Showing posts from 2019

Outsider Art: Madness, Marginalization, and Exploitation

Using DNA Tests to Predict IQ: How Personal Genomics May Influence the Way We Think about Intelligence

“Revealing the Soul”: Psychedelics and the Future of Mental Health Care

Neurofeedback for ADHD Treatment in Children

Neuroethics and Social Justice

Best of The Neuroethics Blog: Experimental Neuroethics

Toward a Less Anthropocentric Neuroethics

When would a robot have free will?

Respecting Decisions You Wouldn’t Make

Stories and Stigma: Why So Many Mental Illnesses Remain Hidden

The Struggle for Consciousness and the Dawn of a New Alliance Between Ethics and Science

White Coats + AI: The Modern Human + Machine Recipe

First Special Neuroethics Issue Featured a Part of High-Impact Neuroscience

Why is Congress Afraid of Consciousness?

Who is to Blame for Addiction?

How Social Media Can Revolutionize Mental Health: Recap of December’s The Future Now: NEEDs

Locked-in syndrome and communicating with brain-computer interfaces: recap of November’s The Future Now: NEEDs

Technological Solutions to Communication Failures in Science and Ethics

The neuroethical importance of reasons bypassing

The Ethical Importance of Trust for a Patient’s Sense of Autonomy

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