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Research with Disabled Children: How Useful is Child‐centred Ethics?
The title of a collection on `ethics and methodology of research with children' implies that research with children necessarily raises unique questions about ethics and methods. Our paper questionsExpand
A History of Intelligence and Intellectual Disability: The Shaping of Psychology in Early Modern Europe
Contents: Introduction Part 1 Problematical Intellects in Ancient Greece: Ancient philosophy and the 'worst disability' Aristotle and the slave's intellect. Part 2 Intelligence and Disability:Expand
Theories of consent
This is the third in a series of six articles on the importance of theories and values in health research Series editor: Priscilla Alderson Consent is understood differently by various disciplinesExpand
Intellectual disability and the myth of the changeling myth.
  • C. Goodey, T. Stainton
  • Sociology, Medicine
  • Journal of the history of the behavioral sciences
  • 1 June 2001
This article investigates the historical sources for the idea of the "changeling" or substitute child as an explanation for congenital intellectual disability. Pre-modern sources for this idea areExpand
Blockheads, roundheads, pointy heads: intellectual disability and the brain before modern medicine.
  • C. Goodey
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of the history of the behavioral sciences
  • 1 March 2005
Recent work on the conceptual history of intellectual disability has pointed to a discontinuity in the seventeenth century, identifying the concept as essentially modern in a more radical sense thanExpand
From natural disability to the moral man: Calvinism and the history of psychology
  • C. Goodey
  • Sociology, Medicine
  • History of the human sciences
  • 1 August 2001
Some humanist theologians within the French Reformed Church in the 17th century developed the notion that a disability of the intellect could exist in nature independently of any moral defect,Expand
Human Rights and School Change: The Newham Story.
Approaching Disabilities a Capite ad Calcem: Hidden Themes in Roman Antiquity
This chapter offers an exciting and new overview of a subject rarely broached before: disability in Roman Antiquity. Studies on disability are mostly focused on the Modern Age, and the Middle AgesExpand