Showing posts from 2012

Two Internship Openings with Emory’s Neuroethics Program for Spring 2013!

Who’s responsible for ‘free will?’ Reminding you that all ideas were once new

Uncovering the Neurocognitive Systems for ‘Help This Child’

Neurodiversity and Autism: Where do We Draw the Line?

The Future of Intelligence Testing

Staring into the Zombie Abyss

Doing Neuroscience, Doing Feminism: Interview with Dr. Sari van Anders

Zombie Philosophy: Is It Coming For Your Brain?

Exquisite Corpse: Why a Frighteningly Multifaceted Imaginary Creature can Help Tie Neuroscience to Society

Teaching Intersex, Teaching Interdisciplinarity: Interview with Sara Freeman

Who is to blame when no one is to be praised?

Zombies and Zombethics! Symposium

The Military and Dual Use Neuroscience, Part II

Neurolaw: Brains in the Courtroom

The Army’s on Ecstasy: Marching toward an ethical drug policy

Intrepid Grrrl Reporter: A Dispatch from the NeuroGenderings II Conference

Why use Brain Cells in Art?

Who is redefining free will? A Response to Jerry Coyne

Return of the Pedophilic Brain Tumor: Acquired versus Innate Pedophilia

Brain-Boosting or Pulp Fiction?

Snakes On a Brain, or, Why Care About Comparative Neuroanatomy (Vol.1)

Response to “Society Does Not Make Gender” by Dr. Larry Young and Brian Alexander

Experimental Ethics: An Even Greater Challenge to the Doctrine of Double Effect

Welcome Our Newest Neuroethics Scholar!

Finding and Naming (Symptom) Constellations

The Military and Dual Use Neuroscience

Comment on: Placebo for Psychogenic Illnesses: Why “It’s all in my head” does and doesn’t matter

Brain Connectomes: Your ticket to the future

A Case Study in Misunderstanding

My Brain Made Me Do It

The Role of Emotions in the Development of Morality

Neurosexism and Single-Sex Education (or support your local ACLU)

Kathinka Evers: On ‘Responsible Neuroethics’ and Neuro-rubbish

What’s in a Name?: DSM Criteria and Addiction

Spotlight on Ethics: Neuroethics–How Neuroscience Challenges our Values

Let’s talk about “Precrime”

The Man Who Voled the World

Call for “Late Breaking” Abstracts

Why Do Voles Fall in Love? Interview with Feminist Science Studies Scholar Angela Willey

The [insert adjective] Brain: Implications for Neuroscience in Popular Media

Who Owns My Thoughts?

More or less human: How can a dog brain imaging study and companion animal neuroscience explain my human-ness?

The Brain Does That? So What?

Animal Models and the Future of Psychiatric Research

Now Available! Videos of The Truth About LIes: Neuroscience, Law, and Ethics of Lie Detection Technologies Symposium

Likin’ Laken, if he ain’t fakin’

Gay Brains, Gay Gene, Gay Rights: The Double-Edged Sword of Essentialism

Sex (in the) Machine

Emory Neuroethics on Facebook