national study of newspaper and magazine coverage
LY Cabrera, M Bittlinger, H Lou, S Müller, J Illes
Acta neurochirurgica 160, 625-635, 2018
292018
Brain matters: from environmental ethics to environmental neuroethics
LY Cabrera, J Tesluk, M Chakraborti, R Matthews, J Illes
Environmental Health 15 (1), 1-5, 2016
262016
“They are invasive in different ways.”: Stakeholders’ perceptions of the invasiveness of psychiatric electroceutical interventions
R Bluhm, M Cortright, ED Achtyes, LY Cabrera
AJOB neuroscience 14 (1), 1-12, 2023
242023
Should DBS for psychiatric disorders be considered a form of psychosurgery? Ethical and legal considerations
D Stahl, L Cabrera, T Gibb
Science and Engineering Ethics 24, 1119-1142, 2018
222018
Pesticides: A case domain for environmental neuroethics
LY Cabrera
Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 26 (4), 602-615, 2017
222017
Visioneering and the role of active engagement and assessment
LY Cabrera Trujillo
NanoEthics 8, 201-206, 2014
212014
What we (should) talk about when we talk about deep brain stimulation and personal identity
R Bluhm, L Cabrera, R McKenzie
Neuroethics 13, 289-301, 2020
192020
Critical appraisal of the recent US FDA approval for earlier DBS intervention
LY Cabrera, J Goudreau, C Sidiropoulos
Neurology 91 (3), 133-136, 2018
192018
Converging approaches to understanding early onset familial Alzheimer disease: A First Nation study
LY Cabrera, BL Beattie, E Dwosh, J Illes
SAGE Open Medicine 3, 2050312115621766, 2015
192015
Addressing the disparities in dementia risk, early detection and care in Latino populations: Highlights from the second Latinos & Alzheimer's Symposium
YT Quiroz, M Solis, MP Aranda, AI Arbaje, M Arroyo‐Miranda, LY Cabrera, ...
Alzheimer's & Dementia 18 (9), 1677-1686, 2022
162022
Online comments about psychiatric neurosurgery and psychopharmacological interventions: public perceptions and concerns
LY Cabrera, M Brandt, R McKenzie, R Bluhm
Social Science & Medicine 220, 184-192, 2019
162019
Human–animal chimera: a neuro driven discussion? Comparison of three leading European research countries
LY Cabrera Trujillo, S Engel-Glatter
Science and engineering ethics 21, 595-617, 2015
162015
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