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The freedom to become an addict: The ethical implications of addiction vaccines

Combating neurohype

Getting aHead: ethical issues facing human head transplants

Don’t miss our Special Issue of AJOB Neuroscience: The Social Brain

Widening the use of deep brain stimulation: Ethical considerations in research on DBS to treat Anorexia Nervosa

Do you have a mouse brain? The ethical imperative to use non-human primates in neuroscience research

Why defining death leaves me cold

Shrewder speculation: the challenge of doing anticipatory ethics well

Is football safe for brains?

Technologies of the extended mind: Implications for privacy of thought

The Neuroethics Blog Reader hot off the presses!

Your Brain on Movies: Implications for National Security

Overexposed: The role of environmental toxicants on your brain

Unintentional discrimination in clinical research: Why the small decisions matter

Ethics and suicide: Are we paying attention to the important issues?

Is trauma in our genes? Ethical implications of epigenetic findings

Brain devices: Navigating collaborations between industry, government, and researchers

Self/less and transplanting (ID)entities

Why I teach with an English professor

Why I teach with a neurologist

Meeting ethological needs: Conflicting data on orca longevity in captivity

Liberating brains from bodies by capturing them with brainets?

Bring back the asylum: A critical analysis of the call for a “return to ‘modern’ institutionalization methods”

The power of a name: Controversies and changes in defining mental illness

Charles Bonnet Syndrome, Musical Ears, and Normal Hallucinations

New neuro models for the interdisciplinary pursuit of understanding addiction

Selfhood and ethics: Who am I and why does it matter?

Changing the Way We Think

The Ambiguity of “Neurotheology” and its Developing Purpose

23andMe: The Ethics of Genetic Testing for Neurodegenerative Diseases

Disease or Diversity: Learning from Autism

Forget the Map; Trust Your Brain: The Role Neuroscience Plays in Free Will

Is Multilingualism a Form of Cognitive Enhancement?

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