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Brian A. Gladue

Director, Office for the Protection of Human Subjects

University of North Texas Health Science Center

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University of North Texas Health Science Center

3500 Camp Bowie Blvd

Fort Worth, Texas,76107

United States

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The UNT Health Science Center is a graduate university housed on a 33-acre campus located in Fort Worth's Cultural District. UNT Health, the clinical enterprise of the Health Science Center, sees patients from across Tarrant County, with physicians and health ... more.

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Director, Office for the Protection of Human Subjects

University of North Texas


Director, Office for the Protection of Human Subjects

Univeristy of North Texas Health Science Center and UNTHealth


Director, Office

Protection of Human Subjects - University of North Texas Health Science Center


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University of Cincinnati Medical Center


Research Facilitator

University of Cincinnati


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www.www.magiworld.org

- Brian Gladue, PhD - Executive Director, Office of Research Compliance - UNTHSC


www.primr.org

Three outstanding speakers were recruited: Brian Gladue, IRB director, University of North Texas Health Science Center At Fort Worth; Paula Radmacher, research manager, University of Louisville; and Greg Manship, IRB coordinator, University of Indianapolis.


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Brian A. Gladue, of the University of North Texas Health Science Center's Office for the Protection of Human Subjects, writes:
(Gladue also claims that "it is hugely ironic that social activists and social scientists/life historians would even argue that Bailey should have obtained IRB review for his book. (448) As Dreger notes in her response, two of Bailey's three main antagonists are not social scientists/life historians of any stripe. (507) Gladue has a better case against McCloskey, whom I doubt got IRB approval for her memoir--based in part on conversations with other people, and published by a university press.)


www.institutionalreviewblog.com

Brian A. Gladue, of the University of North Texas Health Science Center's Office for the Protection of Human Subjects, writes:(Gladue also claims that "it is hugely ironic that social activists and social scientists/life historians would even argue that Bailey should have obtained IRB review for his book.(448) As Dreger notes in her response, two of Bailey's three main antagonists are not social scientists/life historians of any stripe. (507) Gladue has a better case against McCloskey, whom I doubt got IRB approval for her memoir--based in part on conversations with other people, and published by a university press.)


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Even so, it only qualifies as a "medium-grade sex scandal," says Brian Gladue, a behavioral biologist at the University of North Texas Health Science Center who has studied sexual behavior."What's his excuse?"asks Gladue.Such risk-takers are likely more prone to do things others consider unsafe, says Gladue."It's not that they're brain-damaged and they can't evaluate the dangers; they just have a higher threshold for risk than most people. … [To them] it's not risky."Everyone finds a level of risk they're comfortable with, Gladue says.They'll hike but not climb.Or they'll climb Mount Rainier, but only in the summer.Or they'll climb Mount Rainier in all seasons, but not Mount Everest.Some people just keep "pushing the limits," Gladue says."Everybody knows somebody like that.You just don't want to be in a car with them, because they're not managing risk as well as you'd like them to be."There's plenty of research indicating that such sensation-seeking personalities are more likely to engage in risky sexual behavior as well, Gladue says.


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