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Capturing Initial Understanding and Impressions of Surgical Therapy for Parkinson’s Disease

aDBS Device Control: Promoting Autonomy and Ensuring Patient Safety

Patient Perspectives on DBS and Personality

Using Qualitative Methods in a Neuroethics R01 Grant to Investigate Patient Perspectives on Closed-Loop Neurostimulation

The neuroethical importance of reasons bypassing

The Ethical Importance of Trust for a Patient’s Sense of Autonomy

Me, Myself, and my Social Constructs

International Neuroethics Society Annual Meeting Summary: Ethics of Neuroscience and Neurotechnology

Hot Off the Presses: The Neuroethics Blog Reader and Issue 8.4

Revising the Ethical Framework for Deep Brain Stimulation for Treatment-Resistant Depression

The Neuroethics Blog Series on Black Mirror: Virtual Reality

M[Emory] Enhancement and its Implications

Neuroethics Network and DBS

Identity Crisis: The Unintended Consequence of Deep Brain Stimulation

When it comes to issues of identity and authenticity in DBS, let patients have a voice

Widening the use of deep brain stimulation: Ethical considerations in research on DBS to treat Anorexia Nervosa

Ethical Issues in Neurosurgery: A Special Issue of Virtual Mentor

Media and social stigma can influence the patient adaptation to neurotechnologies and DBS

Emory Neuroethics on Facebook