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Neuromarketing from Home? The Evolution and Ethics of Consumer Neuroscience Research

Neuroethics Education for Young Minds

Preventing a Lifetime of Trauma: Is it Ever Acceptable to Alter Memories in Children?

Neurofeedback for ADHD Treatment in Children

The Ethics of Using Brain Stimulation to Enhance Learning in Children

Responsibility: Revis(ion)ing brains via cognitive enhancement

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

“Believe the children”? Childhood memory, amnesia, and its implications for law

Beyond polemics: science and ethics of ADHD (critique by Yan Hong)

Beyond polemics: science and ethics of ADHD by Illna Singh (critique by Maylen Perez)

Stimulant Treatment of ADHD in Children

Diagnosed with a bad case of growing up poor?

Psychostimulants in preschoolers: Panacea or Pandora’s Box?

Emory Neuroethics on Facebook