Rainey, S, Maslen, H., et al. (forthcoming). Neuroprosthetic speech: The ethical significance of accuracy, control and pragmatics, Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics.

Pugh, J., Pycroft, L., Maslen, H., Aziz, T., & Savulescu, J. (2018). Evidence-Based Neuroethics, Deep Brain Stimulation and Personality-Deflating, but not Bursting, the Bubble. Neuroethics, 1-12.

Maslen, H., Cheeran, B., Pugh, J., Pycroft, L., Boccard, S., Prangnell, S., … & Aziz, T. (2018). Unexpected complications of novel deep brain stimulation treatments: ethical issues and clinical recommendations. Neuromodulation: Technology at the Neural Interface, 21(2), 135-143.

Maslen, H. and Savulescu, J. (2018). The Ethics of Virtual Reality and Teleprescence, in T. Prescott, N. Lepora, and P. Verschure (eds.), Living Machines: A Handbook of Research in Biomimetics and Biohybrid Systems, Oxford University Press.

Pillutla, V., Maslen, H., & Savulescu, J. (2018). Rationing elective surgery for smokers and obese patients: responsibility or prognosis?. BMC medical ethics, 19(1), 28.

Pugh, J., Maslen, H., & Savulescu, J. (2018). Deep Brain Stimulation, Authenticity and Value (vol 26, pg 640, 2017). Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics, 27(1), 179-179.

Maslen, H. (2017) Policymaking for Human Enhancement Technologies: Scientific Description, Philosophical Prescription, and the Constraints of Law. Journal of Law, Information and Science.

Pugh, J., Maslen, H., & Savulescu, J. (2017). The Need for Further Fine-Grained Distinctions in Discussions of Authenticity and Deep Brain Stimulation. AJOB Neuroscience, 8(3), W1-W3.

Savulescu, J., Douglas, T., Maslen, H., Bambery, B., Selgelid, M., Giubilini, A., & Pollard, A. (2017). Influenza vaccination strategies should target children, Public Health Ethics.

Giubilini, A., Douglas, T., Maslen, H., & Savulescu, J. (2017). Quarantine, isolation and the duty of easy rescue in public health. Developing World Bioethics.

Giubilini, A., Birkl, P., Douglas, T., Savulescu, J., & Maslen, H. (2017). Taxing Meat: Taking Responsibility for One’s Contribution to Antibiotic Resistance. Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics, 30(2), 179-198.

Pugh, J., Maslen, H., & Savulescu, J. (2017). Ethical surgical placebo-controlled trials of deep brain stimulation for treatment-resistant anorexia nervosa. The Lancet Psychiatry, 4(6), 441-442.

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, 7(2), 120-122.

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, 8(3), 215-230.

Maslen, H., Douglas, T., Cohen Kadosh, R., Levy, N., & Savulescu, J. (2015). The regulation of cognitive enhancement devices: refining Maslen et al.’s model. Journal of Law and the Biosciences, 2(3), 754-767.

Pugh, J., Kahane, G., Maslen, H., & Savulescu, J. (2015). Lay attitudes toward deception in medicine: Theoretical considerations and empirical evidence. AJOB empirical bioethics, 7(1), 31-38.

Maslen, H., Earp, B. D., Kadosh, R. C., & Savulescu, J. (2015). Brain stimulation for treatment and enhancement in children: an ethical analysis. Frontiers in human neuroscience, 8.

Goold, I., & Maslen, H. (2015). Responsibility Enhancement and the Law of Negligence. In Handbook of Neuroethics (pp. 1363-1380). Springer Netherlands.

Goold, I., & Maslen, H. (2015). Obliging surgeons to enhance: negligence liability for uncorrected fatigue and problems with proving causation. Medical law review, 23(3), 427-454.

Maslen, H., de Sio, F. S., & Faber, N. (2015). With cognitive enhancement comes great responsibility?. In Responsible Innovation 2 (pp. 121-138). Springer International Publishing.

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., Kadosh, R. C., Levy, N., & Savulescu, J. (2013). Do-it-yourself brain stimulation: a regulatory model. Journal of Medical Ethics, 41(5), 413-414.

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.

Punishment 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