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

Removing Racist Cops: From Implicit Bias Training to Hiring the “Unbiased Brain”

Towards True Equity in Neurotechnology

Is Netflix’s Black Mirror Becoming a Reality?

Consumer Neuroscience vs. Skepticism: An Inside Look at the Challenges of a Novel Field

Is Brain Dead Really Dead?

“Lifelogging” and neurophysiological computing: Will we forget how to forget?

Frontiers in Neuroscience, January 27th, 2011: Emory’s Dr. Elaine Walker on “Neurodevelopmental Mechanisms in the Emergence of Psychosis”

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