Banja Research

Banja J, Fins JJ. Forthcoming. Ethics in Brain Injury Medicine. In Zasler N, Katz DI, Zafonte RD (eds). Brain Injury Medicine, Second Edition. New York: Demos Medical Publishing.

Banja J. Forthcoming. Professional Deviance. In Cockerham WC, Dingwall R, Wuah S (eds). The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Health, Illness, Behavior, and Society. Oxford, UK: Wiley-Blackwell.

Banja J, Eisen A. Forthcoming. Ethical Perspectives on Knowledge Translation in Rehabilitation. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.

Banja J. 2011. Medical Narcissism. In Colt H, Quadrelli S, Friedman L. The Picture of Health: Medical Ethics and the Movies. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, pp. 103-108

Banja J. 2011. Virtue essentialism and prototypes: A reply to my critics. AJOB Neuroscience. 2(2):W5-W6.

Banja J. 2011. Stigmatization, empathy, and the ego depletion hypothesis. Pain Medicine. 12(11):1579-1580.

Banja J. 2011. Stroke rehabilitation and the phenomenological reconstitution of the self. Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation. 18(1):24-29.

Banja J. 2011. Virtue essentialism, prototypes, and the moral conservative opposition to enhancement technologies: A neuroethical critique. AJOB Neuroscience. 2(2):31-38.

Banja J. 2010. When moral arguments become intractable. Pain Medicine. 11(3):439-440.

Banja J. 2010. Intentions, deception, and motivated reasoning. AJOB Neuroscience. 1(1):65-66.

Banja J. 2010. Neurotechnologies, the state, and the role of epistemic constraints. AJOB Neuroscience. 1(2):1-3.

Banja J. 2010. “Don’t mess with Mother Nature”: Evaluating the moral opposition to cognitive enhancement. CyberTherapy & Rehabilitation, 2010, Issue 2: 36-37.

Banja J. 2010. The normalization of deviance in healthcare delivery. Business Horizons. 53:139-148.

Greenfield B, Banja J. 2009. “The role of ethical theory in ethical education for physical therapist students.” Journal of Physical Therapy Education. 23(2):24028.

Dunlop B, Banja J. 2009. “A renewed defense of placebo-controlled trials of new treatments for major depression and anxiety disorders.” Journal of Medical Ethics. 35:384-389.

Banja J. 2009. Overriding the Jehovah’s Witness Patient’s refusal of blood: a reply to Cahana, Weibel, and Hurst. Pain Medicine. 10(5):878-882.

Banja J, Kilburn B. 2008. “Can health insurance plans be compassionate toward persons with spinal cord injury?” Topics in Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation. 13(3):82-94.

Banja J. 2008. “Toward a more empathic relationship in pain medicine.” Pain Medicine. 9(8):1125-29.

Banja J. 2008. “Problematic medical errors: Implications for disclosure.” HEC Forum. 20(3):201-213.

Banja J. 2007. “Personhood: Elusive but not illusory.” The American Journal of Bioethics. 7(1):60-62.

Banja J, Eig J, Williams M. 2007. “Discharge dilemmas as system failures.” The American Journal of Bioethics. 7(3):29-31.

Banja J. 2006. “Empathy in the Physician’s Pain Practice: Benefits, Barriers and Recommendations.” Pain Medicine. 7(3):265-280.

Banja J. 2005. Reflections on the ethical dimensions of outcomes research. Rehabilitation Psychology. 50(1):79-86.

Banja J. 2005. Does medical error disclosure violate the medical malpractice insurance cooperation clause? In Henriksen K, Battles JB, Marks E, and Lewin DI. Advances in Patient Safety: From Research to Implementation. Rockville, MD: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality and Department of Defense—Health Affairs, pp. 371-381. AHRQ Publication No. 05-0021-3.