Papers from Coronado Conference III

Papers from the third Coronado Conference, "Truth and Advocacy: The Quality and Nature of Litigation and Regulatory Science," March 2006. Several were published as a mini-monograph in the January 2008 issue of Environmental Health Perspectives.

Bailar JC. How to distort the scientific record without actually lying: truth, and the arts of science. European Journal of Oncology. 2006; 11:217-224.

Boden LI, Ozonoff D. 2007. Litigation-Generated Science: Why Should we Care? Environ Health Perspect: doi:10.1289/ehp.9987. [Online 7 November 2007]

Freudenburg WR. 2007. Rethinking the Threats to Scientific Balance in Contexts of Litigation and Regulation. Environ Health Perspect: doi:10.1289/ehp.9988. [Online 7 November 2007]

Haack S. What’s Wrong with Litigation-Driven Science? An Essay in Legal Epistemology.

Henry CJ, Conrad Jr. JW. 2007. Scientific and Legal Perspectives on Science Generated for Regulatory Activities. Environ Health Perspect: doi:10.1289/ehp.9978. [Online 7 November 2007]

Jasanoff S. 2007. Representation and Re-Presentation in Litigation Science. Environ Health Perspect: doi:10.1289/ehp.9976. [Online 7 November 2007]

Melnick RL, Thayer KA, Bucher J. 2007. Conflicting Views on Chemical Carcinogenesis Arising from the Design and Evaluation of Rodent Carcinogenicity Studies.  Environ Health Perspect: doi:10.1289/ehp.9989. [Online 7 November 2007]