Publications

Bioethics

Arora, C., Savulescu, J., Maslen, H., Selgelid, M., & Wilkinson, D. (2016). The Intensive Care Lifeboat: a survey of lay attitudes to rationing dilemmas in neonatal intensive care. BMC Medical Ethics, 17(1), 69.

Maslen, H., & Savulescu, J. (2016). Neurofeedback for moral enhancement: irreversibility, freedom, and advantages over drugs. AJOB Neuroscience.

Maslen, H. (2016) ‘Towards An Ethical Framework For Regulating The Market For Cognitive Enhancement Devices’ in F. Jotterand & V. Dubljevic (eds.), Cognitive enhancement: Ethical and policy implications in international perspectives, Oxford University Press, 275-292.

Maslen, H., Pugh, J., & Savulescu, J. (2015). Authenticity and the Stimulated Self: Neurosurgery for Anorexia Nervosa. AJOB Neuroscience, 6(4), 69-71.

Maslen, H., Pugh, J., & Savulescu, J. (2015). The Ethics of Deep Brain Stimulation for the Treatment of Anorexia Nervosa. Neuroethics, 1-16.

Maslen, H., Douglas, T., Kadosh, R. C., Levy, N., & Savulescu, J. (2015). ‘The regulation of cognitive enhancement devices: Refining Maslen et al’s model’, Journal of Law and the Biosciences.

Pugh, J., Kahane, G., Maslen, H., and Savulescu, J. (2015), ‘Lay Attitudes Towards Deception in Medicine: Theoretical Considerations and Empirical Evidence’, AJOB Empirical Bioethics, Online First.

Maslen, H., Earp, B. D., Cohen Kadosh, R., & Savulescu, J. (2015). ‘Brain stimulation for ‘treatment’ and ‘enhancement’ in children: An ethical analysis’, Frontiers in Human Neuroscience.

Goold, I. & Maslen, H. (2015), ‘Responsibility Enhancement and the Law of Negligence’, in J. Clausen and N. Levy (Eds.), Handbook of Neuroethics, Springer.

Goold, I. & Maslen. H. (2015) ‘Obliging Surgeons to Enhance: Negligence Liability for Uncorrected Fatigue and Problems with Proving Causation’, Medical Law Review.

Maslen, H., Santoni de Sio, F., and Faber, N. (2015). ‘With Cognitive Enhancement Comes Great Responsibility?’, in B.J. Koops et al. (eds.) Responsible Innovation, Volume 2, Dordrecht: Springer.

Savulescu, J. & Maslen, H. (2014), ‘Moral Artificial Intelligence: Moral AI?’, in Jan Romportl, Eva Zackova, Jozef Kelemen (eds.) Beyond Artificial Intelligence: The Disappearing Human-Machine Divide, Springer.

Maslen, H., Faulmüller, N., & Savulescu, J. (2014). Pharmacological cognitive enhancement–how neuroscientific research could advance ethical debate. Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience, 8, 107.

Maslen, H., & Savulescu, J. (2014). First Phase 1 Optogenetic Trials Should Be Conducted in People Who Are Dying. AJOB Neuroscience, 5(3), 16-18.

Maslen, H., Douglas, T., Kadosh, R. C., Levy, N., & Savulescu, J. (2014). ‘The regulation of cognitive enhancement devices: extending the medical model’, Journal of Law and the Biosciences, 1(1), 68-93.

Goold, I., & Maslen, H. (2014). ‘Must the Surgeon Take the Pill? Negligence Duty in the Context of Cognitive Enhancement’, The Modern Law Review, 77(1), 60-86.

Hewstone, M. & Maslen, H. (2013), ‘Intergroup Forgiveness and Apology: Psychological Research and Philosophical Considerations’, in C.A. Lewis, M.B. Rogers, K.M. Loewenthal, R. Amlot, M. Cinnirella, & H. Ansari (eds.). Aspects of terrorism and martyrdom: Dying for good, dying for God, Lampeter, UK: Edwin Mellen Press.

Maslen, H., Savulescu, J., Douglas, T., Levy, N., & Cohen Kadosh, R. (2013). ‘Regulation of devices for cognitive enhancement’, The Lancet, 382(9896), 938-939.

Maslen, H., Douglas, T., Cohen Kadosh, R., Levy, N., & Savulescu, J. (2013), ‘Do-it-yourself brain stimulation: a regulatory model’, Journal of Medical Ethics, Online First.

Bambery, B., Selgelid, M., Maslen, H., Pollard, A. J., & Savulescu, J. (2013). ‘The Case for Mandatory Flu Vaccination of Children’, The American Journal of Bioethics, 13(9), 38-40.

Faulmüller, N., Maslen, H., & de Sio, F. S. (2013), ‘The Indirect Psychological Costs of Cognitive Enhancement’, The American Journal of Bioethics, 13(7): 45-47.

Santoni de Sio, F., Maslen, H. & Faulmüller, N. (2012), ‘The Necessity of Objective standards for Moral Enhancement’, AJOB Neuroscience, 3: 15-16.

Penal theory and criminal justice

Maslen, H. (2015), Remorse, Penal Theory and Sentencing, Oxford: Hart Publishing.

Pugh, J. & Maslen, H. (2015), ‘”Drugs That Make You Feel Bad?” Remorse-Based Mitigation and Neurointerventions’, Criminal Law and Philosophy.

Maslen, H. (2015), ‘Penitence and Persistence: How Should Sentencing Factors Interact?’, in J. V. Roberts, Exploring Sentencing Practice in England and Wales, Palgrave McMillan.

Maslen, H. (2015), ‘Book review: Showing Remorse: Law and the Social Control of Emotion’, Criminology and Criminal Justice, 15(3), 380-382.

Roberts, J.V. & Maslen, H. (2014), ‘After the Crime: Post-Offence Conduct and Penal Censure’, in A. Simester, U. Neumann & A. du Bois-Pedain (eds.) Liberal Criminal Theory: Essays for Andreas von Hirsch, Oxford: Hart Publishing.

Maslen, H. & Roberts, J.V. (2013), ‘The Role of Remorse at Sentencing: An Analysis of Guidelines and Empirical Practice’, in A. Ashworth & J.V. Roberts, (eds.) Sentencing Guidelines: Exploring the English Model, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Maslen, H. (2012), ‘Aggravating and Mitigating Assault: The Impact of the New Definitive Sentencing Guideline’, Criminal Bar Quarterly, 4: 6-7.

Policy Papers and Documents

Oxford Martin School Policy paper on regulation of cognitive enhancement devices: Mind Machines: Regulating Cognitive Enhancement Devices, April 2014

Working document on regulatory assessment of risks and benefits of consumer non-invasive neuromodulation devices, August 2016