Good Ethics and Bad Choices
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Chapter One: Decision Psychology and Medical Decision Making--How Patients Decide
Chapter Two: Bad Decisions?: What Behavioral Economics Means for Patient Autonomy, Decision Quality, and Well-being
Chapter Three: The Ethics of Using Nudging and Choice Architecture to Improve Decision-Making: Four Arguments for Nudging
Chapter Four: Are All Nudges Ethically Equal?
Chapter Five: Nudging in the Weeds: Case Studies of Nudging in the Clinic
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Jennifer S. Blumenthal-Barby is Cullen Professor of Medical Ethics and Associate Director of the Center for Medical Ethics and Health Policy at Baylor College of Medicine.

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