Showing posts from 2016

Is memory enhancement right around the corner?

Meet Tomorrow’s World: A Meeting on the Ethics of Emerging Technologies

“Inflammation might be causing depression”: Stigma of mental illness, reductionism, and (mis-)representations of science

“American Horror Story” in Real Life: Understanding Racialized Views of Mental Illness and Stigma

Debating the Replication Crisis – Why Neuroethics Needs to Pay Attention

The 2016 Kavli Futures Symposium: Ethical foundations of Novel Neurotechnologies: Identity, Agency and Normality

On the ethics of machine learning applications in clinical neuroscience

A Good Death: Towards Alternative Dementia Personhoods

Zombethics 2016: (in)visible disabilities and troubling normality

Racial Biases in Face Judgment- When You “Look” Criminal

Rethinking Irreversibility and Its Implications on Determining Death

Prescribing the Placebo Effect

The Predictive Power of Neuroimaging

Neuroimaging in Predicting and Detecting Neurodegenerative Diseases and Mental Disorders

The Stain of the Spotless Mind: Policy Recommendations for Memory Erasure

A Corner on the Neuromarket

Placebo as Therapy: Context, Ethics, and Recommendations

Digital Immortality of the Future – Or, Advancements in Brain Emulation Research

Embodied Cognition: What it means to “Throw like a Girl”

Neuroethics Network and DBS

Identity Crisis: The Unintended Consequence of Deep Brain Stimulation

Smarter Artificial Intelligence: A Not So Obvious Choice

Morality and Machines

The Age of Artificial Intelligence: Beneficial Advancement or Disastrous Uncertainty

Redefining the X and Y-Axes of Cognitive Enhancement

Cognitive Enhancement in the Movie Limitless Through a Lens of Structural Racism

Reflections on the Neuroethics Network Conference in Paris

Mental Alchemy

Should Getting High be a Possible Treatment for Depression?

Dopamine Stimulating Headphones and How They Can Change Our Definition of Being High

The Ethical Implications of Harvesting Human Organs from Pigs

A Battle of Nerves

The Ethics of Using Brain Stimulation to Enhance Learning in Children

Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation and Humanity

Would a Therapy for Down Syndrome Change Lives For Better or For Worse?

New Frontiers in Animal Research Neuroethics at the Center for Neuroscience and Society

The Physical, Social, and Societal Consequences of “Smart” Drugs

Preview the latest issue of AJOB Neuroscience!

Nobody Ever Believes This Story: Slam Poetry as a Palimpsestic Space for Mental Illness Identity

The plague at our doorstep: ethical issues presented by the Zika virus outbreak

Consumer Neurotechnology: New Products, More Regulatory Complexity

Submit your Abstract for the 2016 International Neuroethics Society Meeting in San Diego!

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