DAVID KRECH, PH.D.
Ladies and gentlemen, prepare for a change of pace. I am not so much troubled by the mores of biomedical research and its individualistic ethics as I am by some strangely complex problems of social policy that the positive, successful results of such research may soon raise, problems for which none of us are prepared.
Like all properly housebroken scientists, I can be boldly speculative in private but cautiously careful and tiresome in public. Today, however, I shall forget my scientific manners and make unseemly public leaps from animal studies to scientifically unwarranted conclusions about people. I do this because
KRECH D. Psychochemical Manipulation and Social Policy. Ann Intern Med. 1967;67:19–24. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-67-3-19
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