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Trust in the Privacy Concerns of Brain Recordings

Too Far or Not Far Enough: The Ethics and Future of Neuroscience and Law

Your Brain on Movies: Implications for National Security

Burden of proof: does neuroscience have the upper hand?

Can neuroscience discuss religion?

Brain Imaging in the Courtroom: The Quest for Legal Relevance

Brain Imaging and Neurofeedback: Has Fiction Become Reality?

A review of The Future of the Mind: The Scientific Quest to Understand Enhance, and Empower the Mind

Hello! Anybody in there?

Vegetative States

Ethics, Logic and Vegetative States on a First Date

Sex (in the) Machine

Neuroethics Symposium: The Truth About Lies on May 25, 2012

Project Guerrilla Science: Neurobiological Origins of Zombies!

1 hot brain pic > 1k words?







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