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Habits, Nudges, and Consent

Habits, Nudges, and Consent Nudging and Informed Consent problem with informed consent is that it is messy, frus- Council policy statement: Ethical conduct for research involv- trating, and time-consuming, and that it allows people to ing humans. Available at: http://www.pre.etics.gc.ca/eng/policy- choose freely but unwisely, what can one say except that in- politique/initiatives/tcps2-eptc2/default (accessed April 4, 2013). formed consent is the worst possible way to make medical Cohen, S. 2013. Nudging and informed consent. American Journal of decisions, except for all the other ways? Bioethics 13(6): 3–11. In this context, libertarian paternalism isn’t an oxy- Colander, D., and A. Q. L. Chong. 2010. The choice architecture moron. It’s doublespeak. Ironically, although Cohen thinks of choice architecture: Toward a non-paternalistic nudge policy. he knows a potential clash of fundamental values when Journal of Economic Analysis 1: 42–48. he sees one, he seems to have a blind spot where nudging Devisch, I. 2011. Progress in medicine: Autonomy, oughtonomy and informed consent are concerned. If a picture is worth and nudging. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice 17: 857–861. a thousand words, and if ever one should judge a book by its cover, the cover of Nudge, which depicts a large adult Institute of Medicine. 2011. Clinical http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png American Journal of Bioethics Taylor & Francis

Habits, Nudges, and Consent

American Journal of Bioethics , Volume 13 (6): 3 – Jun 1, 2013
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1536-0075
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1526-5161
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10.1080/15265161.2013.781711
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Nudging and Informed Consent problem with informed consent is that it is messy, frus- Council policy statement: Ethical conduct for research involv- trating, and time-consuming, and that it allows people to ing humans. Available at: http://www.pre.etics.gc.ca/eng/policy- choose freely but unwisely, what can one say except that in- politique/initiatives/tcps2-eptc2/default (accessed April 4, 2013). formed consent is the worst possible way to make medical Cohen, S. 2013. Nudging and informed consent. American Journal of decisions, except for all the other ways? Bioethics 13(6): 3–11. In this context, libertarian paternalism isn’t an oxy- Colander, D., and A. Q. L. Chong. 2010. The choice architecture moron. It’s doublespeak. Ironically, although Cohen thinks of choice architecture: Toward a non-paternalistic nudge policy. he knows a potential clash of fundamental values when Journal of Economic Analysis 1: 42–48. he sees one, he seems to have a blind spot where nudging Devisch, I. 2011. Progress in medicine: Autonomy, oughtonomy and informed consent are concerned. If a picture is worth and nudging. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice 17: 857–861. a thousand words, and if ever one should judge a book by its cover, the cover of Nudge, which depicts a large adult Institute of Medicine. 2011. Clinical

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