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Social Media as a Neuroprosthetic for Mind and Emotion

Who is to Blame for Addiction?

Is the concept of “will” useful in explaining addictive behaviour?

Why Addiction Narratives Matter

Is Neuromarketing Influencing Pathological Shopping Behavior?

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

The Neuroethics Blog Reader hot off the presses!

New neuro models for the interdisciplinary pursuit of understanding addiction

Can Sugar be Addicting?

Drug and Alcohol Abuse Among Physicians: How Concerned Should We Be?

Neuroscience and Philosophy of Mind: The Relevance for Neuroethics

Neuroethics Journal Club: Hooked on Vaccines

My Brain Made Me Do It

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

Drug Addiction and Sex Addiction: Are they “real” (brain) diseases?

Save the date! Neuroscience and Ethics Award on April 9th goes to Dr. Steven Hyman

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