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Research Involving Participants with Cognitive Disability and Differences

Predicting Future Diagnosis from Brain Data Alone

Neuroethics, the Predictive Brain, and Hallucinating Neural Networks

How you’ll grow up, and how you’ll grow old

Join us for the Emory Graduate Student Neuroethics Symposium on April 28th, 2017

The ethical duty to know: Facilitated communication for autism as a tragic case example

Disease or Diversity: Learning from Autism

Ethics, Genetics, and Autism: A Conversation with Dr. Joseph Cubells

Autism and looking preferences: The ethics of pre-symptomatic detection

“Faith, Values and Autism” A Symposium Held by the Marcus Autism Center and the Atlanta Autism Consortium

Neuroethics Journal Club: How early can signs of autism be detected in infants?

Autism and Well-Being

200th Post! Why is Neurodiversity Useful?

2013 Neuroethics Scholar, Jen Sarrett: Autism and the Communication of ‘Risk’

Intelligence Testing: Accurate or Extremely Biased?

Report from the Society for Disability Studies: Bringing Ethics, Bioethics, and Disability Studies Together

Robots: the Answer for Treating Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder?

The Violence of Assumed Violence: A Reflection on Reports of Adam Lanza’s Possible Autism

Neurodiversity and Autism: Where do We Draw the Line?

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







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